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Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy*

Franklyn Sills. A brief introduction and history from the leading practitioner and teacher of craniosacral biodynamics:

Michael Kern. An introduction to biodynamic craniosacral therapy:

Carol Agneessens.

Bhadrena Tschumi-Gemin.

FAQ from the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association:

* Curious about the word, biodynamic? Here is the text of a speech by Michael Shea, one of my teachers, on the subject:

Jin Shin Do / five-element acupressure

On the development of Jin Shin Do by Iona Marsaa Teeguarden, its creator:

A page of articles and reflections on the study and practice of Jin Shin Do:

The Five Elements

If you are curious about the Chinese medical philosophy called "Five Elements," or "Five Phases," here are essays by Neil Gumenick which may interest you. (*Please note that Gumenick is an acupuncturist [using needles]; I am an acupressurist [using finger pressure, no needles]; apart from that, the five-element theory guiding our ways of working is the same.)

Wood element:

Fire element:

Earth element:

Metal element:

Water element:

Flower Essences

Flower Essence Society research:

Flower Essence Society public information pages:

A history of flower essences:

Healing Herbs (England) research papers:


Acutonics home page: