An amazing resource for practitioners or the curious:
"What is craniosacral work and why is it the place where mental health and physical harmony meet?"
A fascinating podcast about embodiment and the connections between how we relate to the body and the natural world:
The Breath of Life: An Introduction to Craniosacral Biodynamics by Cherionna Menzam-Sills
Cranial Intelligence: A Practical Guide to Craniosacral Therapy by Steve Haines
The Routledge Companion to Dance Studies (1st Edition), edited by Helen Thomas and Stacey Prickett.
I'm delighted to share that I have recently co-authored a chapter with Dr. Naomi Lefebvre Sell and Lucille Teppa in the new Routledge Companion to Dance Studies, entitled Moving as a thought process: the practice of choreography and stillness.
You can buy the book here. It's also available on Amazon.
A few useful and interesting resources available online for further reading, listening and viewing.
The Craniosacral Therapy Association has a comprehensive list of studies specific to particular conditions.
A collection of papers and studies about the efficacy of CST, compiled by Samantha Lotti, a craniosacral therapist in the U.S.A.
Biologist, Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, poses his fascinating theories on Morphogenetic Fields.
What Is Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy? by Steve Haines
Listening to the Living Process by Matthew Appleton