Cranio-Sacral Therapy

Together with Trine, he was the first cranio-sacral therapist in 1987. He started his studies with the Upledger Institute. He began teaching shortly after that. He also arranged the first course in Biodynamic Cranio-Sacral Therapy with Benjamin Shield (USA).

He was the first therapist in Denmark trained as a Rolfer©, finishing his training in 1983.

Rolfing© was the first major form of body therapy working in the fascia (connective tissue) to improve the movement, posture and balance. To supplement his basic education, he has taken several seminars with Tom Myers in Anatomy Trains and he has co-taught seminars with Robert Schleip.

For the last twenty-five years, has studied with his main teacher, the French osteopath, Alain Gehin.

He has studied various disciplines in the field of osteopathy with Alain Gehin. His studies include Organ massage (visceral massage), Joint Mobilization, Perineural massage (release of the nerve tissue of the peripheral nervous system) and Tensegrity.

Recently he also supplemented his skills in courses with Jean Pierre Barral. 

Ansigtsløftnings Teknik

He developed this unique form of Facial Lifting Massage thirty years ago.

Polyvagal Theory of Stephen Porges

He first met Stephen in 2001. He brought Stephen Porges to teach in Copenhagen and has co-taught in four seminars along with him in the USA and Denmark.

He was the first cranio-sacral therapist in the world to apply cranio-sacral therapy as well as his other body therapy skills to improve the function of the five cranial nerves whose proper function is necessary to bring the client to the desired state of social engagement.

Ñorth Atlantic Books published his book,  "Accessing the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve" (2017). 

Additional studies and experiences Anatomy and Dissection

Four courses with Professor Pat Coughlin (USA) including a course on the visceral organs and another on the brain and nervous system.

Energy Medicine

Several seminars ith Jim Oschman (USA), author of "Energy Medicine"

In addition, Stanley has been a student of movement and mind-body disciplines for more than 40 years, for example tai chi, chi kung, yoga, meditation, stretching