RESONANCE TRAININGS

Training Director: Paul Vick R.C.S.T

Providing Fully Accrecidted Trainings in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy since 1995

 

PURPOSE OF THE TRAINING:
The aim of the course is to graduate safe, skilled, and resourced practitioners, who have embodied and understood the nature of the healing process between the Body-Mind and the social environment.


Resonance Trainings overall commitment is to create communities of practitioners who can provide a nourishing and supportive environment to each other and the communities they serve.

VISION FOR RESONANCE TRAININGS

Resonance Trainings intention is to provide a high standard of teaching that encourages students to learn through their own discovery and development in a peaceful, spacious and supportive environment.


This is a specialised approach to teaching that allows for a dynamic interaction between students and tutors, where embodiment and understanding of the healing process are the heart of the endeavour,

and that a respectful and compassionate understanding of the healing process is both understood and experienced.

 

HOW IS THE TRAINING ORGANISED?

A/. The early part of the training program focuses on the development of practitioner skills, palpation skills and interpersonal skills.

B/. With this ground of experience, the practitioner begins to explore more detailed anatomical relationships and their inter-relationships in the body. Each study area is developed gradually and later reviewed and combined together with their inter-relationships. Within the training each study area will have detailed instruction relating to:


The anatomy & its embryological development

Palpation skills related to specific systems of the body

Assessment of states of health and the re-establishment of natural states of balance.

Therapeutic connections & related cranial skills


C/. Having developed a depth of receptivity through palpation, the practitioner learns to engage the client’s system at the level required to be therapeutically beneficial within a practice setting. Processes of integration are studied and applied, and ways of working with specific conditions are learnt.