Dr. Alison Hazelbaker is teaching a class on how craniosacral therapy can be used to identify and overcome infant sucking and breastfeeding problems. She will focus on anatomy and physiology of infant suck, anatomy and physiology of milk making, problem identification, goals for CST, and torticollis, plagiocephaly, and brachycephaly, forceps and vacuum extractions, c sections, and other birth trauma. There will also be clinical practice on real babies.
Prerequisites: Class participants are required to have previous CST training that includes mouth and emotional work. If you trained with Upledger, you need to have completed SER1. If you have Milne training, you must have taken through the first level of mouthwork. If you are BioDynamics trained, you must be certified. If you have trained with Carol Gray, you must have taken either her mother or infant class.
June 22-26, 2015 in Portland, OR -
Mothers - Click here to sign up for a space at the class clinic. The babies need to be younger than 5 months.