Encore: Is CranialSacral therapy right for you?
August 5, 2019
Hosted by Catherine Potter
It is hard to think holistically when our body, emotions and mind are not in sync. Most of us understand that our thoughts and emotions affect our body and overall health. However, we may not realize how everyday stress, injuries and emotional traumas can cause body tissues to tighten and distort the cranial system. Tune in and learn how the soft touch of CranialSacral therapy can help release the distortions and restrictions in the membranes and fluid that support the brain and spinal cord. Join Catherine and her guest Gerri Aiudi and you may find that increased energy levels, reduced pain and a relaxed, peaceful body-mind is just a touch away.
You, The Universe, The Holistic Mind
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What is a holistic mind? A holistic mind is inclusive, expansive, discerning, juicy, compassionate, clear, creative, open to discovery, is multisensory and has the ability to gently laugh at oneself. A holistic mind understands it is part of the universe and the natural laws that govern it.
Would you like to deepen your understanding of natural laws such as cause and effect, aka karma, relationships and the law of attraction, mirroring and shadow? What about integrated leadership, metaphysics and the mystical arts, essence and personality fusion, mindfulness and intuition for everyone?
Join Catherine and her guests as they delve into the interconnection of all things. Open your mind to new ideas or deepen and integrate ones that are fun to think or talk about but have not yet settled in your mind and body.
Catherine’s introduction in the early 80's to yoga, meditation and astrology rekindled a childhood fascination with all things mystical and a journey began. By weaving together Eastern and Western teachings, which included training in different branches of astrology, hypnotherapy, meditation and Vedic studies, she was able to find ways to bring ancient practices into daily living and begin the process of grounding the often externalized idea of spirituality.
She first began her career as a professional astrologer and later added hypnotherapy. Combining the two modalities allowed her to create a counseling technique which helps students and clients gain a better understanding of their archetypal blueprint as well as help release blocks that inhibit their full expression.
A passion for uncovering one’s authentic voice has Catherine continuing to explore sound therapy, publish articles and record. She is a co-founder, director and teacher at The Northern Star College of Mystical Studies.