Education of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Level 9 and Repetition Day 8The temporomandibular joint and the hyoid bone as the central connection between the base of the skull and the thorax. The floor of the mouth and its connection with the diaphragms, especially the pelvic floor.
The main topic is the theory of the three-part nervous system by Stephen Porges. The new view of the autonomic nervous system possible with the help of this theory and the new possibilities thereby also in practice are initiated and already rudimentarily encountered in practice at this level of training. In connection with the tripartite nervous system some cranial nerves play a role. The entirety of the cranial nerves is encountered, reflected upon and made aware of, and of course more deeply those cranial nerves that are specifically associated with the tripartite nervous system. Temporomandibular joint, masticatory muscles and ligaments of the temporomandibular joint are interesting structures in the context of the tripartite nervous system, with which we deal in theory and practice. All the above-mentioned structures we can also be shown by the embryo in the stage of the arch of the pharynx. The topic of communication gets a new importance by Stephen Porges in the context of the autonomic nervous system, in the context of health and also in relation to social contacts and being socially included. This "new" importance motivates us to reflect and share already made experiences and to expand already learned in the field of communication.
Course aimsThe students
- activate their knowledge regarding the autonomic nervous system and share experiences regarding this topic
- expand their understanding of the autonomic nervous system with Stephen Porges' theory of the three-part nervous system and open themselves to the new thoughts and new possibilities in practice that result from it
- recognize the importance of communication in the context of Stephen Porges' theory of the tripartite nervous system
- deal with the temporomandibular joint in theory and practice
- deal with the masticatory muscles and the ligamentous apparatus at the temporomandibular joint in theory and practice
- know the 12 cranial nerves in their entirety and deepen their knowledge of the cranial nerves associated with Stephen Porge's theory of the tripartite nervous system
- know the anatomy of the pharyngeal arches
- know the cranial nerves and skeletal elements associated with the pharyngeal arches
- approach the topic of whiplash in theory and practice and learn about the first possible encounters in practice
- encounter in class the hyoid bone and its muscular and ligamentous connections to the whole body system
Target groupParticipants of the Biodynamic Craniosacral Education of the ISBC Kiental or other schools.
RequirementsAttendance in Level 1 - 7 at the ISBC Kiental or equivalent courses at other institutes.
Remarks40 hours of education, EMR/ASCA compliant
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.
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.
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.