Photo by André Larsson, TherapyBiodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Practitioner TrainingCraniosacral Therapy



D.O., R.C.S.T., B.C.S.T., A.B.D.


* 29TH - 30TH SEPTEMBER 2018 *

The voice reveals our emotions. The sounds of anguish and despair or of triumph and joy are universally understood and compelling. The tone of voice tells us more than the words that are spoken; it is primal, animal – a key component of the Social Nervous System.

In this seminar we will explore the larynx – the mechanism and psychology of voice production. Can we speak up for ourselves and be heard? Are we silenced by fear or emboldened by rage?

The hyoid bone, formed from two pharyngeal folds in the embryo, is the anchor of the tongue. It is a central anatomical component of the throat, a solid strut in its tensegrity structure and the root of many muscles. In practice we often feel that the head is cut off from the rest of the body, representing a loss of connection between our instinctual gut brain and our rational head brain and between our ability to act and to feel. Intimate work with the hyoid is vital for resolving throat inertia to help ‘reconnect the head to the body’.

Course Tutor:

KATHERINE UKLEJA D.O., R.C.S.T., B.C.S.T.Katherine graduated in osteopathy and then qualified as a Craniosacral Therapist. She has many years experience of teaching foundation trainings and advanced courses for qualified Craniosacral Therapists and Cranial Osteopaths. Her extensive Craniosacral training began in 1987 and gradually led her to studying with Franklyn Sills. She has been a Course Coordinator at the Karuna Institute and is now a Course Coordinator for the Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust. Katherine has become an internationally respected and influential figure in the Craniosacral profession, regularly giving presentations at conferences and running courses internationally. She lives in Devon with her husband and daughter, and is also an artist and paints textiles.

Venue and Times:

Skylight Centre, 49 Corsica Street, London N5 1JT. Nearest station: Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line and Mainline). From 9.30am to 6.00pm on September 29th and from 9.30am to 5.30pm on September 30th.


£220 if the fee is received by 17th August 2018, or £240 if the fee is received after this date. All fees are non-refundable. Please make cheques payable to CTET, or contact our administrator for bank details to make a transfer.

For further details and bookings please contact:

Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust,
78 York Street,
London W1H 1DP,
Tel: 07000-785778