Franklyn Sills – Craniosacral Biodynamics – Foundations and Core Principles (8 DVD set)
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Franklyn Sills MA, UKCP, RCST, BCST
Franklyn Sills is the leading innovator in the field of Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy. His work has inspired a whole generation of therapists. In this recording Sills explores and describes, with an invited audience, what Craniosacral Biodynamics is, where it came from and what it can do. There are four in-depth training demonstration sessions that accompany the talks which have a commentary by Sills of the work he is doing with the client. These demonstration sessions offer a unique training opportunity.
The purpose of these recordings is to clarify the clinical approaches in biodynamics and in doing so support practitioners and teachers who are practicing, as well as students in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. Recorded at the Karuna Institute, Devon, UK
Content of Craniosacral Biodynamics – Foundations and Core Principles
Disc titles: (All of the below are included when you purchase the whole set: if you want to stream just one of the items just click on the blue link below)
Disc 1 Talk One ‘Biodynamics Beginnings’. In this talk Franklyn Sills gives an overview and context to the development of Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy and they key figures, ideas and principles involved. (Duration: 55 Minutes)
Disc 2 Talk Two ‘The Breath of Life, Primary Respiration and the ‘Three Bodies’. In this talk Sills introduces key concepts to Craniosacral Biodynamics (Duration: 97 Minutes).
Disc 3 Talk Three. ‘The unfolding of the inherent treatment plan part one: The relational Filed and Holistic Shift’. (Duration: 42 Minutes) Talk Four: ‘The unfolding of the inherent treatment plan (2) The imprints of history, universal and conditional forces, inertial fulcrums’ (Duration: 59 Minutes).
Disc 4 Demonstration One: A demonstration session with a client which is focussed around ‘An Orientation to Holistic Shift’. This segment features extensive parallel commentary from Franklyn Sills to elicit practical teachings of use to practitioners and students alike (Duration: 57 Minutes). Talk Five. The unfolding of the inherent treatment Plan (3). healing Dynamics within the fluid and physical bodies, decisions made by primary respiration, Dr Beckers three phase awareness. (Duration 30 Minutes)
Disc 5 Demonstration Session Two: ‘How the Healing Process Unfolds’ This program features extensive parallel commentary from Franklyn Sills to elicit practical teachings of use to practitioners and students alike. (Duration 50 Minutes). Demonstration Session Five: ‘Three Body Tidal Meditation’ to be played as a meditation. (Duration 22 Minutes)
Disc 6 Demonstration Session Three: ‘Safety of the Field’ touching deep early trauma. This segment features extensive parallel commentary from Franklyn Sills to elicit practical teachings of use to practitioners and students alike (Duration 68 Minutes) Talk Six: ‘Ordering matrix, primal midline and tissue motility’. (Duration 44 Minutes).
DIsc 7 Talk Seven: ‘Biodynamics Overview’: in this talk Franklyn Sills gives an extraordinary review of the material referencing the earlier talks and lands an essential understanding of the purpose, intent and power of ‘Craniosacral Biodynamics, Foundations and Core Principles’. (Duration 75 Minutes)
Disc 8 Demonstration Session Four: ‘Heart Centered Beings’ This segment features extensive parallel commentary from Franklyn Sills to elicit practical teachings of use to practitioners and students alike (Duration 76 Minutes) Talk Eight: ‘The long tide and primal stillness’. (Duration: 27 Minutes)
Franklyn Sills is the early pioneer in the development of a biodynamic approach to craniosacral therapy, which has now spread in various forms around the world. The emphasis in a biodynamic approach is on the formative forces that organize and order our human form and life process – from the original shaping of the embryo, to the maintenance of form and the orchestration of healing processes throughout life. This DVD/Memory stick series offers a great opportunity to hear Franklyn describe and demonstrate the current biodynamic approach as taught and practiced at the Karuna Institute. Lectures, demonstration sessions and exchanges will ensure that you receive up-to-date input on current orientations as well as perceptual and clinical skills. In these talks Franklyn will weave together an understanding of primary respiration, the local bioelectric ordering field, the nature of the three bodies – the physical, fluid and tidal bodies – the functions of the fluid tide, Long Tide, and Dynamic Stillness, and the healing dynamics initiated by the Breath of Life within these dynamics, classically called ‘the inherent treatment plan.’
Craniosacral Biodynamics – Foundations and Core Principles
Hearing Franklyn talk through the current biodynamic approach in its fullness at the same time as embodying and demonstrating this ie: the three bodies and the unfolding inherent treatment plans, was a viscerally extraordinary experience. Having trained before the current approach was completely integrated into the Karuna programme, these lectures left me feeing clear and embodied in each of the different aspects of the work, and am excited to explore more.
Jane Okondo, Craniosacral Therapist
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