Jean graduated from massage therapy in 1983. A few years later she began teaching massage in Regina at the Western College Of Remedial Massage Therapy while continuing to grow her clinical practice. She expanded her understanding of the body with studies in myofascial release, craniosacral therapy and several movement based therapies. Her craniosacral explorations began with the Upledger Insitute and continued when she studied with Hugh Milne. Her first Biodynamic craniosacral training was with Georgia Milne and from there she went on to study with Body Intelligence. The overarching theme of Jean’s career has been a gradual tendency toward the gentler techniques within each modality, be it massage, connective tissue, movement or craniosacral. Jean has found, both on a clinical and personal level, that Biodynamic Craniosacral is the gentlest and most transformative therapy she has encountered. The healing that arises from gently holding someone without an agenda and with a deep respect for their health and inner wisdom, continues to astound her. Jean started learning massage because she was curious about healing. Her curiosity has now bloomed into a lifelong passion. Thirty five years later, Jean is still eager to learn about the human capacity to heal. She practices in Regina where she finds constant inspiration in the horses, dogs and people of all ages that she has the privilege of accompanying on their healing journey.

Jean Selinger - Assistant Tutor