Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapyworkshops
with Paula Rasmussen, CST, RYT200
Beginners are welcome.
No Particular background or experience is necessary,
just a sincere interest in learning how to heal both Self and others.
Choose from Two Dates in April 2013: 18, 19, 20 OR 27, 28, 29
Total 18 hrs. (6 hrs a day for 3 days)
10am-1pm experiential / lunch1-2 / practicum 2- 5pm
In my own practice, I have been developing an experiential approach integrating yoga and craniosacral, which I call Biodynamic Yoga, and which provides the opportunity to learn, practice and share basic Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy through direct experience. I may or may not include elements of Biodynamic Yoga during these classes.
- Develop Presence
- Develop a sense of Contact and Grounding
- Negotiate your Energetic Boundaries
- Establish the right Physical Distance
- Hand contact
- Stillness & Still point
Space is limited. For registration and information please call: Paula 505-603-8015
Location: 215 Sombrio Drive, Casa Solana area of Santa Fe
Cost: $350, sliding scale options available
Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy is a hands-on healing art that Physically-Influences the central nervous system; brain; spinal column, and the fluid that bathes it. Emotionally- Can provide the resources and space to explore our emotional landscape. It accesses a deep sense of Self within and a safe container for emotional issues to resolve. Spiritually- Can open doors to both our hearts and soul, profoundly changing our lives.
Instructor:Paula Rasmussen has 18 years of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy experience to which she has integrated Yoga, Meditation, Mindfulness. Her workshops are creative, lively, and insightful. Paula has a private practice in Santa Fe. She specializes in trauma recovery, life transition, and detoxification.
The Craniosacral System is an interrelated system throughout the whole body that consists of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluidthat surround and protect the brain and spinal cord and includes the bones of the skull, face and mouth, which make up the cranium, through the vertebrae down to the sacrum and coccyx, or tailbone area.
Craniosacral work is personal contact with the dynamic stillness of being and our collaboration with the ‘Breath of Life’ to heal our body from the inside-out. The cerebro-spinal fluid (CSF) relates to meditative rest and the central core of the unbound self. Characteristic qualities of CSF are effortlessness, stillness in activity, awareness, and flow through the spine, (head to tail) and from the spine outward to the periphery, sustained timelessness, and infinite spaciousness.