Photo by André Larsson, TherapyBiodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Practitioner TrainingCraniosacral Therapy

* 3RD - 4TH OCTOBER 2020 *

In this workshop we will take time to develop our sensory awareness. We will learn to feel functional anatomy in a very precise way, learn to feel both internal and external fulcrums and develop our connection with the long tide. This course is for practitioners who wish to develop precision and experience the unfolding of physiological process in the body in relation to the Health. We will take specific themes and explore them in depth, gaining a feeling-sense experience of complex processes, learning at the time to address challenging health issues. The deeper our relationship to the potential of Health in our patients and the more precise our palpation/feeling sense, the deeper the therapeutic process in the patient. There will be lectures but most of our time will be spent learning to experience nature’s expression in our patients. Sensory experience needs time to be absorbed and processed so there will plenty of time to discuss our experiences and learn within a supportive group setting.

Topics to be covered:

  1. Refining our lens - from the macro to the micro in palpation
  2. Down-regulating the amygdala in anxiety disorders
  3. Evaluating hippocampal blood supply/toxic markers in dementia disorders
  4. Fulcrums and timelines, exploring story
  5. Light, potency and ignition - in autoimmunity and depression
  6. Exploring functional fields - emotional, embryonic and metabolic fields as examples
  7. Deepening our connection with the long tide.

Course Tutors:

Ian Wright qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 1992, and has taught Cranial and Paediatric Osteopathy for over 25 years internationally, including Russia, Sweden, Germany, Italy, UK and Ireland. He founded the Irish Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy, teaching paediatrics to osteopaths and treating complex cases in a charity clinic setting. He is a teacher and Fellow of the Sutherland Cranial College (UK), and teaches with the International Paediatric Pathway in Italy. He practices in Florence, London and Ireland. Ian’s book ‘Dynamics of Stillness’ was released in October 2019.

Mary Bolingbroke trained at the British School of Osteopathy graduating in 1992, and has continued to specialise in cranial work. She started teaching at the British School of Osteopathy in 1993 and set up a multi-disciplinary clinic at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London. She co-founded the Irish Diploma In Paediatrics with Ian in 2009 and she is on the Biodynamics of Osteopathy faculty, and regularly teaches on Biobasics courses. Mary has a great interest in teaching as well as treating people of all ages and animals including horses, dogs and the occasional parrot.

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 October 3rd and from 9.30am to 5.30pm on October 4th.


£230 if the fee is received by 30th August 2020, or £250 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: 020-7101 3915