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CranioSacral Therapy Class Will Now Be Online

May 06, 2020 01:24PM ● By Daralyn Chase

Margaret Rosenau

Margaret Rosenau, director of the Denver-based School of Inner Health, will offer Intro to Biodynamic CranioSacral Therapy (CST) in June as a three-day online course, adapted from the five-day course that was originally to be offered in person in Tallahassee. “This course teaches skills that will allow healing-arts practitioners to integrate and use new knowledge immediately,” Rosenau says.

The online CST course is scheduled for June 24-27, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day, with a two-hour lunch and two half-hour breaks. The cost has been reduced to $350, but the course still offers 35 CEUs. 

This is one of several classes the School of Inner Health is now offering online in response to the COVID-19 crisis, with course formats modified and tuition reduced accordingly, Rosenau says. “We understand that many people are likely spending a lot of time online these days, so courses have frequent built-in breaks and a long lunch daily.” 

The school is also offering an online course for trauma professionals, Dynamics of Coherence: Amplifying Resilience in the Autonomic Nervous System, May 13 through 17, with similar hours and breaks. The reduced cost is $400.

“This course will support trauma professionals, especially at this time, to work with their own nervous system and those of their clients,” Rosenau says.  

To register, visit SchoolOfInnerHealth.org. For more information, call Margaret Rosenau at 303-999-9963 or [email protected] 

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