In these talks, Franklyn Sills, one of the pioneers of a biodynamic approach to Craniosacral Therapy, presents some of the basic concepts within the biodynamic approach. In his first talk, which is an introduction to the field of craniosacral biodynamics, he orients to people in the craniosacral field who have influenced him and others worldwide. In his second talk, he looks at the nature of what Dr William Garner Sutherland DO, the founder of the work, called “primary respiration.” These are the fundamental forces that maintain and protect all of life. in his third talk he looks at what Dr Rollin Becker DO called the “inherent treatment plan, or inherent treatment program.” This looks at the natural arsing of healing processes within the clinical context. These may occur in many ways and Franklyn looks at some common processes that may emerge in session work. in his final talk, Franklyn orients to an awareness of the “primal midline,” a naturally rising energetic midline that is part of a wider ordering field, that is a basic organizational midline for all tissue form.
- Lectures 5
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 4
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
Introduction to Talks on Craniosacral Biodynamics
Franklyn Sills briefly introduces the course
Introduction to Craniosacral Biodynamics
This talk takes a look of people and processes that have influenced Franklyn Sills in the development of biodynamic work.
This presents an orientation to what Dr William Garner Sutherland called "primary respiration," the fundamental ordering forces of life.
The Inherent Treatment Plan
This is a discussion of how clinical process may arise within the context of practitioner presence and primary respiration.
This talk offers an exploration of the nature of the energetic organizing midline of all cells and tissues, which is present from the first moments of life.