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CranioSacral and Geriatric Training Course

If you’re a son or a daughter, layperson or caregiver/therapist working with the Geriatric population, you’ll want to read about this: Michael Morgan LMT, CST-D is an Upledger Institute Instructor and practioner of CranioSacral Therapy (CST) for over 20 years. For the past 5 years, his BodyEnergy Company has pioneered the application of CST to […]


CST & Alzheimer’s Research For the past several years BodyEnergy Company, in conjunction with a team of researchers at the University of Iowa and local CranioSacral practioners, has been pioneering a study to see how administrating the CranioSacral Stillpoint technique can perhaps slow and even reverse the devastating effects of both Dementia and Alzheimer’s. In […]

Sleeping Pill Exit Strategy

The term comes from a recent CNN piece on women and health. Here are some statistics: 80 million Americans suffer from some form of insomnia or sleeplessness. 60% of American women suffer from some form of sleeplessness, which would suggest this first 80 million figure might be a bit low. The CNN contributors seemed to […]


Advanced Workshops 3 Day Mini-Intensive Programs This is a therapy program where patients can receive deep intensive work over 3 days, for 2 hours every day. Participants receive the benefits of multihands therapy, which means that we have arranged for a group of therapists to work on them as a team, which accelerates results, creates […]

How to Stay Young Part 1

There are certainly a number of ways to look at the aging process, and after teaching a number of my new Geriatrics classes I wanted to pass along some thoughts about ‘how to stay young.’ To put a positive spin on things, there have been a number of resources I’ve come across over time that […]

Alzheimer’s, Dementia and CranioSacral Therapy Part 3

Prevention There is no known cure for Alzheimer’s or Dementia. By their own admission, Pharmaceutical companies admit their products can only mange the symptoms for some amount of time. However, the Craniosacral perspective does offer encouragement. As we mentioned in Part 1, there are two factors from a craniosacral perspective which we feel contribute to […]