155 episodes

This podcast addresses the professional and personal concerns of the craniosacral therapist via interviews with teachers and practitioners of craniosacral therapy and related fields from across the globe.

The Craniosacral Podcast Ryan Hallford

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 74 Ratings

This podcast addresses the professional and personal concerns of the craniosacral therapist via interviews with teachers and practitioners of craniosacral therapy and related fields from across the globe.

    CST 155 - Steve Haines - Touch is Really Strange, Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises TRE®

    CST 155 - Steve Haines - Touch is Really Strange, Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises TRE®

    Steve Haines has played an important role in the worldwide expansion of biodynamic craniosacral therapy. His work as an author and Co-Director of Body Intelligence has helped create a whole new generation of practitioners. In this interview he talks about his new book "Touch is Really Strange," Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE,) and shares some thoughts on remote work and distance healing.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    CST 154 - Lori Hendrickson - Craniosacral and Related Approaches for Plagiocephaly

    CST 154 - Lori Hendrickson - Craniosacral and Related Approaches for Plagiocephaly

    Lori Hendrickson is a craniosacral therapist from the Minneapolis area. Since 2001 she has been helping babies with plagiocephaly, torticollis, acid reflux, inability to form a good latch wile breastfeeding, tongue, lip and buccal tie restrictions and a myriad of other pathologies. She offers online and in-person workshops that elaborate on the techniques she has developed.

    • 45 min
    CST 153 - Ian Wright - Osteopathy and Our Potential for Health

    CST 153 - Ian Wright - Osteopathy and Our Potential for Health

    Ian Wright is a practicing Osteopath and has been teaching Paediatrics and Cranial Osteopathy internationally for over 25 years. Ian’s experience in osteopathy and his love for health and wellbeing has led him to develop the Dynamics of Stillness methodology. Ian has taught Dynamics of Stillness courses for over 10 years to people from all walks of life.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    CST 152 - Mindy Totten - Optimizing Your Craniosacral Business ... with Intention!

    CST 152 - Mindy Totten - Optimizing Your Craniosacral Business ... with Intention!

    Mindy Totten is a craniosacral therapist with a passion for helping other bodyworkers build sustainable and life-affirming businesses. She studied craniosacral work with the Upledger Institute and currently maintains a private clinical practice. Additionally, she helps bodyworkers build full and thriving practices through a variety of group and individual training programs.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    CST 151 - Ellen Groesser - The European Craniosacral Association Network (ECSAN)

    CST 151 - Ellen Groesser - The European Craniosacral Association Network (ECSAN)

    Ellen Groesser holds a MSc degree in biology and has broad experience in both business and therapeutics. She eventually found a home in the field of Naturopathy and Craniosacral Therapy. Ellen teaches craniosacral work in Germany and other European countries like Ukraine, Russia, Switzerland, and Austria. Since 2015 she has organized the annual European Craniosacral Association Network (ECSAN) meetings in Europe.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    CST 150 - Liza Borodkin and Dawn Sofia - Sacred ReCreation

    CST 150 - Liza Borodkin and Dawn Sofia - Sacred ReCreation

    Liza Borodkin has studied craniosacral work with Franklyn Sills, Mike Boxhall, and other prominent figures in the field. As a world traveler, her practice has naturally evolved to a point where the majority of her therapeutic work is now done remotely. In this interview she talks about her history with craniosacral biodynamics and how she has adapted its principles for therapeutic interactions that do not involve physical touch.

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
74 Ratings

74 Ratings

EasilyDistracted777 ,

I love this podcast!!!

I have been listening to this podcast for close to 2 years now. When I first started listening, I was going to massage school 4 days a week with a 90 minute one-way commute. This was the perfect way to pass the time-an episode there and an episode on the way home. It’s like ear candy that my psyche craves. Each episode takes me on a journey into a deeper state. Thank you so much for providing this spectacular tool for therapists to connect with. 🙏

stillpoint equine ,

What a gift!

I am so grateful for Ryan and this podcast. The information he shares helps me continue my journey to learning more about biodynamic cst. I appreciate his open minded and humble approach as he interviews some amazing guests. Thank you Ryan for providing this incredible resource ❤️

Sarah 🌹 ,

Thank you for this amazing resource!

I love this podcast! I listen to it constantly and am so grateful for the quality of relationship in the interviews themselves, as well as the amazing variety of content. This is a rich resource for me as a psychologist, somatic experiencing practitioner, pre and Peri-natal practitioner, and future biodynamic Craniosacral student!

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