Cranio 4 incl. Repetition Day Wetzikon 3 - Kientalerhof

Cranio 4 incl. Repetition Day Wetzikon 3

23800024

25. Apr. 2023 - 09:30 Uhr -
30. Apr. 2023 - 18:00 Uhr

Wetzikon

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Training biodynamic craniosacral therapy level 4 incl. repetition day basics 3

The ventricles, the neural tube, the cerebrospinal fluid system, the embryological development of the secondary midline. Essential aspects of the diencephalon, the limbic system, the thalamus and essential functions of the prefrontal cortex.

Course contents

In this course we delve into important structures of the brain and learn to make contact with them. We look at how the nervous system develops in the fluid world of the embryo, we understand that neural pathways can be viewed as flows to and from organs. Subtle approaches to communicating with the fluid world are taught. We learn to offer the system ways to heal itself, to access its inherent healing plan. Additional attention is given to the therapeutic role of stillness, awareness and induction of still points. Students will learn the classical concepts of CV4 and EV4 in a biodynamic way and practice their practical application.

Another point is the deepening of the resource-oriented regulation of hyper- and hypo-states in the autonomic nervous system. We deal with the embryological development of the neural tube as a secondary midline and the unfolding of the cranial nerves. We learn about the psychosomatic concept of the body ego, which provides an explanatory model for many of the systemic clinical pictures and emotional disorders we deal with in practice.

We look at the concept of embryological developmental movements, formulated in its basic form by the German embryologist Dr. Erich Blechschmidt, and how we can sense this in the adult body and make it part of our therapeutic practice.

Participants will deepen their knowledge of the structure of the nervous system and its connection to the biodynamic cranio-sacral concept. We learn the basics of how to study the living anatomy of the human being anatomically, functionally and phenomenologically.

  • The body ego and the primary emotions as the basis for the emergence of symptoms in the organism of a human being
  • The limbic system and its importance for emotions, memory and learning
  • The ventricular system and its connection to the brain
  • Ignition, kindling
  • Introduction to the concept of the eight diaphragms and their fascial connection with the structures of the body
  • The embryological development of the neural tube
  • Brain development in embryology
  • Pituitary gland and hormone production
  • Stimulating communication with tissues and fluids
  • First contact with embryological developmental movements in the human body


Course objectives

The participants
  • Learn the concept of the body ego and a concept of early emotional development of the infant
  • Do linguistic exercises with each other, following client conversations
  • Know the limbic system and its importance for emotions, memory and learning
  • Recognize in themselves and others reactions that have "limbic colorations"
  • Can describe and explain the importance of the limbic system
  • Make initial transfers of knowledge about the limbic system and ANS into their exercise practice
  • Know the ventricular system and its connections to structures of the diencephalon
  • Apply knowledge about the ventricular system in their practice
  • Know the eight diaphragms and manage the transfer of theory to practice
  • Have knowledge of the embryological development of the neural tube
  • deepen their perception of the neutral, (Jim Jealous, see level 3)
  • experience and practice communication with tissues, fluids and fulcra
  • know and understand the idea of kindling
  • understand embryological brain development
  • understand some hormone formations in the pituitary gland


Target group

Participants of biodynamic craniosacral training of the ISBC or other training institutes.

Remarks

40 hours of education/training, EMR/ASCA compliant

We reserve the right that in special situations the teaching team may change.

 

Course lecturer

Course teacher

Liliane FEHLMANN-GASENZER

Basic training, Further Education, Tronc Commun Principal of the ISBCT Kiental, lecturer at the ISBCT Kiental, practice for craniosacral therapy in Lenzburg with babies, children and adults, supervisor Craniosuisse and supervisor OdAKT, communication and process work, graduate training and group leader training at the Gesellschaft für Idiolektik (GIG) in Würzburg.

https://www.praxis-fehlmann.ch

Course teacher

Anath EICHENWALD

Basic training Physiotherapist, basic knowledge in movement pedagogy. Many years of experience in different dance and movement forms. Practice for craniosacral therapy in Basel for babies, children and adults. Training in craniosacral therapy with Friedrich Wolf at Kientalerhof. Cranio teacher training with Liliane Fehlmann and Friedrich Wolf. Supervisor CranioSuisse.

Course costs

CHF 1280 (excl. accommodation, meals and tourist tax)

CHF 1150 (excl. accommodation, meals and tourist tax). The early bird price is only applicable for a down payment of 20% 14 days after registration and payment of the remaining costs up to 60 days before the seminar begins. Please note sections 8, 20 and 21 of the terms and conditions.

Personal advice

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Tanja Oesch

Course management Craniosacral Wetzikon, Tronc Commun Wetzikon, Lymphatic Drainage, Ayurveda Nutrition and others.

Main Number: +41 33 676 26 76 | Direct Number: +41 78 850 40 84 (Mo-Fr, 08:30-10:45 Uhr) | E-Mail: tanja.oesch@kientalerhof.ch