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Boulder, Co-A Foundational Training in Cranial Sacral Therapy: Integrating Field Phenomena, Embryology and Presence
Friday, August 30, 2019, 9:00 AM to Thursday, September 05, 2019, 5:30 PM MDT
Category: National CE Courses


Module 1
Friday, August 30th, 2019-Thursday, September, 5th, 2019 (No session on 9/2)

Location: Boulder, CO 

Tuition: $1275.00 + $50 Admin Fee

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Carol A. Agneessens
(831) 588-2813
[email protected]

A Foundational Training in Cranial Sacral Therapy: Integrating Field Phenomena, Embryology and Presence 

Organizational Host: Carol Agneessens

Credits: 42 NCBTMB CEU

Course Description: This Foundational Training in Cranial Sacral Therapy is an integrative approach that cultivates perception, touch and embodied presence within the format of a cranial sacral education. This training delves into the tidal phenomena and therapeutic forces that shape and sustain health. In addition, emphasis is placed on cranial anatomy, neural physiology, treatment protocols, and embryological development. Embryology is the underlying ground of formation and interrelationships of this body. This approach will be immediately relevant to your somatic therapeutic practice.Module 1 is the first of four - six day modules and can be taken alone. Module 1: Cultivating Touch and Perception: The Art of Healing•An overview of cranio-sacral phenomena.•Principles and Theory of a Tidal Orientation: Stillness, Resonance and Neutral•Cranial anatomy: Bones, Sutures, Meninges and Venous Sinuses.•Orientation & Attunement: Embryological beginnings , Energetic nodes of function , Perceptual depth / deepening stillness / presence•Midline formations•Treatment protocols•Engaging and expanding through the core-link.

Carol A Agneessens has been a practitioner of Rolfing and Movement Integration for over 37 years. She began her studies in Cranio-sacral therapy in 1982. She has been teaching cranial sacral since 2005. Her studies in Embryology influence her teaching and understanding of our implicit wholeness, dimensions of being and the grounding flows underlying formation.

Ray McCall has 40 years experience as a Rolfer. As a RISI Advanced faculty member he teaches basic, Advanced and Continuing Education classes both in the States and Abroad. His particular interest is the energetic taxonomy and how change occurs: how we more fully become and express who we are.