Mindfulness in Biodynamic Practice


Franklyn Sills and Michael Shea ( excerpt) Biodynamic craniosacral therapy is a mindfulness-based mind-body therapy, grounded in practitioner presence, attunement and negotiated contact. In mindfulness we enter a state of present-time awareness. In it, we attend to the present perceptual moment, free of any judgment or evaluation. Mindfulness practice begins by noticing the events of […]

Resources, a precious tool in Craniosacral Biodynamic.


Resources, in Craniosacral Biodynamic, are the aspects of a person’s constitution that support and nurture well being. They contribute to our ability to adapt to change and handle stress. They are strengths to draw on in threatening or dangerous situations. Resources are both internal and external: External resources can include people as well as places […]