Widecombe in the Moor
Newton Abbot TQ13 7TR
Two Year Professional Training in Craniosacral Biodynamics: 2017 – 2019
Comprised of five five-day and five four-day residential seminars
All seminars begin on the Sunday evening: the 5-day seminars end at 12noon on Fridays and the 4-day seminars end at 12.30pm on Thursdays.
Craniosacral Biodynamics is an approach to the teaching and practice of Craniosacral Therapy that acknowledges the deepest foundations of the human system.
We, as human beings, are seen to be an expression of the wholeness of life itself, and are not separate from the vast forces at work throughout the universe. In this concept, a spiritual essence called the Breath of Life is perceived to generate a subtle tide-like ordering and organizing principle called primary respiration that manifests as a biodynamic life force or potency within the human system.
This intrinsic health integrates all cellular and tissue form and function, from the moment of conception until death, and is constantly at work maintaining the best possible balance and homeostasis even in the most desperate circumstances.
The intention of biodynamic clinical work is to re-establish the relationship between inertial or conditioned mind-body states and the intrinsic health of primary respiration.
This work is founded on:
- Practitioner presence
- The establishment of a clear and negotiated relational field
- The ability to perceive and differentiate phenomena that relate to primary respiration and its interplay with unresolved conditional, historic or traumatic forces
- The ability to facilitate states of equilibrium and stillness within which the presence of conditional forces and related mind-body states can be processed and resolved
- Our students are drawn from within the United Kingdom, the European Union and from around the world. For more information on being an overseas student please visit the ‘About Karuna’ page.
Franklyn Sills has pioneered the theoretical and clinical teaching approaches used in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. He acknowledges the help of Karuna Institute staff in the development of his thinking. His work has influenced trainings around the world.
First Year Dates:
Cranial 1 – 22 to 27 October 2017 (five day)
Cranial 2 – 26 November to 30 November 2017 (four day)
Cranial 3 – 4 to 9 February 2018 (five day)
Cranial 4 – 8 to 12 April 2018 (four day)
Cranial 5 – 3 to 8 June 2018 (five day)
Second Year Dates:
Cranial 6 – 9 to 13 September 2018 (four day)
Cranial 7 – 11 to 16 November 2018 (five day)
Cranial 8 – 13 to 17 January 2019 (four day)
Cranial 9 – 3 to 8 March 2019 (five day)
Cranial 10 – 12 to 16 May 2019 (four day)
Cost: £8,290 (including residential fees – accommodation and meals)
Deposit: £1,290 (non-refundable and non-transferable)
Application Fee: £40 (non-refundable and non-transferable)