The School of Inner Health is honored and excited to host Emily Martin as Guest Instructor teaching a course she has developed from her years of education and experience with babies, families and craniosacral therapy.
About the Course –
The Working with Babies in the Cranial Field course is designed as an embodied experience for established Craniosacral Therapists who are looking to build foundational skills specific to babies. Our intention will be to deepen our knowledge, expand our hands-on skills and become confident navigating the multifaceted family field.
In this course students will:
- Explore why this work is so in-demand right now
- Gain hands-on treatment skills specific to babies
- Become familiar with the anatomical structures relevant to working with babies
- Experience birth echoes in their own body
- Hone their communication skills with parents, caregivers and other involved professionals
- Gain foundational skills for working with babies
By experiencing the patterns of gestation and birth in ourselves, we can be more present and understanding when they arise in our work. We will use felt sense experiences to learn the specialized anatomy of infants, exploring the birth experience and navigating the vulnerability of transitioning to life outside the womb.
For babies and their families who are navigating these milestones, being met with embodied understanding and knowledgeable hands can have far reaching impacts for feeding, bonding and development. In this class we will discuss what these impacts look like and expand the knowledge we need to be really effective working with these experiences.
Craniosacral Therapy for babies and children is becoming more well known, in-demand and recommend by main-stream medical providers. Currently, the need is outpacing the number of experienced, knowledgeable practitioners. This course is an introduction to this rich and rewarding field with hands-on skills you can immediately apply to your practice.
* Upon enrollment, students are asked to provide a copy of their diploma/certificate in craniosacral therapy.
Emily Martin has been in private practice in Colorado Springs, Colorado since 2004. Beginning her career as a massage therapist and birth doula, she completed her Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy studies in 2014, where her heart for supporting birthing families and infants has continued to grow. She currently offers Craniosacral Therapy to people of all ages and teaches a Tummy Time! Method class for babies and their parents.
Since continuing her studies across multiple modalities, she has witnessed the impact CST can have for improved birth, recovery and breastfeeding outcomes. Her combined education includes training with John Chitty and Mia Kalef, trauma resolution modalities with Diane Poole Heller. Emily is well resourced by her experience as a Biodynamic Craniosacral practitioner, childbirth educator and breastfeeding counselor. She is excited to see the culmination of her knowledge come together and is honored to offer this course on Working with Babies in the Cranial Field.