Craniosacral Certificate

Biodynamic CT

Overview

The Craniosacral Certification program consists of 4 levels that must be taken sequentially and is designed for those who wish to commence a Craniosacral therapy Practice or to integrate CST with other modalities such as massage or acupressure or Biodynamic Cranial touch.

In between each level there will be suggested readings and case histories to be presented to the next level so as to ensure everyone has hands on practice outside of the classroom and has developed palpational skills worthy of taking into the next level. 

In between these classes it is recommended to complete a BCT class and other BCT classes as they are offered as to enhance your awareness and personal development and intergrate  completely with CST work.

Craniosacral 1 -Foundations

PRE-REQUISITE : Open to all who have an interest . 

  • History of Cranio-sacral System
  • Anatomy of Cranio-sacral System
  • Evaluation Procedures
  • Cranial/Sacral techniques
  • Palpating Cranial Rhythm
  • Anatomy of Dural Tube
  • Treatment procedures for Dural Tube
  • Introduction to Stillpoints
  • Treatment procedures for working with Stillpoints in a treatment session

At the conclusion of this section , you  will be able to:

  • Apply appropriate hand pressure when performing Craniosacral Techniqes
  • Perform techniques for the intra -oral area and fascial structures
  • Analyse exercises designed to improve palpation skills
  • Perform advanced Craniosacral tecniques to assess and treat neuromotor disorders of speech , dysphagia /feeding and dysarthria and hearing loss .
  • Perform cranial sacral techniques to the cranium

Course Fee: $695USD, 4- days , 28 contact hours .

 


Craniosacral 2 

Sacral work and unwinding-details to be advised
 


Craniosacral 3 – The Jaw and Neck

Learn specific techniques working with and balancing the Temporo-mandibular joint , which in turn will lead to a balancing of the pelvis and the whole body. Cranial work  for the face, mouth , and sphenoid will be explored. Specific cranial work for the sinus, headaches and cranial trauma will be demonstrated.

At the conclusion of this section , you  will be able to:

  • Describe basic theory, anatomy and physiology of the fascial system
  • Identify the inter-relationships of the whole body
  • Analyse exercises designed to improve palpation skills
  • Evaluate postural malalignments related to fascial restrictions
  • Perform cranial sacral techniques to the cranium

Craniosacral 4 

(details to come)