Welcome to the Body College Wiki: A Resource for Craniosacral Therapists
This site has lots of pictures of holds used in craniosacral therapy, together with some pages on anatomy and definitions of concepts.
The sidebar menu has pages dedicated to certain categories. The main category is 'Holds', but the categories 'Cranial Concepts' and 'Anatomy and Physiology' are also good overviews of content. 'All Pages listing' shows every page on the site, 'Categories listing' shows the different categories, sometimes called tags, used to group pages together or used for searching, 'All Images listing' shows all the images uploaded to the site.
For research related to craniosacral therapy check this link 'Research'
- wi·ki /ˈwikē/ Noun
- A web site developed collaboratively by a community of users, allowing any user to add and edit content.
This site is edited and maintained by Steve Haines. If you are interested in contributing to the the wiki contact Steve via email@example.com
The Body College Wiki is intended to be a resource for craniosacral therapists, primarily documenting and exploring technical aspects of craniosacral therapy.
The initial goal, starting July 2013, was to create a set of reference pages for hand holds and treatment approaches in craniosacral therapy. The wiki has proved to be a valued resource for generations of cranial students.
From June 2022 the name and domain changed from 'Body Intelligence Wiki' to 'Body College Wiki' to reflect the emergence of Body College from the Body Intelligence umbrella.
Page List by Main Categories
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If you would like to train in biodynamic craniosacral therapy please visit www.bodycollege.net
If you want to look at new ideas and associated concepts in cranial work please visit the blog on www.bodycollege.net/blog/
We hope you enjoy the site, please send suggestions for new pages and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is a list of missing pages that we are working to fill.
Consult the User's Guide for information on using the wiki software.