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Infant CST Level 4 - Las Vegas
(November 2023)

Feel confident in your technique so you can be the best practitioner in your community.

** Must be enrolled in or have taken Infant CST Levels 1, 2, and 3 to be eligible for this class.

So, you've been working with babies for a while,
and you still have questions.

This course will hold the answers.

Prerequisites for this course are Infant CST Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3.

Learn how to test reflexes in the face to dial in which nerves are impinged. 

Know how to really assess a dysfunctional suck so you know JUST how to improve it.

Hone your foundational skills and start using advanced level skills to become the expert in your field.

Know how to change the head shape to improve not only latch, but sleep, behavior and food pickiness as the baby grows into a child. 

Isn't this stuff addictive?!

Didn't I tell you that you'd want to learn more?

The first 3 courses were just the tip of the iceberg.

You're probably seeing the same things in your practice and hoping that someone has the answers to your questions.

I really hope the answers lie within this training.

Just check out the curriculum below to see if they might.

Who should enroll in this training?

You keep asking the same Q's

Why is this head still so flat? How do I lower a high palate? This tongue isn't tied, so why does it keep acting like it is? What is up with this baby that keeps coughing on letdown?

You keep seeing the same symptoms

Babies you see keep having the same symptom presentation, but everything you try keeps missing the mark. They are better for a while, and then they experience a snap back.

You've plateaued with results

Okay, why isn't that latch improving? You've seen them 5 times, and still only slight improvements. It has worked on other babies, why not this one? 

You're hungry for more

Now that you know so much, you realize there is still so much you don't know! I am with you. I just want to learn and learn.

Course Curriculum

Learn the intricate details of a baby so you can help them even more.

Anatomy of a baby

You have to know what you're touching to know how to help it. Direct application of techniques have been the best way for me to provide babies with real relief, fast.
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Advanced level techniques

You've been doing this a while, and know you can get better. These techniques will require you to think outside the box, and into a different dimension.

Reflex Testing

Learn which reflexes are involved in the suck-swallow-breathe pattern in a baby. Once you know this, you can test them to see which nerves are dysfunctional.

Cranial Nerve Dysfunction

Know which nerves do what specific function so you can look at a baby and know which cranial release would be best for the symptom they are presenting with.

Meaghan Beames, RMT, Instructor