In-Person Lab. Learn cranial releases to improve latch, digestion, head shape and more.
Craniosacral is the most effective way for you to help families struggling with their babies so they can finally relax and enjoy their newborn.
You really can make a living cuddling babies and changing lives.
** Must be enrolled in or have taken Infant CST Level 1 to be eligible for this class.
To move to the next level of training, you must complete the prerequisite.
Prerequisite to Level 2 and above.
Virtual - 8 Weeks
Option to bypass first 4 weeks for experienced CSTs
Prerequisite is Level 1
5 Day In person training in Toronto
Prerequisite is Level 2
Virtual - 4 weeks
Prerequisite is Level 3
4 Days In person training in Toronto
Learn which cranial bones overlap during gestation and birth, and how you can release them with CST.
Discover which cranial nerves are affected and which bones to release in order to restore function and improve latch.
Use techniques learned in Infant CST Level 1 and apply them to the cranium.
Have a list of treatment techniques you can use for reflux, poor latch, coughing or choking on letdown and more.
You know how to work with the body, and you're seeing improvements with the babies that you've treated, but you reeeally want to know how to change that head shape, or improve that latch with cranial releases.
Doula or Support Specialist
It's so nice to see these parents feeling relaxed, and seeing their babies be held with such a loving and knowing touch. But why are these babies still gassy? Still spitting up all the time? Still turning their head to one side?
Forceps, vacuum, OP, breech, HG, preeclampsia, precipitous births, long arduous births, significant decels. You've seen it all and that's hard. Craniosacral is a way of releasing this trauma from the infant cranium.
In this immersive week, you'll have the tools you need to treat latch issues and reflux caused by cranial misalignment.
2 hours of Self Study
Watch the pre-recorded videos before we meet in person.
5 days of Immersive hands on work
Meet amazing people in class who are on a similar journey as you, and learn how to release cranial bones, including inside the mouth, to produce amazing results for the babies who are having trouble with latching.
Be the expert in your field
With this training, you'll be able to treat many complex cases. Not only will you have the confidence to treat them, but you will be the go-to professional in your field.
Learn releases for the infant skull that will dramatically improve latch, reflux symptoms, plagiocephaly and so much more.
Infant Cranial Anatomy
This includes the bones, where they meet, which nerves pass through them, and the issues that present when there is impingement.
Reflux, Back to Sleep, torticollis, head molding and more play a significant role in the functioning of the body.
How to release cranial bones, and what the results will be once they have freedom of movement.
Make this career a reality
Get ideas on how to make sure you can have a successful start to your craniosacral therapy career when you go home.
Meaghan Beames, RMT, Instructor
No, you will not be certified. You will receive a certificate of completion for the amount of hours you've completed in class, but this does not make you certified in craniosacral.
This certificate will be enough for Canadians to be able to practice craniosacral, but if you are living and working in America then you will not be able to charge for craniosacral services if you do not have a license to touch. If you do have a license to touch, then you will be able to treat using craniosacral and charge for your services.
Please do make sure to read over your own state laws in regards to certification requirements.
We are currently working on a certification program which will likely be available by September 2023.
Yes, you must be at every class in order to receive your certificate of completion.
If you become sick in the middle of the 5 day course, you'll be required to finish the class at a later date.
Class days run from 9:30am to 5:30pm.
We have a 1 hour lunch break at 12:30 to 1:30.
Fridays end at around 3:30pm so folks can leave early to catch an evening flight.
In order to be prepared for this class, you'll need to know about infant cranial bone structures, how they form, and the effects of birth on the infant skull.
There are about 2 hours of videos to watch before the in person classes begin.
The majority of the in person trainings are held in Toronto, Ontario, at 192 Spadina Avenue, close to Queen St and Spadina Avenue intersection.
If you are interested in becoming a host for an in person training in the US or European country, please send us an email and we would be happy to send along our requirements of a host.
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