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Craniosacral Biodynamics

Post Graduate Course - Source, Being and Becoming

Craniosacral Biodynamics at Karuna

Birth, Being and Bonding

Exploring birth process as our first great transition


Franklyn Sills, Founder and co-Director of the Karuna Institute and Cherionna Menzam-Sills, Senior Biodynamic Teacher

Scheduled:  Sunday 23 June - Friday 28 June 2019

£730 (non-refundable deposit: £330)
(The balance of costs is payable one month prior to course commencement)

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In this CPD post-graduate course, we will be exploring our personal birthing experience in both process-oriented work and table work. We will be reviewing the nature of birth dynamics and birth process, its relational nature as an integral part of our pre- and perinatal experience, its influence on our mind-body system and personality development, its impact on tissues and the generation of birth-related cranial base inertial fulcrums and patterns. We will review classic cranial base patterning in the context of birth process and help participants support each other’s healing processes in triad and two-person session work.

This course is a real opportunity for participants to explore their personal birth process and transition and its impact on our lives and sense of self and world.

Franklyn Sills MA, UKCP, RCST, BCST, is co-Director of the Karuna Institute, lecturer on the Core Process Psychotherapy Training, with specialist input in pre- and perinatal psychology and trauma skills.  Franklyn co-ordinates the Karuna Institute Training in Craniosacral Biodynamics and is a pioneer in the field.  His books include Craniosacral Biodynamics Volumes One and Two, and Being and Becoming, psychodynamics, Buddhism and the origins of selfhood.

Cherionna Menzam-Sills PhD, RCST, BCST, is a somatic psychotherapist, prenatal and birth therapist, craniosacral biodynamic teacher and practitioner, and has her PhD in Pre- and Perinatal Psychology,  She has taught in graduate programmes in both Somatic Psychology and Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology at the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute and Naropa University.  Cherionna is also an authorized Continuum Movement teacher, a form of mindful movement work that helps participants move beyond their conditioned form by accessing deeper life forces, reclaiming embryological developmental potential and fluidity.  She is author of two forthcoming books, The Breath of Life : An Introduction to Craniosacral Biodynamics, and Fluid and Cosmos: Accessing our Original Embryological Potential.

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