Oxytocin is often referred to as the love and bonding hormone. Important in birth, breastfeeding, attachment, bonding and our relationships throughout life, oxytocin also supports many aspects of our health and well-being.
This workshop is inspired by recent research indicating that stimulating the Vagus nerve can profoundly affect our health, and enhance our recovery from stress and trauma. Methods of stimulation include activities used in Continuum Movement, including deep, diaphragmatic breathing and vocalized sounding. Continuum, founded by Emilie Conrad, incorporates a range of subtle intrinsic movements, subtle awareness and a variety of breaths and sounds to return to our natural fluidity, and dissolve old patterns in our tissues and nervous systems.
Cherionna Menzam-Sills Ph.D, O.T.R., R.C.S.T. is an authorised Continuum Teacher. She incorporates over 35 years experience teaching and practicing various therapies and bodywork. She teaches Continuum and Craniosacral Biodynamics across North America and Europe, often with her husband, Franklyn Sills. She lives in Devon where she has a private practice including Continuum, Craniosacral Biodynamics and Prenatal and Birth Therapy.
Jane Okondo M.A., R.S.M.T., R.C.S.T. has a private practice in Continuum Wellsprings, Somatic Movement and Craniosacral Therapy. She is an authorised Continuum Movement teacher and runs regular workshops in the UK.
Skylight Centre, 49 Corsica Street, London N5 1JT.
Nearest station: Highbury and Isington (Victoria Line and Mainline).
Class times from 9.30am-6pm on the first day, and 9.30am to 5.00pm on the last day.
£220 if the payment is received before 10th March 2017, or £240 if received after this date. All fees are non-refundable. Please make cheques payable to CTET and send to the address below, or contact our administrator for bank details to make a transfer.
Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust,
78 York Street,
London W1H 1DP,