The biodynamic model of Craniosacral Therapy is based on an understanding of the forces of creation. In the human embryo these forces organize the movements that take place during our growth and development, and carry an essential ordering matrix into the body that acts as a blueprint for health. These original dynamics continue throughout our lives to organize our form and function. This advanced workshop will help practitioners deepen into the heart of the healing process and explore this ground from which all expressions of life and motion emerge. It will enable us to “re-source”; to connect to our nature and to what lies beneath any patterns of suffering or distress. We will learn how to synchronise with, support and be touched by the supremacy of the ‘Breath of Life’ as a therapeutic medium.
Areas explored will include:
Suspensory nature of the three bodies
What is health? A “still small voice”
Expressions of Health
Appreciatingour embryological origins and blueprint for health; the perfection that lies at the core
Deepening into the holistic shift
Orienting to the inner embryo
Dynamics of conception and implantation via the glabella and the hands as connecting stalks
Embryological fulcrums – orienting to the 3rd ventricle, heart and umbilicus
Still points via the three bodies; orienting to the “idling” at the end of three tides
The automatic shifting of potency
Dynamo motion and the ignition spark at the 3rd ventricle
Orienting to stillpoints in the room and asking a question
Orienting to the inherent divinity within ourselves and others.
Michael Kern is a Craniosacral Therapist, Osteopath and Naturopath with a practice in London. He has been teaching Craniosacral Therapy since 1987 and is a leading international exponent of the biodynamic approach, currently running courses in the UK, Russia, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Holland and Italy. He is the founder of the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust, and was a senior tutor for the College of Osteopaths, the International Cranial Association, the Centre for Professional Development in Osteopathy and the University of Westminster. He is also author of the highly acclaimed book ‘Wisdom In The Body – The Craniosacral Approach To Essential Health’, now available in ten languages.
From 9.30am – 6.00pm each day, finishing at 4.00pm on the last day.