Updated: Jul 25, 2019
There are just some things you feel strongly compelled to do.
This weekend I am in Kansas City attending a training I have waited for for a long time!
It’s been a whole ordeal figuring out how to make this trip work...
There’s my husband’s schedule to consider (having a pilot for a husband is as awesome as it sounds, though making plans is not conducive to this lifestyle. Love you honey!)
There’s my mom’s schedule - who’s flown across the country to care for our kids (thank you, mom! We couldn’t do this without you!)
And then there’s the multiple airport pick ups and drop offs, flights, cars, and all the other little miscellaneous things.
It was so overwhelming that I was briefly thinking “Why am I doing this? Why am I putting myself and my family under all this stress?”
The answer was clear. I simply had to get to this training.
Parent’s know that it can be incredibly hard to choose to do something for yourself. My family is being so flexible and supportive. They know how deeply important it is to me that I hone my skills so I can provide even better results for my clients.
If you’re a client you have probably experienced my Craniosacral Fascial Therapy (CFT) work. It’s creating such great results on my table, like 6-months-post-surgery-numbness resolving on the spot, or migraines reducing in frequency and intensity or completely resolved, injuries healing faster and better than the best prognosis, scar tissue related issues resolved, and the list goes on.
This weekend I’m working on growing my CFT skills working specifically with infants.
This work could mean the difference between a baby whose stressed, fussy, not latching correctly, physically or emotionally out of balance, and a baby whose calm, content, physically and emotionally relaxed and balanced, nursing well and thriving.
I love making babies happy!
Everyone has their own version of this. Something they feel pulled to do and are willing to do what it takes to make it happen.
What is your version? It may not come easily, but taking small steps in that direction is beautiful!
Look out for next Saturday’s email where I’ll likely have to try to contain my excitement about what I’m learning this weekend so I can put it into coherent sentences!
P.S. If you’re a parent this video might be of interest! (https://www.gillespieapproach.com/why-are-babies-fussy-gillespie-approach-craniosacral-fascial-therapy/)