Calendar

Sep
19
Wed
2018
Head-Face-Cardiac Connection
Sep 19 – Sep 23 all-day

Head-Face-Cardiac Connection

This course will focus on new research in the embryonic development of the heart and its implications for biodynamic practice.  The heart grows around a profound stillness located in its inner tissues. The relationship of the developing face to the brain in back of it and the heart attached to the front of it will be a specific focus of this class.

Contact Almut Althaus for registration information.

Sep
26
Wed
2018
Nine Pulses and Five Subtle Wind
Sep 26 – Sep 30 all-day

Nine Pulses and Five Subtle Wind

This course will look at the Fluid Body from a cellular metabolic and traditional elemental point of view. A new view of the human body will be presented with Biodynamic Cardiovascular Therapy (BCVT) skills derived from both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Tibetan Medicine. These skills will be integrated into a clinical method for working with the contemporary client who suffers from metabolic disorders.

Contact Almut Althaus for registration information.

Oct
31
Wed
2018
Heart and Cerebrovascular Circulation
Oct 31 – Nov 4 all-day

Heart and Cerebrovascular Circulation

This course will explore the deep development of the central structures of the cardiovascular system, especially the heart-brain connection. Students will learn a new cerebrovascular circulation protocol. This protocol is based on research showing decreased blood flow to the brain following a mild traumatic brain injury. This is combined specifically with exploring the carotid sinus via Primary Respiration (PR). Palpation skills will include deeper exploration of the vertebral artery, the sagittal sinus and jugular vein.

Contact Almut Althaus for registration information.

Nov
7
Wed
2018
Nine Pulses and Five Subtle Winds
Nov 7 – Nov 11 all-day

Nine Pulses and Five Subtle Winds

This course will look at the Fluid Body from a cellular metabolic and traditional elemental point of view. A new view of the human body will be presented with Biodynamic Cardiovascular Therapy (BCVT) skills derived from both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Tibetan Medicine. These skills will be integrated into a clinical method for working with the contemporary client who suffers from metabolic disorders.

Contact Almut Althaus for registration information.

Nov
15
Thu
2018
Nine Pulses and Five Subtle Winds @ Skylight Centre, Islington, London, UK
Nov 15 – Nov 18 all-day

* NINE PULSES AND FIVE SUBTLE WINDS *

WITH MICHAEL SHEA B.A., M.A., Ph.D, B.C.S.T.

NOVEMBER 15TH-18TH 2018

This advanced workshop will present a new view of the human body, with skills derived from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Tibetan Medicine, which will be integrated with Biodynamic Cardiovascular Therapy (BCVT), providing a clinical method for working with metabolic disorders. ‘Nine pulses’ refers to ancient locations and meaning for taking a pulse in TCM. Each of these primary pulses is associated with an artery, an organ system as well as the flow of Primary Respiration (PR). The five subtle winds of Tibetan Medicine will be taught and sensed via the perception of PR. These five winds arise from fulcrums located near the third ventricle, heart, respiratory diaphragm, duodenum and kidneys. Together the nine primary pulses and five winds represent an advanced understanding of the Ignition process in BCVT.

Cost: UK£400/£420

Venue: Skylight Centre, Islington, London, UK

Weblink: http://www.cranio.co.uk/craniosacral-advanced-courses/birthtransition.shtml

 

For course information and bookings please contact:

Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust

Email: info@cranio.co.uk