Craniosacral Therapy with Vangelis

19th – 23rd July 2023

Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle, non-invasive, hands-on approach, whose origins come from the practice of Osteopathy. The craniosacral rhythm is the internal manifestation of health and vitality of the human body and directly connected with the function of homeostasis (state of physiological balance). It also recognizes the interconnection between mind and body (psychosomatic)- traumatic life events can manifest either on a physical or an emotional level, a disease, dysfunction or poor healing.

By exploring its basic elements and biomechanics, we will find ways to release the tensions and work with the imbalances that obstruct these natural subtle motions. Craniosacral Therapy can facilitate, support and optimize the innate propensity of the body to balance, restore and heal itself.

Learn more about Craniosacral Rhythm, here.

During these 5 days, we will focus on the Craniosacral rhythm by learning the secrets of this magical force, which we will feel exist through palpation.

Our goal is to learn how to tune into the subtle motions that are taking place, thus providing the space and encouraging its natural expression on our mat/table, from the perspective of the biodynamic intervention.

The course is addressed to Thai massage and similar types of bodywork practitioners, as well as individuals who are interested in the Craniosacral rhythm.

Vangelis Varis

Vangelis Varis was born in Athens, Greece, and the last 21 years he lives in the island of Evia. He was introduced to the oriental arts through Tai Chi and Yoga, after that it was easy to flow with the beauty of Thai Yoga massage. 
At the Sunshine House he met his first, and very special teacher and mentor, (Krishna)Takis, who has been a strong influence since 2009. Many other amazing teachers came on his way and shaped his practice: David Lutt, Rosemary Wallach, Felicity Joy, Pau Castellsague, Itzhak Helman. Other techniques that have greatly influenced him are OsteoThai, Chi Nei Chang, Lomi-Lomi massage.

Since 2021, he is a graduate osteopath from a five years program at SICO (Swiss International College of Osteopathy), which has provided him with a unique touch in his treatments and has greatly influenced his teachings.

For bookings of treatments and/or seminars, you can contact him directly at [email protected]

06.30 Wake-up gong
07.00- 08.30 Meditation, then Movement/ Yoga
08.30- 10.00 Hearty Breakfast
10.00- 13.30 Morning practice
13.30- 16.00 Lunch break & Siesta
16.00- 19.00 Afternoon practice
19.00- 21.00 Dinner
21.00- 22.00 Evening chanting/ Dancing/ Sauna/ Free time
22.00 Mauna

For all inquiries related to this course please contact [email protected]

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