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Frequently Asked Questions
The following pages will serve to provide you with information about the Cranial Release Technique® program. Please enjoy your visit.
What is the Cranial Release Technique®?
The Cranial Release Technique® incorporates a hands-on process that facilitates a release of long-standing fixation and strain within the cranial-dural system. In CRT we refer to this as Cranio-Dural Stress Syndrome. The release provided by CRT causes a relaxation of nervous system, fascial, and muscle tissue tension throughout the entire body, as well as a return to proper cerebrospinal fluid flow and dynamics. This is further accompanied by a reintegration of the brain hemispheres. This allows the brain and central nervous system, as well as the body's energy meridian system, to move to a higher, more organized level of function. A return to health and a restoration of balance in the mental, emotional, and physical aspects of life naturally follows.
How can Cranial Release Technique® change my practice?
For most practitioners, CRT provides the ability to help a much more diverse group of people seeking care. Cranial Release Technique® offers great help to individuals dealing with the stress of modern day life and its negative effects on health and overall quality of life. The Cranial Release Technique® Process affects portions of the nervous system and its function that simply are not accessible through spinal manipulation or soft tissue techniques. As a result, stress is relieved, better and more lasting corrections are achieved, and quality of life is enhanced. With CRT, you will be the specialized practitioner in your community who has something truly new and unique to offer.
What about the logistics of CRT? How will it affect my office procedures?
Cranial Release Technique® graduates come from a wide variety of backgrounds and choose to utilize CRT in a number of different ways. Many move to an exclusively CRT practice. Others simply incorporate CRT into their current program of care.
The beauty of CRT is that it can be used as a stand alone method of health care or incorporated into the program you currently use everyday. The procedures and practices that you use today will only be enhanced by CRT. Cranial Release Technique® Mastery Class graduates typically find that their cases respond and stabilize in far less time as a result of incorporating CRT into their program. This represents a positive benefit for the members of your practice in today's busy, lack of time, culture.
How long does CRT take? Is it difficult to perform physically?
Cranial Release Technique® takes only minutes to perform and requires no special diagnostic equipment or tables. CRT is gentle and very easily tolerated by patients and clients. It is also very easy on the practitioner. Your everyday physical demands in the office will be reduced considerably after incorporating CRT, leaving more time and energy for family and other interests.
How do I learn Cranial Release Technique®?
CRT Mastery Classes are 4 days in length. The seminars cover the principles underlying CRT, the science, and the hands-on Cranial Release Technique® Process as well. Seminars consist of 24 hours of actual instruction time. Class size is kept small with no less than 1 Certified Instructors/ 4 students in attendance at all times. This makes for a very low student/faculty ratio and very solid, intense, high quality instruction.
Cranial Release Technique®, Inc. prides itself on the excellence of our instruction. Lecture, Power Point and hands-on methods are utilized. All aspects of the hands-on CRT process have been broken down into teachable pieces, with psychomotor drills for each piece repeated for mastery. Class time is very efficiently utilized to promote an optimized learning experience.
At our training seminars, you will also be taught a simple, effective CRT protocol which will let you know when and when not to apply the CRT corrective procedure.
Who can attend the CRT Seminar Program?
The CRT Seminars are designed for licensed health care practitioners in the following disciplines:
What about follow-up support?
Following completion of the Cranial Release Technique® Mastery Class program, graduates are encouraged to attend our CRT Mastery Review. Weekend Mastery Review sessions are 7 hours in length and are designed for the graduate field practitioner to be critiqued and fine-tuned in the performance of the Cranial Release Technique® Process. New developments in CRT are discussed, questions are answered, and CRT fundamentals are reviewed. Attendees are evaluated and assisted in achieving high levels of skill in the application of Cranial Release Technique®.
Course graduates also have the ability to contact the Cranial Release Technique® Instructor Team by phone or e-mail with any questions they might have concerning the CRT procedure or care.
Where can I get more information on Cranial Release Technique®?
For more information on CRT, you may attend our "CRT Preview Seminar". These two hour seminars are held on weekends throughout the United States. The CRT Preview seminar is designed to give the practitioner a brief look into the history, science and principles of CRT, as well as a chance to experience the Cranial Release Technique® Process firsthand. A list of CRT Preview seminars available can be found be clicking on the "CRT Seminars" tab.
For more information on the schedule of CRT Mastery Classes or CRT Mastery Review sessions please click on the "CRT Seminars" tab.
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