Yoga, Qi Gong, Martial Arts, Cranio Sacral Therapy
James Foulkes is based in the Washington DC Area and teaches Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Qi Gong, Kung Fu, Meditation and Craniosacral Therapy both nationally and internationally. James’ yoga teaching is based on the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli. This practice works with the relationship between gravity, the breath and the spine and is ideally suited for the aging body. James book, “Principles and Themes of Yoga Therapy” is available on Amazon.
James has been practicing Qi Gong and Kung Fu for 15+years and is a 19th Generation Wu Dang Dragons Gate adept.Qi Gong practices help strengthen and mobilize the body in a gentle way and support the flow of energy through the system which helps people to reach optimal health and vitality. The practices support many different conditions and life circumstances.
The Cranial Sacral Therapy approach to healing derives its origins from Osteopathy and Cranial Osteopathy and is a light touch, non-invasive healing modality developed by frontier doctors in the early years of the United States. A Craniosacral Therapy practitioner uses their perception and their knowledge of the systems of the body to ork with dysfunctions using their hands. They used their perceptive skills to gain access to a subtle rhythm that circulates health through the body. The ability to listen to and facilitate the reorganization of these forces are the basis of a Cranial Sacral Therapy training.
James Foulkes is a Craniosacral therapist with background in both Upledger and the Biodynamic approaches. He is a teacher of Craniosacral Therapy, through the American accreditation body – the BCTA/NA, and teaches 3 year basic training programs throughout the US for the Wellness Institute, based in Colorado.
In affiliation with GWCIM, James offers small group or personal sessions either in your home or virtually in the following areas:
- Qi Gong
- Tai Chi
- Yoga Therapy
- Craniosacral sessions (In person only – Locations in your home or in offices in MD, DC or Va )
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