|Live at SFR Soul Haven |
CranioSacral In a Native American Way
with Nita M. Renfrew LMT CSB AADP &
Chief, Reggie Ceaser LMT, Medicine Man, Matinecock Tribe of Long Island, AMTA, AOBTA Certified Instructor
Sat. & Sun. Nov. 14th & 15th * 10 am - 6:00 pm
|Enhance your Energy and Bodywork practice by learning basic Integrative CranioSacral methods and Bodywork in a Native American Way.|
CranioSacral therapy, which originated in Native American bodywork, works to balance, release, and activate the body’s core CranioSacral system. It combines touch and manipulation with deep energy work to restore function and flow to the fascia and musculo-skeletal system, and reset the nervous system, to bring about healing, including of recent as well as longtime trauma and physical injuries, and chronic pain.
CranioSacral in a Native American Way combines beautifully with Energy
Healing such as Polarity and Reiki. In this two-day class you will learn how to look “with an Indian eye,” integrating smudging, calling in the directions and spirits, re-enspiriting areas of the body, and praying with song, drums, rattles, and feathers:
- Basic theory and anatomy of the CranioSacral system
- How CranioSacral development in the embryo relates to healing
- How to listen to the CranioSacral rhythm
- Fluid and long tide
-What a stillpoint is and how to induce one
- How to balance the cerebrospinal fluid
- Energy cysts
- Releasing the cranial bones
- Work with the heart’s SA Node
- Release the diaphragm
This class has excellent benefits for all Reiki, shamanic, therapist and energy workers.
Students should bring to class a rattle, a smudging feather, smudge sticks or sage, a rattle and a drum, if they have these articles.
Limited Space to the first paid 6 people who register
Due to the Covid19 restrictions, everyone attending will be asked to sign a waiver of health & Temperature check will be taken upon entering and mask must be worn.
To Register email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Location: SFR Soul Haven, 56 West 45th St. Suite 1702, NY, NY 10036
|About Nita M. Renfrew LMT CST AADP|
Nita M. Renfrew LMT AADP, is a an integrative body worker and shamanic healer, with many years experience working in medical settings. She is also a Reiki Master in five lineages, including Komyo Reiki, Gendai Reiki, and Grail Reiki/Great Bear Reiki, which she founded.
Nita was certified in Advanced Integrative CranioSacral Unwinding by Gary Strauss, Life Energy Institute. As a follower of the Red Road (American Indian spirituality), she has danced in Sun Dance and is a pipe carrier, and for many years studied Cherokee and Indigenous North American Bodywork with Lewis Mehl-Madrona, as well as creating a 14-month course featuring Lewis, where she was assistant instructor.
She is also an artist, writer, and editor of The Journal of Shamanic Practice. Nita lives in New York City, where she has a private healing practice as well as working as a massage therapist and energy healer in clinical settings, for humans as well as wild birds.
To Reach Nita contact her at email@example.com
|About: Chief, Reggie Ceaser LMT, Medicine Man, Matinecock Tribe of Long Island, AMTA, AOBTA Certified Instructor|
Chief, Reggie Ceaser LMT, Medicine Man, Matinecock Tribe of Long Island, AMTA, AOBTA Certified Instructor.
He is a Certified Instructor, taught Asian healing arts for thirty years at the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences (where he was best known as a Shiatsu Sensei), and was on the NY State Board of Education. He is a practitioner and instructor in many forms of Massage therapy, including Tui-na, Thai Massage, Shiatsu, Thai Herbal Medicine, Auricular and Foot Massage, He also practices Ear Candling and Aromatherapy. Reggie once spent a day learning CranioSacral Therapy (CST) with John Upledger himself, the original developer of CST.
He has had a private practice in Long Island City, Queens, for forty-five years.
For many years, also, he has studied Native American medicine and bodywork with native elders. Reggie was an assistant instructor in the 14-month course in Indigenous North American Bodywork featuring Lewis Mehl-Madrona.
To Reach Chief Reggie Ceaser contact him at http://www.senseireggie.com/