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Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Training Professional Certification

This program is open to alternative health professionals including massage therapists, physical therapists, chiropractors, occupational therapists, etc. A working knowledge of anatomy and physiology is required.

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Professional Certification in Craniosacral Therapy

We offer a two year intensive training in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. Successful completion in the course leads to a professional Certification in Craniosacral Therapy. This professional training consists of ten four day seminars and two 3 day seminars given over the space of two and a half academic years.

Become a Registered Craniosacral Therapist and enjoy the benefits of a professional organization

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Training and staff offer a two year intensive training in Craniosacral Biodynamics. Successful completion of the course leads to a professional Certification in Craniosacral Therapy. The professional training consists of ten five day seminars given over the space of two academic years. We emphasizes the power of intentional intuitive dialogue with the client’s system. Through practitioner/client interaction, the system reveals its shapes and patterns and mobilizes its own resources to return to its core blueprint pattern of health and vitality. We integrated approach to Craniosacral Therapy originates in the teachings of William Sutherland, DO, founder of Cranial Osteopathy, who viewed the Breath of Life as the foundation of healing. Other important influences in our Craniosacral training include Dr. Ray Castellino’s pre- and perinatal research and methods, and Dr. Peter Levine’s “Somatic Experiencing” system for trauma resolution. Process Training.

Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America is the source of certification for Craniosacral Therapy based on the “Breath of Life” approach taught by Franklyn Sills. This certification applies only to the Sills 50-day curriculum, not other Craniosacral courses offered around the country by other organizations. The first 4 day course is also intended to meet the course requirements of Ray Castellino and Myrna Martin’s Pre and Peri-Natal Birth Training.You will be expected to attend all of the classes as well as complete all the home work which will consist of reading, study of anatomy, clinical practicum and write ups.

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Training

processYou will also need to receive 10 sessions of craniolsacral work from a Registered Cranial Sacral Therapist over the time of your study. This fee is not included in the class cost, you will pay the therapist individually, their approximate fees are $80.00 to $150.00 per session. Once you have completed the above, you will receive a diploma of completion, which entitles you to apply for your Registered Cranial Sacral Therapy status through the Cranial Sacral Association Of North America.

process1We offer a two year intensive training in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. Successful completion in the course leads to a professional Certification in Craniosacral Therapy. This professional training consists of ten four day seminars and two 3 day seminars given over the space of two and a half academic years. CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle but powerful method of healing. Your craniosacral system is a deep, protective layer of your body, and houses the cerebrospinal fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord as well as the membranous structures that protect your central nervous system.

But what does this mean? Imagine your body as a computer. When you are feeling stressed, overwhelmed, in pain, or just feel like the "on" switch has been flipped on for too long, CranioSacral therapy is able to "reboot" you and get you to a place of rest. This restful place is excellent for processing your backlogged material, mainly pain signals, headaches, and a wide variety of stressors. Most people fall asleep or feel as if they are floating during the session.

What else can CranioSacral therapy do? When your body has to deal with stress and trauma, it has to compensate, creating tension and restriction throughout the body, as well as the tissues that form around the brain and spine. This change can cause your central nervous system, as well as other body systems to not perform to peak efficiency. By gently working with this system, that tension and restriction will be alleviated, giving your body a chance to come to a new sense of balance and ease.

 

Craniosacral Therapy - Manipulating Your Brain and Spinal Cord

 

chiropractic_adjustmentWhat does a CranioSacral Therapy session look like? You will lie clothed on a massage table, and your session will involve gentle touch to evaluate and release tissues all the way from the base of the spine to the sutures and structures in the head. The rhythm of your body, like working with a wave form or a gentle tide, will be worked with to achieve the deep relaxation response many people experience. Many people think of CranioSacral therapy as "head massage" but in reality the session can involve work on any area of the body.

Doc SideWhat is CranioSacral Therapy good for? CranioSacral is excellent at breaking physical and mental stress habits. What does this mean? Conditions like Headaches, Chronic Pain including Neck and Back Pain, Scoliosis, TMJ, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Emotional Difficulties including Depression and Anxiety.

CranioSacral Therapy is excellent at working with complex diseases and disorders that have not responded to other therapies. Most people who go to see a CranioSacral Therapist have tried multiple things to alleviate their stress and pain without much results are surprised when just a few sessions of this therapy will bring them back closer to balance and alleviate pain and patterns in the body that have persisted for years.

 The Professional Certification

This program is open to alternative health professionals including massage therapists, physical therapists, chiropractors, occupational therapists, etc. A working knowledge of anatomy and physiology is required.

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Certification is approved through the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America. Become a Registered Craniosacral Therapist and enjoy the benefits of a professional organization with a community atmosphere.

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