Greetings and Happy 2018.
Wishing you all a prosperous and happy 2018.
Chapter Business – Elections
Nominations/Elections Chair Carla Van Arnam reports that one nomination was received for the open position of 1st Vice President from Laurie Taylor, LMT. With an unopposed candidate the election can be held at the meeting by acclamation. Thank you to Laurie for agreeing to participate in leading the chapter. Thank you to Elena Cabezas, Rocky Mansfield, Maggie Kampny, and Devon Wadsworth for agreeing to continue in their roles for the 2018-2019 term of service.
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Distinctions in Craniosacral Work
Mary Reis, LMT
Craniosacral work has evolved since Dr. William Garner Sutherland, the father of Osteopathy in the Cranial Field, died in 1954. Thanks to Dr. John Upledger making Craniosacral Therapy ™ available to non-osteopaths, three main approaches to the work are available for Massage Therapists to study. Most therapists don’t know the difference between the approaches, and this lecture will introduce each one: Biomechanical, Functional, and Biodynamic. 2 CE class.
About our speaker:
Since 1995, she has taught in the FSM Sports Massage and Connective Tissue Therapy modalities. She also offers elective courses to FSM students and teaches a CE workshop entitled, “An Introduction to Craniosacral Work”.
Practicing massage since 1993, her early career focused on Sports Massage, Orthopedic Testing, and Connective Tissue Therapy. Since 1999, she has primarily focused on various styles of Cranial Work. She studied and assisted in the Milne Institute Visionary Craniosacral Work Certification Program from 1999-2004, and the Dynamic Stillness School’s Biodynamic Cranial Touch training since 2011. Mary works closely with Giorgia Milne to organize the Florida Biodynamic Cranial Touch program, and Giorgia’s ancillary Cranial Anatomy, Embryology, and Fulcrums courses.