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Upcoming Events 2015 – Mike Harrison – Craniosacral Therapy for Horses

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Due to personal circumstances for Mike this summers course dates have had to be postponed.  I have left the course content up as we fully intend to secure some future dates, hopefully this Autumn.

Cranio Sacral Therapy is a popular theme this year.  I have Mike Harrison principal of the Anglian School of Craniosacral Therapy holding several workshops at Brook Farm this summer and possibly further dates in the Autumn.  There will be two three day workshops for his experienced craniosacral Therapist and students of his courses plus a three or four day horse owners and other Therapists course.

Students will be working on each other first and learning to just feel and be present.  We will be using the village hall for the lecture and human experience and time at the farm here will be establishing a heart connection with the horses and allowing them to guide us as to what they need from us.  Mike likes to work with the horses loose with at least two horses present together as often they will present themselves to the person and then go to their companion and begin grooming the area that needed the help!

Provwp558fea42_05_06isional dates as follows:

Three Day for Craniosacral Therapists/Students:  Dates Pending.

Price: £325

Three or four day Horse Owners and Practitioners of Other Therapies Beginners Clinic – Dates pending

Cost £325 three day or £425 four day. ( To be decided )

*Dates may be subject to change and are dependent on sufficient numbers booking.

Bookings for these courses can be made direct to Mike Harrison but initial enquiries can be made to me also.

Contact Mike on:

01263 825149 or mobile 07795 434992               e mai:l

More info about Craniosacral Therapy from Mikes site:

Cranio Sacral therapy – What is it?

Craniosacral therapy is a subtle and profound form of healing which assists the body’s natural capacity for self-repair. The principle is one of ‘listening’ through the practitioner’s hands, and being led by the body to a respond appropriately.

What are the benefits of craniosacral therapy?

Craniosacral Therapy has a very high success rate. Most practitioners find that around 85% of clients are happy with the results of the work. Benefits can come in a variety of ways:

Increased sense of relaxation
Improvement of the symptoms you came to see the practitioner about. Quite simply, you get better
Improvement of other symptoms. For example, someone coming for treatment for a bad back can find that, as well as their back pain easing, the migraines they have had for years have got better too
Change in behaviour patterns, leading to an improvement in relationships with friends, family, colleagues, etc
Greater capacity to manage life in general
Better management of specific disease symptoms
Reduced stress
Improvement of psychological issues
Reduction of effects of past trauma
Improved sense of well-being

About Mike

The Anglian School of Craniosacral Therapy
Principal: Mike Harrison BSc (Hons) RCST DipISRM

Mike is a graduate of the College of Craniosacral Therapy in London. He taught at the College for some years, but now runs his own school offering courses in craniosacral therapy, anatomy & physiology.


“My thinking about horses comes from Mark Rashid: ‘When we listen to our horses, we get an education. When we don’t, we get experience.’ (My underlining). This follows naturally from the practice of craniosacral therapy, where listening is ­the­ key skill.”