CST BioDynamics 2: Foundational Fluid Bodies, Germ Layers, and Cell Differentiation


Description

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy 2 is an in depth, thirty hour, experiential course that presents a departure from biomechanical techniques while furthering a therapeutic, holistic approach that supports synchrony to the original essential state of being. Through lecture, mindfulness preparation, demonstration and practical application of biodynamic therapy this class will explore historical foundations and the scientific basis for the second week, early embryo health patterns. Emphasis will be on developmental imprinting of essential self in the heart and blood. BioDynamic Craniosacral Therapy 2 explores week two embryological patterns that provide the foundations for developmental, therapeutic and core imprinting processes. Through mindful awareness exercises, direct personal experience and multi-hands practical labs, therapists will develop depth listening skills, while observing through biodynamic treatment windows, in an effort to synchronize all adult body systems to original embryological health imprints. Discover and experience the three fluid bodies amnion, chorion and yolk sac and their foundational function, through zone perceptual awareness, primary respiration, dynamic stillness, relationships through horizontal and vertical midlines, heart midline expansion, endoderm, ectoderm, and mesoderm germ layers, pharyngeal arches and pouches and their brain stem derivatives. These early templates for growth, health and balance are retained throughout adulthood and are the foundations for growth, maintenance and repair. Therapists will gain new understanding of the body and its’ inner and outer relationships through conscience experience of typically non-conscious phenomena. This fundamental knowledge will assist the therapist in providing depth therapy based on original health patterns, returning the body to its’ natural, resting, yet dynamic state.

Objectives

1. Discover therapeutic relevance of mindful perception
2. Explore mindful attention through perceptual zones A, B, C, D
3. Identify and experience biodynamic core stillness
4. Understand underlying primary respiratory (PR) rhythm
5. Explore therapeutic relevance of primary respiration
6. Identify amnion, chorion and yolk sac
7. Experience fluid body rhythms within rhythms
8. Discover mid and long tide fluid fluctuations
9. Discover and practice whole body therapeutic presence in pieta position
10. Define the therapeutic process of ignition
11. Discover endoderm, mesoderm and endoderm and derivatives
12. Experience cell differentiation in the germ layers
13. Understand the essential self imprinting in the blood
14. Describe morphological fields of compression and expansion
15. Practice therapeutic awareness of morphological fields
16. Develop therapeutic relationship, connection to safe other
17. Understand and practice horizontal midline restoration
18. Describe therapeutic relevance of the projection principle
19. Understand heart movement, vertical midline fulcrum
20. Describe and practice vertical midline restoration
21. Practice heart/ midline connection as parasympathetic regulator
22. Develop therapeutic heart connection
23. Practice breathing the heart with primary respiration

Materials

Course manual is included with tuition. Because this course is “retreat style,” students will be staying at the Inn on the Beach (see location tab) and are responsible for securing their own accommodations. Breakfast and lunch will be provided each day. Please bring sunscreen, water shoes, bathing suits and sunglasses. 

Location

All biodynamic courses are located at Inn On the Beach

1401 Gulf Way, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida 33706

727-360-8844

Times

Day 1 6:30-8:30pm

Day 2-4 9:00am-5:00pm

Day 5 9:00am-3:00pm

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