Learn CranioSacral Therapy in Washington State

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This September, Etienne Peirsman of the Cranio Sacral School of the Masters, will be teaching the second course in his Cranio Sacral Therapy program, Unwinding Meridians Rhythms, in Lake Stevens, Washington. 

A follow-up to his Basics class, this course being held September 6 to 9, is a rare opportunity in Washington State, as Peirsman normally only teaches his advanced courses at Bastyr University, in Kenmore, Washington. 

Unwinding Meridians Rhythms explores deeper cranial rhythms and the neutral touch. Students learn the unwinding process of the head and neck and the extremities and how to use the meridians to open the heart and release the lungs. 

Peirsman has been teaching for 25 years and has schools in Belgium and the Netherlands. He also teaches in North America at Blue Desert Hale in Tijeras, New Mexico. A meditator for over 40 years, Peirsman has developed a unique teaching style that adds an extraordinarily compassionate and meditative depth to the methods used by the Upledger Institute and combines a practical, no-nonsense approach with the biodynamic style.  

Cost: $645, 32 CEUs. Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. all days. Location: Spectrum Center School of Massage, Lake Stevens, WA. Visit SpectrumSchool.com.  For more information and to register, call 505-503-5137 or visit CranioMasters.com. See ad, page 27.