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- To maintain the integrity of the work in relationship to Craniosacral Therapy
- To create community through our website, networking, newsletters and workshops
- To maintain the highest professional levels for practitioners, students and teachers of Craniosacral Therapy
- To provide a Code of Ethics and Code of conduct and set practitioner standards
- To promote Craniosacral Therapy awareness
- To keep membership fees at a minimum cost
The Craniosacral Therapy Association of South Africa (CSTA SA) was founded in December 2002 to provide a national registry of (Diploma) qualified practitioners in South Africa, and to create an awareness of Craniosacral Therapy (primarily) through a website for the public to view and source reputable practitioners in their areas. This Association, represents practitioners from all over South Africa, Mauritius and some parts of the rest of the world.
Members of the CSTA SA (registered as RCST) only practise Craniosacral Therapy after graduating from supported training schools and are bound by the Association’s Code of Ethics and Conduct. The Association supports its members to keep abreast of information and developments associated with Craniosacral Therapy through Continued Education workshops.
Our Association (CSTA SA) is the only professional association in the cranial field in Africa. The CSTA SA provides members with support, including practioner referral and information about post-graduate courses.
Craniosacral Therapists wishing to apply to be a registered CST with the Association will need to complete an application form and have the minimum requirements under the direction of an approved institution, and have a diploma from that institution. Upon submission of your information, a committee member will review and reply to the email address provided on the form.
The Association is a non-profit organisation that is managed by a National Committee and has been created for the recognition, registration and as a referral service to the general public so they may find a suitable qualified therapist in their area. The mission of the Association is to create community and maintain professional standards for practitioners, teachers and students of Craniosacral Therapy. The Committee Members are all passionate about Craniosacral Therapy and in growing the awareness of this therapy in Southern Africa.
We extend our thanks to all the graduates, students and associates who have joined and support the Association through their fees and time.
The Craniosacral Therapy Association of South Africa (CSTA SA) is a non-profit organisation that serves the public, and its members across South Africa, The Association also supports members in Botswana, Mauritius, Morocco and New Zealand, and welcomes new members from across the continent.
The Craniosacral Therapy Association of South Africa (CSTA SA) is a non-profit organisation who serves the public, and its members across South Africa,
The Association also supports members in Botswana, Mauritius, Morocco, and New Zealand, and welcome new members from across the continent.