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Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

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Student Comments

"As a physiotherapist, I am often on the lookout for new courses to take. Rarely does a course shift your thought patterns so deeply that it affects all facets of your life - the biodynamic approach to Craniosacral therapy does.

The focus of my practice primarily concentrated on the physical, despite realizing the connection between mind, body and spirit. Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy is a holistic approach that addresses the whole of the person. By bringing my total awareness to a client from a grounded, neutral perspective allows health to unfold in inexplicable ways.

I continue to be filled with awe at the results of this style of work. People report less pain, more energy and increased feeling of peace and wellness, to state just a few.

I am so thankful for this work. I truly believe that everyone can benefit from it."

Melanie M (B.Sc. PT.)

More Questions

Do you teach how to get to the stillness within the client?

Yes, we do. It is Oceans of stillnesswithin the stillness that healing happens. This is one of the fundamental principals of the training. We take time to develop this within the practitioner.


What are the requirements for graduation?

Our requirements for graduation are as follows:

  • Successful completion of all class work.
  • Successful completion of all homework assignments.
  • Present and participating in class supervisions.
  • Participation in 3 private feedback sessions between student and teacher.
  • Completion of 40 case studies.
  • Have received 10 personal sessions with qualified Registered Craniosacral Therapists.

Kwan Yin: Buddha of Compassion

More Student Comments

"Often people come to a physiotherapist with pain and/or loss of movement . With the Craniosacral Biodynamic's client directed treatment approach, a client can experience their symptoms in a different way. This approach offers an opportunity for a person to not run away from or mask their symptom but to listen to their body. Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy offers an opportunity for the practitioner and the client to inquire into the body's patterns of protection, resistance and the suffering and to facilitate the body's ability to be still, resource and heal."

Sylvia Cook, RPT, RCST®
Registered Physiotherapist

More Comments

"For a number of years, Cranialsacral Biodynamics has been a pole star in my life."

“I experience Franklyn Sills approach to Craniosacral Thrapy as an evolution of Dr. Stone's Polarity Therapy, which I have been enthusiastically practising.”

“The practise of 'listening' which I feel is at the heart of the Biodynamic work has helped me be in a more “right relationship” with myself and others.”

I am grateful everyday to be able to show this beautiful 'light' work.”

Lilli Swanson
Frances Daunt Health Centre