Motives in the Cranial Field

February 4, 2018 | Cost: $ee below | Deposit: $0 | Spaces Left: 8

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A presentation at the Northwest Cranial Association.
Intended for practitioners of craniosacral therapy.

Sunday, February 4th from 4-6:30pm
@ East West College of the Healing Arts
525 NE Oregon St
Portland, OR 97213

$0 for NWCA members
$0 for first time attendees of an NWCA presentation
$15 otherwise

We will talk about the various types of motives operating during a treatment, the way they modify our understanding of cranial work, and how the client experience is affected. Treatment exchange will follow, to facilitate an opportunity for practitioners to explore relinquishing motives in an expectation-free environment.

As practitioners, our own fields connect with that of the client's during treatment. Our motives relative to preferred perceptions, client outcomes, personal beliefs and ego concerns alter how our fields relate to the client's fields and affect the range of the client's cranial field responses. How is our understanding of the cranial field's processes and potency developed when we interface without a motive?