Our Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy® certification training is a 700-hour program (350 Classroom hours) based on the work and teachings of Franklyn Sills, RPP, RCST® and other leaders in the Biodynamic field. The model is the original work of Dr. William Sutherland, D.O. in the 1900′s. The curriculum is designed to meet Registered Craniosacral Therapist (RCST®) certification requirements by the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America.
The course is taught in ten modules, five days each, about two months apart. Each module teaches and reviews aspects of the Biodynamic paradigm and deepens students’ knowledge of Craniosacral Therapy by teaching approaches to specific body areas and expressions of Health and illness.
Module one and four may be taken independently, but for certification purposes and in support of group dynamics and relationships, those desiring to complete the course and be eligible for RCST status should plan to take the ten modules concurrently.
The School of Inner Health is owned by Walking Wisdom, LLC whose members are Margaret and Chris Rosenau. Margaret Rosenau is also the Director of the school and the teacher of the Craniosacral Biodynamics program.
The School of Inner Health is a holistic educational organization committed to quality instruction and a supportive authentic environment. Our classes are body centered, diverse and experiential. We are a locus of innovation and by teaching skills that increase capacity, connection and comprehension, we offer students new ways of being in the world both professionally and personally.
Margaret teaches with confidence, patience, and a presence that makes it easy to learn difficult concepts. Her knowledge shines through and inspires me to learn more, delve deeper, and trust the dynamic process of this beautiful work.
“Absorbing even one lecture of Margaret’s practical knowldge is like soaking in gold. She is a straightforward and grounded wife and mother and her presence in my life has permantly changed my own relationships. In an age of struggle and ego, I can now say I am strong enough to give my best self to my loved ones each day. I have the deepest gratitude for her tools and mentorship.”
The Intelligence of Healing
The forces that generate healing are the same forces that made the body at its’ beginning, and they are always present within the system. The practitioner’s role is to support the natural emergence of that ordering principle from within the system. Rather then trying to diagnose a problem and fix it through interventions, the Biodynamic Craniosacral approach is primarily to facilitate conditions in which the natural forces within the body and emanating from the field external to the body are mobilized and optimized to self-correct the condition from within. –David Ridinger