What is CFT?
Barriers to learning CFT. Why is it so hard?
Examine factors that make learning this approach more problematic than it should be
Four reasons to know the cranial rhythm
Moves body parts, tactile sensitivity, precise engagement, research tool
Short Right Leg
Clinical observation of a correlation between anatomically short right leg and Scoliosis Capitus, with Sphenoid bone displacement to the right.
Watch a short video testimonial and read about emotional responses to treatment with Craniofascial Therapy
CRI Measurement – a selected History
Confidence in CRI Measurement studies conducted by Michael F Zanakis undermined by his conviction for fraud
Twitches occur using Equal Resistance in cranial therapy
Using Indirect Technique to support and exaggerate body distortions can uncover mobility restrictions that discharge as neuromuscular twitches.
Frequently Asked Questions – Treatments
Read answers about treatments with Malcolm Hiort using craniosacral, remedial massage techniques, gentle joint release and elements of lomi lomi, shiatsu and Bowen.
A selected cranial therapy and anatomy bibliography, some with brief reviews, designed for students
Workshop venue, transport, payment, workshop aim
Comparison with Craniosacral, Biodynamic, SOT
How is Craniofascial distinct and how is it similar to other cranial therapies that exist in the consultation and training marketplace?
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