The Application of CranioSacral Therapy for Sensory Motor Health and Development: An Anthroposophical Perspective
publication date: Nov 1, 2016
by Aurore Sibley, CST-T, M.S. Ed
“Learning is experience. Everything else is just information.” Albert Einstein
Visualize a child that you know. What does their movement tell you about them? Do they move with ease? Are they able to come to stillness? Do they have mastery over their instrument? Or do they struggle to find themselves in space, to sit in a chair and write, to move with fluidity and ease?
Can they coordinate the movement of the right and left, upper and lower body when they skip or jump or run? Are they able to do two or even three things at once, such as count and clap in unison, or are some of these things particularly challenging for them?
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