BackgroundThe craniosacral system consists primarily of cerebral and spinal meninges, cranial bone, cerebrospinal fluid and other physiological structures. It fulfils a lifelong rhythmical movement. This extending and contracting movement - flexion and extension - can be felt. The frequency of this movement is between 6 and 12 cycles per minute.
An undisturbed craniosacral system without tensions enables the brain, central nervous system and organ system to work in a healthy manner. Restraints in the conditions under which these fluids work do have a negative impact on both, body and mind.
Developed in the 1970’s by the osteopath, John Upledger, a craniosacral therapy session allows the therapist to feel with inquiring hands the motions of the craniosacral rhythm on different parts of the body, acting softly with or against the flow of the system. This helps the patient to relax in every respect - physically, mentally and energetically. He or she can relax in a holistic sense. Craniosacral therapy can be applied to many different symptoms.
- Section 1
Craniosacral rhythm, anatomy, hands-on technique and meaning of the handholds, exercises
- Section 2
Repetition and deepening knowledge, anatomy, visceral cranium, natural dentition, exercises
- Section 3
Systemic constellations, repetition and deepening knowledge, diagnosis, energetic work, somato-emotional coherences, therapeutic dialogue, exercises
- Section 4
Repetition and deepening knowledge, intensified diagnosing, intensified treatment, consolidation of contents, exercises, overview and outlook
RequirementsKnowledge of the anatomy of the skeletal system is advantageous, but not an essential prerequisite.
ScopeThe training can only be booked as a whole. It comprises 120 teaching units and is subdivided into four blocks containing four days each. In order to gain more experience, it is the participant’s responsibility to practice and deepen what they have learned in between the sections.
Professional practiceMasseurs and other health care professionals practice Craniosacral therapy within the scope of their own profession. Practicing craniosacral therapy on a freelance basis will require the registration of a business as, "Freier Energetiker" or as liberal profession ("Craniosacral-Balancing"). For a successful business registration, it is recommended to seek advice at the trade office.
Course instructorMichael Roos
is a physiotherapist, a natural health professional (Heilpraktiker), and also offers systemic family constellations, constellations for couples and systemic constellations according to Hellinger, craniosacral therapy and training. He is founder and head of the private therapy centre "therraMiro - Naturheil- und Seminarpraxis" firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant trainersNicole Mayer
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Aug. 31 - Sep. 03
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|Thursday 2 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Friday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 6.30 p.m.
Sunday. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Section 3 starts earlier on
Thursday at 10 a.m.
(*) Schloss-Schule - Family-Member:
Schloss-Schule- Familiy-Members are entitled to 10 per cent discount on the applicable fee. You will become a family member, when you are booking 3 courses or trainings in advance, or beginning with the third course/training you are booking. Once a Family-Member, you retain this status for three years. The family member fee is not applicable to some specific courses.