Michael Shea is back on the podcast … to talk about life during the pandemic and share some thoughts about spirituality, death, and distance healing.[continue reading…]
Welcome to The Craniosacral Podcast!
Do you love cranial work? If so, you’ve come to the right place! It is my goal to help you integrate craniosacral therapy into your professional life in an authentic and meaningful way.
This podcast ran continuously from 2015-2021, largely featuring interviews with prominent practitioners and teachers in the field. Also included are live classroom recordings and a few meditations. Much of the content elaborates on timeless principles, so jump right in and I hope you find it useful!
This episode is a live recording of Ryan Hallford leading a group through a simple Tonglen exercise, a meditative practice for transforming the suffering of oneself and others.
Charles Ridley takes us through a meditation on three potent areas of the midline … the head, the heart, and the gut.[continue reading…]
Brigit Viksnins takes us through an examination of shadow archetypes that may be limiting our success in business.[continue reading…]
A spontaneous talk and meditation about isolation, perception, and non-doing in the time of pandemic … recorded in the Australian bush.[continue reading…]
These meditations are live recordings of Etienne Peirsman in the classroom in March, 2020. He touches on the topics of safety, midline, and the fluctuating relationship between mind and body.[continue reading…]
Ged Sumner, founder of Body Intelligence Trainings and co-author of the book Cranial Intelligence: A Practical Guide to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy walks us through awareness of the cardiovascular system and bone marrow.[continue reading…]
In this meditation Hugh Milne takes us on a journey through the energy centers of the heart.[continue reading…]
Andy Pike connects us with our senses and then offers his interpretation of Rupert Spira's poem “I AM,” pointing us towards non-dual awareness of THIS.[continue reading…]
For today's meditation, Ryan Hallford leads us through a simple practice of settling into natural awareness and accepting the healing influence of primary respiration on the nervous system. This is a slow and spacious exploration of our sensory experience.