Course Syllabus

Module One
Relationship, the Neutral and the Breath of Life

Module Two
The Ground of Resource and Motion:
The Holistic Shift, the Mid-tide and Motility

Module Three
The Heart of Healing: the Neutral and the State of Balance

Module Four
Augmentation Skills

Module Five
Birth Process and the Coalescence of Structure

Module Six
Around the Core: The Midline and Vertebral Axis

Module Seven
Introduction to the Central Nervous System and Birthing Impacts further Explored

In this module Dynamic Stillness is explored as a starting point in session work and the innate ground from which all healing processes emerge. The main emphasis then focuses on the dynamics of the central nervous system. CNS motility is explored from an embryological viewpoint and the palpation of its motility is emphasised. Issues of CNS facilitation and hypersensitivity are explored clinically. Students learn to orient to CNS shock affect and shock discharge within healing processes. Students also learn to further orient to the Long Tide and to field phenomena that it generates as initiating forces in healing processes. Birth related issues are also further explored. The concept of birth forces as traumatic impacts that lodge within bony tissues is introduced, and the intraosseous dynamics of the occiput, temporal bone and sphenoid bone are explored. Clinical trauma skills in relationship to dissociative states are also introduced.

Module Eight
The Face, Hard Palate and TMJ Dynamics

Module Nine
Connective Tissues, Joints and Viscera

Module Ten
Ignition Processes and Completions