Alliance Physical Therapy

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Alliance Physical Therapy
Alliance Physical Therapy is listed in the Physical Therapists category in Rochester, New Hampshire. Displayed below are the social networks for Alliance Physical Therapy which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Alliance Physical Therapy on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 71.

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243 Rochester Hill Rd
Rochester, NH 03867
(603) 332-6882
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CST Alliance shared their event.
We have a few spots available for our craniosacral therapy "Basic Elements 1" class in just a few weeks in Dieppe, New Brunswick. This class May 26 - May 28 (Fri.-Sun.) will be taught by Don Ash and Gary Keeling and is approved for 9.5 Category A CEUs by the CMTNB. Click the link below to see the location for this class. Click the image below to learn more about the class and see registration information. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/v1ee16pS3Y32
Basic Elements of CST - Learn about this safe, simple therapeutic touch that can help anyone experiencing a healing journey. In this three-day class with instructors Don Ash, PT, CSTA-CP and Gary Keeling, BPE, BSc (PT), the craniosacral system is introduced in basic detail, including anatomy, physiology and method, with particular focus on the intraspinal membranes and the sacrum. Topics include: - the osteopathic origins of this gentle modality - palpation by anatomical location - perception of the craniosacral rhythm - knowledge and delivery of manual CST techniques - characteristics of energy and intention - physiology of tissue release - treatment rationale - professional ethics - clinical applications and implementation The attending student will be able to immediately apply basic CST methods to their practice that facilitate therapeutic change in the fascia of the body and the peripheral nervous system. All attendees will learn about this safe, simple therapeutic touch that can be of help to those who are on a healing journey. Registration Fee: $498 U.S. (A $200 deposit is required with registration.) CEUs: U.S. 18 NCBTMB, New York state approved Canada CMTNB 9.5 Category A Prerequisite: None Study guides will be provided at the class. Required text for the class is the CST Handbook which can be purchased online here in advance or at the registration desk on the first day of class. You can also order one by calling 603-948-2820. This class is being offered four additional times in 2017: Keene, New Hampshire: March 31-April 2, 2017 Dobbs Ferry, New York: April 1-3, 2017 Pennsylvania: June 9-11, 2017 Rochester, New Hampshire: June 23-25, 2017 Visit www.cstalliance.com/Curriculum/BE1.html to register online. Learn more about the CST Alliance at www.CSTAlliance.com
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As my dear friend Roy would say, "There will always be good in the world." Don Ash
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We have lots happening in May! Today's news announcement from the CST Alliance: http://tinyurl.com/CSTAlliance-May-Class-News

CST Alliance published a note.
Cranial Circle N0: 42 “Integrating Intention”
How many times have we all said, “intention” is the most powerful and important tool in manual therapy? A keystone to the CSTA teaching is to set your intention as a therapist to be impartial, non-judgmental, ego-subordinated and unconditionally present. Anatomic knowledge helps us as clinicians to access the dural tube when we know precisely where we palpate, as in occiput or sacrum and having set our intentional knowing based on the anatomical picture in our minds and in the vision of our hands. It is then that we can use the bones as handles to access the dural tube. When we set our intention to follow the cranial rhythm we are able to induce a stillpoint. When we set our intention of monitoring the CSR we are able to recognize when it comes to an abrupt, spontaneous stop and resumes. This intentional awareness is actually recognized by the Inner Wisdom. She/he then realizes this is an intentional energy that may assist in the propagation of awareness of change for the body’s owner ushering in a belief system change and a shift in body tone, posture and image opening the potential for lasting healing. This awareness or energetic change enables us to move from structure to somato-emotional process as well. As CST work evolves and moves forward by the discovery of new science merging with old theory, our intention will need to change. Our capacity to integrate will need to expand. As we merge into the recognition of the importance of lymphatics in CSF reabsorption, we will be asked to change our intention and integrate our intention to be aware of lymphatic flow, pulse rate patterns and restrictions. We will be integrating our sense of intentional touch, sense of listening, changing our palpational timing, quality of touch in pressure and direction. On any given session we may be changing our intention from CSR to fascia to lymphatic flow and back to CSR. Just as we asked the beginning student to feel the breath and tune that out, feel the heart beat and tune that out and finally focus OR set our intention on the CSR, we will be moving into another dimension of awareness. Our new way of working structurally in a CST session will be asking you to change your intentional awareness from CSF, flexion and filling to one of lymphatic, extension and emptying. We all can continue just the way we have been practicing, but new science is saying we can facilitate 50 percent more CSF return if we just change our intention in session. The world changes, seasons change, our lives change. Change will serve us in life and in our practice. Our first offering in the integration of intentional change awareness incorporating craniosacral, fascia and lymphatics will be held Nov. 17-19 2017. Those who have had BE2 or equivalent are eligible. It’s going to be fun and exciting and together we will be moving CST forward with new integrated intention. Comments welcome. Thanks for reading. Happy Day Don

Today's "Upcoming Classes" message. Space is still available in tomorrow afternoon's Ethics and Compassionate Action in Times of Stress "Ethics - CATS" workshop with Don Ash in Portsmouth, NH. This is in conjunction with the AMTA New Hampshire Chapter's annual meeting and education event. Three Ethics CEUs will be awarded for attending. Open to AMTA members and non-members. See more details in today's message.