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Remembering our dear friend Judith

The Craniosacral Community has been shocked by the sudden passing of our dear friend Judith Monk. Thankfully for Judith, her illness was only brief. Judith was surrounded by her loving family and had found peace in her heart before she serenely and peacefully passed away.

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Maggie Gliksten CST Foundation Fundraiser

There will be a charity fundraiser in aid of the Maggie Gliksten Foundation on May 14th in Philip Gray's Art Gallery Kinsale Co. Cork. All proceeds from the prints will go to the Maggie Gliksten CST Foundation. Please come along and support if possible. Thank you.

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IACST AGM - a great success

The day was a great success, with a record attendance of 30. We'd like to thank everyone that attended the AGM this year, it was very positive and we look forward to working with you all over the coming year.

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Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a light-touch manual
approach that enhances the body's natural healing
capabilities.
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