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Craniosacral Biodynamics
Craniosacral Biodynamics Full Professioanal Training
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Craniosacral Biodynamics at Karuna

Two Year Professional Training in Craniosacral Biodynamics:

Diploma Course comprised of five five-day modules and five
four-day seminars

Tutors:2017 :
Franklyn Sills, Founder and co-Director of the Karuna Institute; Tanya Desfontaines, Senior Tutor; Hugh Harrison, Tutor; Jo Feat, Tutor and Angela Tresidder, Tutor (a new first-time Tutor will also be added to the team before the start of the training)

Brief details:
The professional training in Craniosacral Biodynamics is taught residentially at Karuna over five five-day seminars and five four-day seminars spread over a two-year period. (45 days in total). The meetings are approximately bimonthly. During the course, students are required to undertake coursework and a clinical project, and to arrange practice sessions between seminar meetings. Supervision, feedback and course handouts are provided throughout the training. Students undergo continual assessment and are required to achieve a professional standard of practice before graduation. Formal tutor hands-on assessments occur halfway through the course and towards the end of the training.

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Successful completion of this course leads to a Diploma in Craniosacral Biodynamic Therapy. Graduates are eligible for accreditation by the Craniosacral Therapy Association of the United Kingdom and the Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America, which recognise this course. This training is also affiliated to other biodynamic training institutions worldwide via IABT, the International Affiliation of Biodynamic Trainings and graduates can also use the designation BCST to indicate that they have graduated from a biodynamic training.

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Course dates and costs 2018 - 20
Course dates and costs 2017 - 19
Course dayes and costs 2016 - 18

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