Cranial-Sacral Therapy DVD

Discover how cranial work can enhance your practice. This wonderful video will show you how to balance each of the cranial bones and sacrum using 22 varied techniques. Divided into 13 lessons, each lesson focuses on a different bone or aspect of cranial technique. The first three lessons cover the history, anatomy and technique fundamentals. The next 9 lessons cover a specific bone, its’ motion, common dysfunction, and detailed, clearly demonstrated techniques. The last lesson discusses advanced topics in cranial therapy. Stunning visuals add to the presentation making learning cranial-sacral therapy easy.


  • Length: 77 min.
  • Format: DVD all countries
  • 13 Lessons
  • 22 techniques
  • Great graphics

MASSAGE TODAY says “This video is expertly made. As I have come to expect with Real Bodywork’s videos, the production quality is superb. The pictures are sharp and clear, and the instruction by Mary Sullivan is understandable, without being overly verbose or concise. This video includes at least one technique every MT can incorporate into his or her practice – even those who don’t formally practice CST. The video is an excellent value for therapists who want to explore CST for the first time, and for those who want to periodically review the material.”

INSTRUCTOR: Mary Sullivan has over 25 years of bodywork experience. She is a Cranial Therapist, Polarity Practitioner, Licensed Acupuncturist & Massage Therapist. She has studied with Hugh Milne, Charles Ridley & Michael Shea, and has studied the works of Sutherland, Upledger, Becker, Sills, Jealous, Stone and others. She teaches classes in Polarity Therapy and Cranial-Sacral Therapy. She maintains a private practice in Santa Barbara, CA



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