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Foundation Training in Craniosacral Biodynamics - Seminar 2

Datum: 19-09-2013


Content and learning objectives of teaching program

Seminar 2
Remembering wholeness
Seminar 2 introduces further fundamental principles of the approach.
Embryology is taught as a phenomenological approach to understanding forces in action.
Theart of listening is practiced and refined.
The importance of systemic neutrality is taught in different contexts.
When the primary respiratory system settles, it reaches a state of unity. This state supports the relationship between the body and the organizing forces of health.
The practitioner learns to deepen the settling processes.

•The three settlings of practitioner and client
•The holistic shift: coming to a sense of neutrality and wholeness
•Trusting the Breath of Life and primary respiration
•Refine perceptual skills and sensory awareness
•Morphological and phenomenological embryology
•The formation of the midline and embryonal development
•The body of fluids and its expression, the mid-tide
•History and health expressed through primary respiration
•Reciprocal tension membrane and its motility
•Structural and functional inter-relationships between the bones of the neurocranium
•The felt sense as a tool to support autonomic nervous system regulation
•Stillness and the exhalation process
•Inherent treatment plan part 1: Settling and remembering wholeness
Educational objectives
Having completed seminar 2 the student will practice simple, yet profound health oriented perceptual exercises where self-regulation and regeneration is supported.
After seminar 2 the student will be able to:

•Differentiate aspects of unity and neutrality
•Recognize and interact with different manifestations of soma, fluids, forces and stillness
•Perceive tissues, fluids and potency as a unit of function
•Sense and define mobility and motility of structures
•Recognize potency in action and the forces of health in the body
•Facilitate the regulatory forces of the autonomic nervous system (ANS)
•Practice the principles during individual sessions
•Perceive regulatory changes in the client's system
Content and sequence of material can change, according to the needs of the class and development of skills.

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