Fundamentals of CranioSacral Biodynamics
Time & Location
About the Event
In this course we will delve into the guiding principles of craniosacral biodynamics. With presence and wholeness as primary orientations, we will explore inner practices such as embodied felt-sense, tonal match, full body breathing, resting in invisible midline, and residing in neutral. Following the insights of Dr. Sutherland and his successors, we will learn how to listen to primary respiration and the Breath of Life, sensing tides, fulcrums, stillpoints, subtle rhythms, states of consciousness, and more.
This course will invite you to develop and refine your essential skills for grounding and centering in yourself, creating and maintaining safety and trust with your client, increasing potency in your touch and sensitivity in your awareness. With dynamic stillness as the guide, we can cultivate our capacity to support the body’s innate wisdom of healing in ourselves and in each other.
No prerequisite is required. Appropriate for those who wish to broaden their skillset and clinical offerings, newcomers to bodywork, and those who are in search of self-healing and development.
Dates & Times:
Thursday, December 9th - Sunday, December 12th
10:00am - 6:00pm
Taught by Koa Kalish:
Koa Kalish is a craniosacral practitioner who has trained, assisted, and apprenticed with four different craniosacral master teachers over the last 13 years. She has dedicated a lifetime to cultivating her sensitivity through her own healing journey of two traumatic brain injuries, as well as through her multidisciplinary work in the arts of photography, writing, music, dance, textiles, and tea.
Learn more about Koa at www.koakalish.com