CraniumWork after Sharon Wheeler
with Jannie Cnossen and Dr. Heike Jäger
Working with the Cranium is a very important aspect in Sharon Wheelers concept. As with ScarWork and BoneWork, the functional improvements that accompany Sharon‘s approach to working with the cranium are often life-changing.
The Two-Handed Torque in particular is a revolutionary approach to working with the human skull. This is a complex technique that appears to generate extensive improvement in the shape and contour of the spongy bone of the cranium, theoretically changing the volume of the skull. This approach is used with the goal of making room for the interior changes.
Working on the Cranium you should think about it as making room for interior change to emerge. General loosening work is usually done on the neck and base of the skull, the front and back of the neck muscles down to mid-back. Cranium Work goes above this areas and beyond the usual work on the skul to identify areas of unsymetry or tension. Working the cranium is intended to smooth out lumps, bumps and ridges, drawing out dents am impressions in the bone.
Working the Cranium also includes work inside the mouth and nose to release tension held within the skull.