Chas Perry, PhD,
joined the Upledger Institute International teaching team in 1994 and also teaches
Advanced CranioSacral Therapy and BioAquatic Explorations. His work places particular emphasis on sensations and emotions as they contribute to the functioning of the body's systems.
“The acceptance of this invitation carries with it the responsibility of daily presence in both group discussions and hands-on practice sessions,” writes Chas Perry. “During the week, participants will do “multiple therapist” work as therapeutic/facilitative participant on the table as the recipient of the work, and as a contributor to the group discussions. This class structure creates cohesiveness and bonding in the group, which is not easily duplicated under any other circumstances.