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FASCIAL UNWINDING
with Thomas Attlee

PART 1: The Arm and the Leg - Sun 31st March 2019 (£90/£100)
PART 2: The Neck and the Trunk - Sun 18th May 2019 (£90/£100)

Fascia is now recognised as having profound and widespread significance for many aspects of health, with numerous research programmes in many therapeutic fields. Its significance was first identified by Andrew Taylor Still (the founder of Osteopathy) in the mid 1800s, but it is only recently that his insights are finally becoming widely appreciated and the value of fascia more fully acknowledged.

“The soul of man seems to dwell in the fascia of the body” - Andrew Taylor Still

  • Fascia holds our physical structure together, maintaining tensegrity

  • It penetrates deep into the internal structure of cells, to the nucleus of the cell.

  • It provides an essential communication system throughout the body

  • It has a vast sensory nerve supply

  • It makes substantial and profound connections with the autonomic nervous system

  • It transmits forces, injuries and restrictions throughout the body

  • It retains memories of injury and trauma (tissue memory)

  • It carries emotional tensions

Woking with the fascia is an extremely valuable process with potentially profound repercussions – whether working with musculo-skeletal injuries, chronic pain and restriction, emotional tension, profound debilitating trauma, or overall integration of the body-mind.

These two seminars will be very practical and interactive days. They will be led by Thomas Attlee, principal of the College of Cranio-Sacral Therapy, presenting an approach to Fascial Unwinding that is not generally available elsewhere. Thomas’ unique way of working with Fascial Unwinding provides a profoundly effective means of interacting with the fascia, which can be transformative for many circumstances and an invaluable resource in day to day practice.

For those new to Fascial Unwinding these seminars provide an excellent means of understanding and experiencing this powerful and profound process.

For those already familiar with Fascial Unwinding, they provide valuable further insight, detailed attention to refining skills and deepening engagement, enabling increased confidence in working with fascia and its application within the cranio-sacral process.

I used to think that Fascial Unwinding was a superficial waste of time. Wow! What a difference!! One of my sessions was one of the most profound Cranio-Sacral sessions I have ever received

There was so much useful learning in the day. It has really transformed my understanding of Fascial Unwinding

Although I have practised Cranio-Sacral Therapy for many years, I had never encountered Fascial Unwinding before. This is a revelation!

I had heard that Fascial Unwinding was superficial and not very relevant. These two weekends certainly dispelled any such ideas. I am so pleased to have discovered this remarkable process.

I can’t wait to put all this into practice with my patients

I feel that I really understand Fascial Unwinding for the first time

I used to find Fascial Unwinding a real struggle, but now it’s suddenly become easy

I thought I was doing OK with Fascial Unwinding. Little did I realise how limited my skills were - until now! A completely new understanding!

I’ve always loved Fascial Unwinding but now I adore it

A really enjoyable and useful day

Booking and further information:

To book a place, please complete the online application form and send payment, or for further information please contact info@ccst.co.uk
or 020 7483 0120

Forthcoming Courses 2017

  • Saturday 1st April 2017

    Introductory Day

  • Saturday 4th April 2017

    Introductory Course (London)

  • July 2018

    One Year Professional Training (Diploma Course)

  • October 2017 - July 2019

    One Year Professional Training (Diploma Course)

  • October 2017 - May 2018

    Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology - Foundation Course 

Forthcoming Courses 2017

  • Saturday 1st April 2017

    Introductory Day

  • Saturday 4th April 2017

    Introductory Course (London)

  • July 2018

    One Year Professional Training (Diploma Course)

  • October 2017 - July 2019

    One Year Professional Training (Diploma Course)

  • October 2017 - May 2018

    Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology - Foundation Course