Infant CST Level 1.1 - February 2023

Learn to treat birth trauma, reflux, torticollis, latch issues and more.

What you'll learn

How does birth cause latching issues, and how do we solve them? I'll show you

How does development in utero cause torticollis and how do we help a baby to correct it? Let me teach you.

Regulate a baby's nervous system so they can poop more often, and latch on without screaming.

Hands-on tools that you can use on any baby to find their specific route cause of a symptom. 

Dates and details 

Location: Virtual zoom class

Class Dates: Feb 10, 17, 24

Class Time: 10:00am to 1pm EST (Convert to your local time here)

What you'll need: A doll that is soft in the middle, and has a hard head (you won't need a partner to practice on. But you will be required to practice on babies throughout the month we are learning together.

Our community: Join grads of this class in our Facebook group to continue learning and asking questions of your peers. 

Direct access: Meaghan is active in the Facebook group and can help you when you're having trouble with a baby that you're working with.

Meaghan Beames, RMT, Instructor

Kaili Ets

OT, Reflux and
Sleep Specialist

This training was very comprehensive with theory and anatomy. I feel 100% confident in going out into the world and offering craniosacral therapy to babies! 

Select the payment plan that is right for you

  • ICST 1.1 Feb 2023 - Full
  •  

    $997 USD

     

    One-time Full Payment

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  • ICST 1.1 Feb 2023 - Plan
  • 3 payments of

    $340 USD

    per month

    3 Monthly Payments of USD $340

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the live classes are recorded. They will be posted inside the student portal for you to go back and review if you'd like to.

Yes, the live classes are mandatory. We understand that sometimes life happens and you need to miss a class, this is fine, but please inform us.

The live classes run for 3 hours.

No. You will only need a doll that has a soft body and a hard head.

The recordings will be up throughout the duration of the course, and until the remaining review period has ended. Which is usually 6 months.