The seed of a research congress about craniosacral therapy was planted at the end of 2018. Both Yohanam and Danny were convinced that the cranio community, as well as the general public, could benefit from a better scientific understanding of this therapy. After all, craniosacral therapy has not yet received the explicit research attention it deserves like other fields. We believe that establishing an interdisciplinary platform for researchers and healthcare practitioners from all over the world can make such a contribution to advance the practice and foundation of craniosacral therapy, to identify areas for future research, and to encourage international networking and cooperation.
All members of the organizing team bring their enthusiasm and passion for craniosacral therapy into this conference from a rich and diverse background, on a volunteering basis. As the congress is being shaped, more details will be added. Discussions with researchers, scientific journals, professional and academic organizations are ongoing.
If you are interested in supporting this congress in one way or the other, please contact us.
As we are shaping this congress, additional members will be added to this committee. If you are interested to contribute and to serve on this committee, please contact us.
Prof. dr. Nicola Robinson
PhD BSc (Hons)
She has been a professor of Traditional Chinese Medicine & Integrated Health at the London South Bank University since 2011. Nicola has written over 200 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals. She is the Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Integrative Medicine (Elsevier) as well as being on the editorial boards of other scientific journals.
Dr. Thomas Rasmussen
PhD MSc CST-D
He is a leading scientist in evidence-based research with a focus on the craniosacral system, publishing in well-known peer-reviewed scientific journals. Thomas owns a private clinical practice (Clinic for Manuel Medicine) and is an international teacher for the Upledger Institute International.