Biodynamic Interface (Cranial 1) Monica Rudestam and April Strauss White Salmon, WA May 24th-27th 9am-5pm Friday thru Sunday, 9am-1pm Monday $725 (30% off for return students) payment plans available Maximum 12 students 24 CEUs
At the heart of any healing modality lies the ability to remain present; biodynamic cranial therapy teaches us how.
With the biodynamic approach, we form a relationship to the health already abiding within the client and facilitate it’s expression throughout their entire being. Their cranial system shows us how to be more present via touch, which enables an intelligent healing potency to express itself freely within the client. Presence unites the practitioner to the natural world, enabling the client to access profound healing resources beyond treatment protocols. You will learn how to biodynamically interface with the cranio-sacral system, advance your confidence in subtle palpation skills and experience the profound stillness at the heart of health. course highlights
lineage history – a brief overview from cranial osteopathy with A.T. Still, D.O. to biodynamic work with current lineage practitioners
physical preparations – qigong shaking to cultivate practitioner sensitivity to, and relationships with, biodynamic fields
practitioner integrity – palpable, felt sense methods to verify being grounded and centered
fascial motility – learn how to detect cranial motility in body fascia. if you can palpate motility in fascia, you can treat all tissues
quietude spectrum – exploration of quietude as a biodynamic felt sense indication of healing depth and process
treatment cycles – how to catalyze healing by facilitating the transition from motility to neutral to motility again
field integration – work with the derma and inner bodies to shift the orientation of your perception to an inclusive, biodynamic unity between client, practitioner and surrounding nature
standing evaluation – when the client is standing, before treatment begins, learn how to assess where resources are already gathered and working on their behalf, so you know where to work to address their issues.
practical application – in addition to addressing biodynamic components of various client challenges, learn how to palpate osseous motility and work with it biodynamically to help those with acute to chronic musculoskeletal challenges