Alani is pleased to be bringing renowned teacher Matthew Kirsch from the Milne Institute to the Byron Shire
Visionary Craniosacral Training
Visionary Craniosacral Work® is a soothing, noninvasive, hands-on therapy.
The craniosacral system includes the brain, the cerebrospinal fluid, the system of membranes inside the cranium, all 22 cranial bones, the spine and the sacrum.
What the Navajo call ‘the wind’s child,’ Genesis calls ‘the breath of life.’ It is a silent force, a field of chi, which blows through the craniosacral system, animates it, and infuses it with information and intelligence.
It is possible to listen to this field. The ability to do this is called ‘the heart of listening.’
A visionary knows how to touch a client with precise and gentle contacts that help the client feel more aligned, and more at home in themselves. Sometimes, by touching just the right place in just the right way, a visionary can help the client understand what troubles them, and what they need to reclaim their equanimity, and their place in life. Such work can also help the client access and release their healing potential.
The Milne Institute offers an avocational, in-depth training in the heart of listening, a visionary approach to craniosacral work. This may mean that students may not be eligible for certain kinds of CEU or vocational credit. What we offer is continuing education, not vocational education. Kindly check with your local licensing authority to be sure our training will give you the educational credit you need.
If you want to go deep, be deep.
For more information visit: https://milneinstitute.com/
Matthew is a licensed acupuncturist, licensed massage therapist, certified Milne Institute Visionary Craniosacral Practitioner and Instructor, and student of Visceral, Visceral-Vascular, Brain and Neuro-Meningeal work.
Matthew has been in solo practice for 14 years, using his clinical appreciation, intuitive perception, and client communication to help people heal from painful conditions and navigate challenging transitions.
Matthew has been voted Best Acupuncturists in Austin for the past 8 consecutive years.
In class, Matthew will build foundational knowledge, create safe space to apply hands on practice time, and walk students through the exchanges.