Class and Study Group Descriptions

Subtle Hands-On Skills with Carol Gray
Subtle Hands-On Skills: The osteopathic manual therapy assessment and treatment skills taught in this class form the foundation for my other classes. I have elected to teach these skills first, but they are not necessarily beginner skills. Some of these skills are taught at the more advanced levels in other Craniosacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation programs. Some of these skills I have developed myself and are exclusive to this class. Read More…

 

Carol Gray Demonstrates Infant Cranial Anatomy
CST For Infants:
The work I do with infants is efficient, powerful and lasting. I have seen amazing results. There are so many infants who would benefit from this therapy and so few people to treat them. I believe that if infants get early treatment they are more likely to realize their life’s potential and less likely to need ongoing care. Only a few craniosacral therapy training programs offer any infant treatment instruction. Read More…

 

DSC_0013CST for Infants – Advanced Clinical Skills: This class gives students the opportunity to observe more demonstration treatments, continue practice under my supervision and participate in a group case review process. That’s all we do in this class. I give four baby demonstration treatments and my students each treat four babies. As a group we review all of the treatments provided during the class (28 treatments in all). Read More…

 

CST For Pregnancy Birth & Postpartum
CST for Pregnancy Birth & Postpartum:
There is no question that expectant and new mothers benefit from Craniosacral Therapy. Yet, there are so few people to treat them. I have spent years developing the techniques I teach in this class. I am passionate about enhancing mobility in pregnant mothers’ bodies. This includes the bony pelvis, the abdominal organs, plus the support structures and lower segment of the uterus. Read More…

 

 

DSC_0031CST for Pregnancy Birth & Postpartum – Advanced Clinical Skills: This class gives students the opportunity to observe more demonstration treatments, continue practice under my supervision and participate in a group case review process. That’s all we do in this class. I give four mama demonstration treatments (two pregnancy and two postpartum) and my students each treat four mamas. As a group we review all of the treatments provided during the class (28 treatments in all). Read More…

 

Carol Gray Loves Skulls


CST – The Basics:
This class is the perfect next step after the three-day Subtle Hands-On Skills class. It’s a general Craniosacral Therapy class for people who want some tools for treating adults (not babies, not children, not pregnant and new mothers). The skills learned in this class may be combined with what you already know and do or may be used as an effective stand-alone healing practice. Read More…

 

Carol Gray Demonstrates the Sphenoid


CST – Beyond The Basics:
This is the next step after CST – The Basics. It’s a general Craniosacral Therapy class for people who want more advanced tools for treating adults (not babies, not children, not pregnant and new mothers). The focus of this class is to gain more technical skills and weave those skills seamlessly into the fabric of our intuition and intention. Read More…

 

Carol Gray With Cheri Gillham and Supporting Emotional Release StudentsSupporting Emotional Release: Emotions are NOT separate from the physical, spiritual or energetic. We all store our life experiences in our bodies. Because CST techniques are both gentle and powerful we can efficiently access the deepest places. We also carry the potential to unlock and resolve the trauma residue stored in the tissues. During a treatment clients may laugh, cry or remember something that previously was beyond conscious reach. This is the location of the deepest work and the moment of opportunity for the most profound change. Read More…

 

Carol Gray Hosts CST Study Groups in Portland


Study Groups:
Study groups are open to all of my former students. We meet for three hours on a Sunday to discuss and practice our work within the context of a particular theme. Participants must register in advance. Study groups have a minimum of four and a maximum of eight students. Read More…