NEXT 700-H CRANIOSACRAL BIODYNAMIC TRAINING WILL BE GIVEN IN 2020, IN FRENCH!
With Rebekah Crown, RCST®
This 700 hours training is definitely one of the most extensive, in-depth trainings that you might take in Craniosacral Therapy leading you to be a Certified Practitioner. It is given in 12 seminars of 4 days each ( except for 2 that are 5 days), over a 2-year period. This pacing offers students time to practice, complete home study and integrate the material.
Craniosacral Biodynamic, rooted in osteopathy, is a non-invasive approach that works in a holistic way, mainly with the central nervous system, the brain and the spinal cord, which is at the heart our practice. The therapist learns to develop perceptive tools, to deepen presence, to understand the inherent health and treatment plan, to discover CS anatomy, to listen to Primary Respiration, to establish a negotiated relationship with the client, and much more.
Biodynamics refers us to the dynamics of life and life; or the Breath of Life, the creative intent of life. (R. Steiner, Sutherland, D.O ~ Europe early 21st century.)
For health practitioners such as massage therapists, osteopaths that want to deepen their practice, nurses, mid-wives, yoga teachers, naturopaths, physiotherapist, etc.
Helps in cases of: Chronic Stress, Injuries, Traumas, Pain and Inflammation, Headache / Backache, MS, Injuries, Depression, Anxiety, Childbirth, People in Palliative Care, Children, Seniors, and More.
Seminar 1 Content:
Seminar 1 – ( 4-days): Seminar 1 is health and resource oriented providing many tools to use already in your practice. Emphasis is placed on the preparation of the practitioner, creating safety, negotiating appropriate contact. Establishing a connection to our own sense of wellbeing is essential to the therapeutic relationship and much more. This training is recognized by many associations in Quebec, Canada and in North America. (BCTA/NA)
- History and evolution of the work
- Building a safe therapeutic relationship
- Resources and developing the felt sense
- The practice of presence
- Dynamic Stillness
- Orienting to health
- Establishing a wide perceptual field
- Practitioner neutral
- Practitioner fulcrums
- Intro to the relational field
- Beginning practitioner verbal skills
- Exploring touch history, nurturing touch/toxic touch
- The ritual of contact
- The Breath of Life, Primary Respiration and Biodynamic principles
- Anatomy and physiology of Primary Respiratory mechanism
- Palpation and perception; general listening contacts, Pieta and feet
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