Tim Darmetko, CMT
Tim Darmetko is a 38th generation lineage holder who has studied under Korean Master Dr. Myung Chill Kim. He has studied both the healing and martial arts since 1994.
He has studied with 37th Generation Master Myung Chill Kim O.M.D. since 1994, and was granted his instructors title by Master Kim on July 15th, 2000.
Tim has also studied with Master Augustine Fong O.M.D., 4th Generation Bagua Master Vince Black O.M.D., 6th Generation Bagua/Xingyi Master Sean Farmen and a number of
other exceptional teachers from around the United States and abroad. He has also studied Swedish, sports, pediatric, pre/post natal massage and continues to study
any new modalities that have success in healing. Tim has also been a member of the International Association of Healthcare Practitioners since 2000.
Tim Darmetko teaches for the Upledger Institute which is based out of Florida but instructs people in Craniosacral therapy people worldwide. He has also learned about
and practices Milne and Biodynamic styles of Craniosacral Therapy. Craniosacral Therapy(CST) is a light-touch approach/ bodywork that can create dramatic improvements in life. It helps to
release tensions deep in the body to relieve pain and dysfunction and improve the whole-body health and performance. Tim thinks everyone should try Craniosacral Therapy and Korean Chi Massage.
Most of his clients like to receive a combination treatment, where more than one therapy would be used, such as massage and Reiki, or Korean Chi Massage and Reflexology. Craniosacral Therapy
is very effective and uses light touch. Some of our clients describe it as “magic” and “amazing” because they can’t believe how much relief they get with treatment.
After receiving a treatment himself, he decided to study “Cranio” work so that he could offer these treatments to you! Since then Tim has taught and treated many and continues his education in healthcare.
Craniosacral Therapy is performed with clients fully clothed, while using a touch that is generally around the weight of a nickel. The practitioner feels the rhythms of the craniosacral system
for possible restrictions and imbalances. The results can lead to higher performance levels and a central nervous system free of restrictions. This therapy can be practiced on new born babies
as well as the elderly and infirm. Tim has been a member of the IAHP, the international association of health care practitioners for about a decade. The association is there to help promote
Craniosacral Therapy, it’s many uses, and other therapies that offer great benefits.