Introduction to CranioSacral Therapy Workshop

Exploring Cranial Connections

with Gerri Aiudi and Kelly Watt

An open forum designed for therapists to explore CranioSacral work from a place of curiosity, examining how this work is an expression of our learning edge, both in and out of the treatment room, including exploration of our triumphs and challenges.

This forum will explore how CranioSacral Therapy makes connections with:

  • Our clients
  • Our personal lives
  • Our families
  • Our inner self

We will work in an intimate group so that all have the opportunity to explore, inquire and experience how CranioSacral is and can be integrated into our lives. Work will be done on clients and each participant will receive
2 - 1 hour sessions each.

Intention of the Forum

To work in a multi-hands setting in order to better learn to:

  • Read the client's needs
  • Stay in tune and present with tissue changes
  • Maintain our responses as an expression of and an answer to the change that the body offers
  • Hone specific CST skills

We Will Devote Ourselves To

  • Awareness, presence, grounding and neutrality
  • Honouring each other by having healthy boundaries
  • Respecting the client's process
  • Integrating and processing our own journey

  • Date:
  • Prerequisite:
    Any level of CranioSacral training, regardless of school, institute or level
  • Location:

Your Therapists

Gerri Aiudi has been working in the massage and CranioSacral fields for over 20 years. In 1993 she began her training with the Upledger Institute. She has studied extensively with the Institute and acts as a Teaching Assistant for them. She has also studied with a number of other osteopaths working in cranial manipulation.

Kelly Watt has been practicing CranioSacral therapy since 1998 and has used it as his primary modality since 2000. Kelly has had the privilege to study under Dr. John Upledger and his CST training includes Advanced 2, The Brains Speaks, Immune Response, Gastrointestinal, Endocrine, Heart, Respiratory, Pediatrics and BioAquatics. He is also an active Teaching Assistant for the Upledger Institute.