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Course Tutors

Sarah Nesling

Sarah Nesling

B.Sc., M.A., C.Q.S.W., R.C.S.T., B.C.S.T.

(Course Co-ordinator)

Sarah is a Craniosacral Therapist with over thirty years of experience working with people in a variety of settings. She was originally a social worker working with emotionally disturbed individuals. She has a first class degree in Psychology, trained as a Gestalt Psychotherapist and is a qualified teacher having taught communication skills, self awareness workshops, and for many years ran her own trainings in massage, anatomy and physiology. She is the Co-ordinator of CTET's Living Anatomy course, co-ordinates a Mother and Baby Clinic in London, and teaches on the Trust's Craniosacral Therapy practitioner training. She qualified as a Feldenkrais teacher and is passionate about bringing her anatomical knowledge to life in the felt sense of the body as a means of healing and especially interested in how our emotional and psychological world affect our health.

Ann Stevens

Anne Stevens

S.R.P, M.C.S.T., R.C.S.T., B.C.S.T.

Anne qualified as a Physiotherapist in Denmark in 1995, and in Craniosacral Therapy in 2004 with the Trust. She has extensive experience in physiotherapy, having worked in the NHS (hospital and outpatient clinics) as well as in the private health sector. She is the lead physiotherapist of a busy private health clinic in North London, where she also practices Craniosacral Therapy. Anne is an active Committee member of CTACP (Craniosacral Therapy Association of Chartered Physiotherapists), and her other passions are her family, her garden and allotment, knitting and occasional drumming.

Jo Coole

Jo Coole

B.A., L.S.S.M., R.C.S.T., B.C.S.T.

After graduating with a Business Studies degree Jo spent over 10 years working on whale-watching boats and in ski resorts as a sports massage therapist. She became inspired with Craniosacral work and took the training at CTET, graduating in 2004. Jo now specialises in working with trauma and birth dynamics, and in 2013 she joined the teaching teams on the CTET Living Anatomy and Craniosacral Practitioner Trainings. Her spiritual practice is an important foundation in her life and she enjoys yoga, retreats, tango, tennis and going on mini-adventures with her daughter.