Confessions of a Naturopath
Musings.   Thoughts.   Tastes.   Experiences.

Craniosacro...

Be Well Cranio image blog- smallMost days it goes something like this….. “Cranial-sa what?” or “I don’t know what you just did, but I think I might need to take a nap”...

... or “How exactly do I explain this treatment to my friend who wants to know what’s been helping my (fill in the blank with your condition or symptom) so much?”

To clarify, the term craniosacral or cranial-sacral-therapy came from John Upledger. I actually studied this kind of work through two different schools (neither one through the Upledger Institute), Cranial Osteopathy and Core Synchronism...

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Taking Notes From BasilWhen Basil was 6 weeks old she went for her first walk on a leash. The walk was really a series of a few steps followed by prolonged moments of sitting, as Basil was for the first time taking in the world.Every little sound, sight, smell and taste had to be explored. And when she was overwhelmed by one of her senses she would sit, be still, and watch...

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ConfidenceI’d like to share an experience this week that reminded me of the importance of carrying oneself with confidence.

Historically when I’ve interacted with ‘Arnold’ (name changed to protect identity), he has presented...

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Be well Family Nut SoupIt’s getting cold out. The weather says -4°F for tonight. And I’m craving soup. 
I had broccoli, cauliflower, and chicken in the refrigerator, so that’s the soup. A broccoli, cauliflower and chicken...

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Dr. LetellierI recently reread the Statement of Purpose I had written when I entered the transition between being a graduate student and being a doctor, and it reminded me of the power of writing down, in words, what our goals are, what our purpose is...

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