I am a licensed chiropractor practicing in Tampa, Florida. I became a TFH instructor in 1975 while a student in chiropractic college. The use of manual muscle testing and other AK procedures enabled me to develop CranioSomatic Therapy, a unique structural approach to strengthening inhibited postural muscles using cranial procedures. I began teaching these new cranial techniques combined with kinesiology in the United States and internationally in 1989. My clinical practice is based on the use of cranial procedures.
One of my observations was that there is a relationship between sutural restrictions and inhibition of specific muscles. Each of the 40-plus muscles typically addressed in the Touch for Health manual can be inhibited by specific sutural restrictions. Sutural releases and global mobilization of the cranium are essential components of CranioSomatic Therapy.
Our Institute offers a special workshop for those who practice Touch for Health and Specialized Kinesiology. This workshop teaches participants how to identify and resolve sutural restrictions and strengthen the related muscles on others and on oneself. See CranioSomatics.com to learn more about CranioSomatic Therapy.