Often, clients ask what they can do between Craniosacral treatments to support continued progress. My recommendation is that they do their zones, to which they reply, "Do my what?".
In Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, the spaces within and outside of your body are called your "zones". Your central nervous system is constantly (subconsciously and consciously) processing information within these zones. When I provide Craniosacral treatments, I often verbally coach clients through one or multiple zones to bring awareness and foster the release of the restriction causing their discomfort.
Since no one seemed to remember these zones post-treatment, I started offering meditations at the office. In these meditations, we would *do*, or work through, our zones. More importantly, we discussed what they noticed during this process. I would also explain what was happening in their brain and body during each experience. This helped them see their progress and understand the foundations of the meditation on a subconscious level. One gentleman, who was not even a Craniosacral client, walked out saying, "That was the most helpful meditation experience I've ever had. I learned more in 20 minutes than hours I've spent with books and other classes." I forgot to catch his name, so if this was you - shoot me an email. :-)
Because these meditations seemed to be helpful for a lot of people, I wanted to make them more accessible. And here we are today. I designed a webinar program to bring you relief and support in various ways. This program is a tool for:
Practice between Craniosacral, massage, talk therapy or any healing treatment
Use when you are not able to receive a treatment
Those who have struggled with other meditation approaches
Beginner Craniosacral therapists who want to develop their skills to better treat clients (This webinar program is not pure Biodynamic Craniosacral, which doesn't mean much to most people, but it is an important distinction for practitioners. Other healing techniques and concepts that clients find helpful are also included.)