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CE2.20 A Foundational Training in Cranial Sacral Therapy: Integrating Field Phenomena, Embryology and Presence- Module 4: Development and Manifestation of Primary Midlines is a Course

CE2.20 A Foundational Training in Cranial Sacral Therapy: Integrating Field Phenomena, Embryology and Presence- Module 4: Development and Manifestation of Primary Midlines

Aug 7 - Aug 13, 2020

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Full course description

Event Name:

CE2.20 A Foundational Training in Cranial Sacral Therapy: Integrating Field Phenomena, Embryology and Presence
Module 4: Development and Manifestation of Primary Midlines

Event Type(s):

Continuing Education

Description:

Dates/Times:

 

August 7-13, 2020 (day off August 10)
9:00 - 5:15pm

Course Number:

 

CE2.20

Instructor(s):

 

Carol Ann Agneessens, MS &

Ray McCall, MA

Cost:

 

$1,275 + $50 administrative fee

CE Credits:

 

6 DIRI Elective Credits
42 NCBTMB Continuing Education Hours

Class Info:

 

Carol Agneessens

Housing Info:

 

Mary Contreras or check Air BnB


This Foundational Training in Cranial Sacral Therapy is an integrative approach that cultivates perception, touch and embodied presence within the format of a cranial sacral education. This training delves into the tidal phenomena and therapeutic forces that shape and sustain health. In addition, emphasis is placed on cranial anatomy, neural physiology, treatment protocols, and embryological development. Embryology is the underlying ground of formation and interrelationships of the body.

This approach will be immediately relevant to your somatic practice.

This course is offered in four - 6 day modules with the 4th day off.

Each module builds on the one before. Therefore, modules can only be attended in the order they are offered. For example, you may take Modules 1-4 in order, but cannot take Module 2 without first completing Module 1,  you cannot take Module 3 without first completing Modules 1 & 2, and you cannot take Module 4 without first completing Modules 1 through 3.

Carol A Agneessens, MS. For over 37 years, Carol has been a practitioner of Rolfing and Rolf Movement. She has been teaching cranial sacral trainings since 2005. Her continuing inquiry into cultivating one's perception, receptive touch, and the embryonic forces underlying formation fuel this exploration. She has been a member of the Rolf Institute faculty since 1993.

Ray McCall, MA. This is Ray's 40th year as a Rolfer. He has an abiding interest in becoming embodied and being awake. The focus of his work is to support people in fully engaging in their lives and authentically expressing themselves in their world. Ray teaches basic classes, CE workshops and advanced trainings in the US and internationally.