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Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Volume Two discusses the meaning of biodynamic, and expands upon the concept and practice of biodynamic craniosacral therapy, which is viewed as an art form that psychologists and health care providers — especially those in the fields of manual therapy such as massage, chiropractic, or physical therapy — can easily use. For the first time in any book, Shea presents skills based on perceiving stillness as the fundamental healing influence for the mind and body. Slow movement is considered to be the movement of health, wholeness, and well being in the human body.
Shea also elaborates upon the unique influence of human embryology for healing. Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Volume Two presents many important new skills for those who work with infants and children at any level, including midwifes and pediatricians, and covers new information on infant brain development. For the first time in a book on manual therapy, Shea describes the analogy of the infant-mother relationship to the patient-therapist relationship.
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Volume Two is well suited for holistic health care providers as well as anyone interested in broadening their understanding of the world of noninvasive healing therapies. Together, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Volume One and Volume Two form a comprehensive reference that has been deemed the “Encyclopedia of Craniosacral Therapy.”