Distant Cranio-Sacral Therapy – Level 2

  • Open to those who have attended Level 1
  • Five Monday evenings
  • Starting Monday 9thNov
  • 6pm-8pm (UK time)
  • Cost: £180 for 5 evenings
Booking: Please complete the online application form selecting the appropriate drop down menus 
                (payment details are at the bottom of the form)              

Please book well in advance and by Monday 26th October if possible, as this course is very popular and numbers may need to be limited

Further information: Please contact info@ccst.co.uk

Schedule:

Monday 9th November - Thomas Attlee
Trauma – at the root of most ill health

Monday 16th November - Lizette Villaverde
Dissociation and Strengthening our Energetic Boundaries

Monday 23rd November - Octavia Kenny
Messages from the body

Monday 30th November - Michael Galvin
Perception and Verbalisation

Monday 7th December - Samantha Lowi
Deepening our Distant work through Polyvagal Theory

 

Course Information:

Day 1   Thomas Attlee 

Trauma
Trauma is at the root of most ill health. It is a physiological process involving the amygdala and hippocampus, leading to physiological overwhelm, in which fight and flight, or freeze patterns, become deeply entrenched in the system, affecting everything about us – perception, response, reaction, behaviour, our very nature. Everyone is affected by trauma to a greater or lesser extent.

Trauma needs healing and integration at a profound level - not just physical therapy, not just psychotherapy - but the release of shock and trauma at a molecular level, a subatomic level, a Quantum level - and re-integration of the whole person.

Cranio-Sacral Integration is exceptional in its profound resolution of trauma at the deepest level. We will be exploring how we can most effectively enable this at a distance, with an understanding of the crucial significance of resources and grounding.

 

Day 2   Lizette Villaverde

Dissociation and Strengthening our Energetic Boundaries
With the depth of this work, one may open the door to the limitless nature of connection through awareness and intention. However, we may also find ourselves and our clients in need of deeper resourcing through grounding, especially as we work so expansively.

In this session we will be exploring practical measures to enhance engagement with our own sense of grounding, and also deepening our understanding of what it means to dissociate from our physical bodies. We will examine how we can create a space for deeper embodiment for ourselves and those we work with, as well as exploring means by which we can create and clear our practice spaces, further strengthening our energetic boundaries.

 

Day 3   Octavia Kenny

Messages from the body
Human beings are perhaps unique in the animal kingdom in that we can deceive not only others, but ourselves. We can use our minds, consciously or unconsciously, to override our emotions. However, there is a price to pay for our lack of authenticity. Even though we may be suppressing our emotions with the best of intentions, our psycho-neuro-endocrine system becomes confused by mixed messages and starts to malfunction in various ways. This is the point at which clients may seek help. As craniosacral therapists we can help temporarily by enabling the nervous system to rebalance, but unless the messages from the body are received and understood it is very likely that they will come back, with the same issues. How can we take clients from ongoing maintenance to a reconditioned state? We can learn the system’s language and help them to interpret and process the messages from the body, while supporting them in making lifestyle changes which are based on returning to wholeness and integrity.

During this session we will look at dialoguing with our clients, inviting them to hear the underlying messages in fulcrums, symptoms, and conditions, while holding a grounded and resourced space for the potential of health.

 

Day 4   Michael Galvin

Perception and Verbalisation
This session will be an exploration of the creative process of verbalisation as a tool for downloading and refining information from the field about our patient's system. Through moment to moment verbalised acknowledgement, we can provide a platform where the information that we perceive can land and take shape, thereby providing a channel through which unmet patterns in our client's system can come forward for resolution. This will be an opportunity to explore 'turning on the tap' of intuitive engagement at a distance, bypassing the doubting mind and enhancing and refining perceptual flow.

 

Day 5   Samantha Lowi

Polyvagal Theory
Deepening our Distant CST work through a greater understanding of Polyvagal Theory and exploring how this can support us when meeting trauma in our clients.

 

 We look forward to seeing you on the course.

 

Best wishes

Thomas, Lizette, Octavia, Michael, Sam

Forthcoming Courses 2017

  • Saturday 1st April 2017

    Introductory Day

  • Saturday 4th April 2017

    Introductory Course (London)

  • July 2018

    One Year Professional Training (Diploma Course)

  • October 2017 - July 2019

    One Year Professional Training (Diploma Course)

  • October 2017 - May 2018

    Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology - Foundation Course 

Forthcoming Courses 2017

  • Saturday 1st April 2017

    Introductory Day

  • Saturday 4th April 2017

    Introductory Course (London)

  • July 2018

    One Year Professional Training (Diploma Course)

  • October 2017 - July 2019

    One Year Professional Training (Diploma Course)

  • October 2017 - May 2018

    Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology - Foundation Course