The Gillespie Approach has one goal—to help free up the craniosacral fascial system. Let’s help the brain expand and contract better. Let’s help free the fascial web. Let’s help the body function better.
A huge advantage is that this inclusive approach eliminates memorizing individual therapeutic protocols for each specific condition. No matter if we are working with patients with colic, pediatric asthma, or migraine, we listen to the body’s story and let it unfold.
We realize that the structural aspect of “dis-ease” can be mitigated naturally by revisiting the root traumas causing the problem. Once this system is freer, the disease can start to dissipate.
This seems too simple in today’s complex medical world. We simply recognize that the body knows best how to heal itself. We just need to help free it from the memory of its old soft tissue restrictions.
The Gillespie Approach is not THE magic answer to ALL disease. We deal with issues that revolve around being tight. We cannot correct patients who have metabolic conditions like heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure, obesity, and diabetes. We cannot control what people put into their bodies, but we can help clear past traumas inhibiting function.
The beauty of the approach is the work at birth. To have all your baby’s birth trauma cleared is truly a gift for any human being. The goal for every family is that your newborn leaves the hospital breathing well, nursing well, digesting well, pooping well, and napping well. That will bring more joy and peace to the planet.
Thank you Gillespie Approach therapists for your work. You are the masters of something new and pioneering something greater than yourself. This life-changing work can make you feel like all things are possible.
Sign up for Gillespie Approach Training Opportunities
Gillespie Approach Foundation Training is designed for students to work with children and adults.
- February 1–3 | Austin, TX
- March 14–16 | Gilbert, AZ
- April 11–13 | Melbourne, FL
- June 6–8 | Colorado Springs, CO
- July 18–20 | Bozeman, MT
- September 5–7 | Surrey, UK
- October 17–19 | New Hampshire
- November 14–16 | Greenville, SC
Gillespie Approach Infant Training is designed for students to work with infants.
- February 4–6 | Austin, TX
- March 17–19 | Gilbert, AZ
- April 14–16 | Melbourne, FL
- June 9–11 | Colorado Springs, CO
- July 21–23 | Bozeman, MT
- September 8–10 | Surrey, UK
- October 20–22 | New Hampshire
- November 17–19 | Greenville, SC