Chicago Training 2017-2018
Body Intelligence Training offers a 2 year practitioner course in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy in Chicago, Illinois for existing health professionals considering adding a new modality to their work as well as individuals wanting to start a career in an exciting and evolving therapy. Click on the links below to jump to the relevant section:
|Seminar||Scheduled Date||Planned Tutor|
|Sem 1||3-7 May 2017||Josef Steiner|
|Sem 2||5-9 July 2017||Steve Lane|
|Sem 3||4-8 October 2017||Brian Tierney|
|Sem 4||22-26 November 2017 (NB dates have changed)||Josef Steiner
||24-28 January 2018
||4-8 April 2018
||23-27 May 2018
||25-29 July 2018
||26-30 September 2018||Brian Tierney|
||28 Nov-2 December 2018||Josef Steiner
PLEASE NOTE: Participants can attend the first seminar without committing to the full course. This seminar is an introduction into basic contact skills and relating to biodynamic movements and will provide an opportunity to experience the approach and appreciate the extent of the curriculum.
Chicago Oneness Center, 4003 N Broadway 2nd Floor Chicago, IL 60613
For the whole training sem 1 through sem 10 the fee is US9,444. The training is non-residential.
The training offers three ways of paying. For payment of the full course fee up front there's a discounted fee of US$8,972. Or there are payment plans offered.
Deposit of US$944 (non-refundable) is required upon acceptance (the deposit is the fee for the first seminar). Remainder to be paid according to the following payment options:
Payment Option 1 - Balance of discounted full course fee US$8,028 due immediately after the first seminar.
Payment Option 2 - 3 x Instalments
First Instalment US$2833 due immediately after seminar 1
Second Instalment US$2833 due immediately after seminar 3
Third Instalment US$2833 due immediately after seminar 5
Full amount comes to US$9,444 with the deposit.
Payment Option 3 - 20 x Monthly Instalments
20 monthly instalments of US$446 (includes 5% administration fee). First instalment is due immediately after the first seminar. Full amount comes to US$9,864 with the deposit.
Entry into a payment plan is deemed to be a commitment to paying the whole course fee.
The Intro Day is designed to provide a taste of this exciting and evolving body therapy science. You will explore through self experiential exercises and contact sessions the nature of Health and how to feel the expressions of Health as subtle biodynamic motions in the body. We will discuss trauma and how its effects are safely resolved with BCST. You will have a chance to meet some of the course tutors and discuss the course structure and material.
Intro talks 2017:
Saturday April 15, 2017 1-3pm
Venue Chicago Oneness Center, 4003 N Broadway 2nd Floor Chicago, IL 60613. Free of charge. Booking essential.
Cointact Tom on 312-545-5012 or email@example.com
Brian Tierney has been an integrative healing arts practitioner since 1999 and has worked consistently to synthesize multiple streams of psychosomatic approaches to health and wholeness. As a Yoga instructor, transformational dance educator, and PhD student in diversified Depth Psychology, Brian continues to place himself at the cutting edge of the healing arts and sciences. Biodynamic Craniosacral work has been a powerful foundation stone to his clinical work- he has studied and practiced several styles of Craniosacral work but found a home base in Biodynamics when he worked with cancer patients in New Zealand at a Naturopath clinic. Brian is also a certified practitioner in the Rolf Method of Structural Integration and a leader-in-training for an international organization that provides Rites of Passage experiences for men. For more info about Brian visit www.nrintegratedtherapies.com
Steve was introduced to Craniosacral Therapy through his initial bodywork training. He started with the Upledger Institute before finding his way to the Biodynamic approach with CTET after experiencing the simplicity and transformative nature of the work. He enjoys supporting the personal and professional growth of students as they integrate the learning into their lives. Steve’s teaching reflects his belief that the depth of the work becomes available when learning is enjoyable. Clinical interests include trauma, addiction, stress and pain and he practices in private clinics, a hospital and community organisations. Steve enjoys food, movement, sport, music, films and being with his family www.steve-lane.org
Josef Steiner runs a busy Biodynamic Craniosacral practice in Naduir - his alternative health centre on the west coast of Ireland www.naduir.blogspot.com He studied and completed his BCST training in the Karuna institute under Franklyn Sills and Colin Perow. He has been involved as a tutor in the Body Intelligence trainings in Ireland with Steve Haines from the very beginning. Josef has entertained a deep interest in Mind-body arts for many years. He has studied the Japanese martial art of Aikido for 30 years and has been teaching Aikido for over 20 years. He is continuously inspired by movement art and music, maintains an ongoing study of the Violoncello and practices and teaches the Argentine tango. Since his childhood in the Austrian Alps he has maintained a deep interest and connection to the natural world and maintains a self sufficient life style continuously exploring enhanced organic gardening methods, nutrition, food preservation and beekeeping. He regularly teaches the acquired knowledge to the local community. To find out more about Josef visit his web site www.j-steiner.com
Mary Ganzon brings to her Biodynamic Craniosacral practice over 20 years of movement experience including teaching Pilates for fitness and rehabilitation, performing and dancing in the world of choreography, solo and contact improvisation, many studies and professional development in modalities including Alexander Technique, Feldenkrais, Tai Chi and Chi Gong, Body-Mind Centering, and Continuum. She is also a practitioner in the Tibetan Buddhist Kagyu lineage.
Upon successful completion of the training you will be certified as a biodynamic craniosacral therapy practitioner.
The training is accredited by the Pacific Association of Craniosacral Therapists (PACT), a professional body which maintains standards and protects both craniosacral practitioners and their clients. The association covers therapists in Australia, New Zealand, India, SE Asia and N. America.
The training is recognized by the Association of National Health Practitioners of Canada (NHCP) which sets competency-based standards for natural health disciplines and modalities in Canada.
The following senior tutors are approved teachers of the Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America (BCTA/NA) which sets standards in practice and education. See details of eligibility.
The training in Dublin is accredited by the Craniosacral Therapy Association (CSTA), a professional body which maintains standards and represents therapists in the UK. Trainings in Brighton, Edinburgh and Galway are currently in the process of seeking accreditation with the CSTA.
The training is accredited by the Irish Association of Craniosacral Therapists (IACST), a professional body which maintains standards and represents therapists in Ireland.
The training is accredited by the Craniosacral Therapy Association of France, a professional body which maintains standards and protects both craniosacral practitioners and their clients.
The training is a member of the International Affiliation of Biodynamic Trainings (IABT) which is an affiliation of schools who operate to a commonly agreed set of standards in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy courses. Member schools offer the designation BCST (Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist) to graduates of its foundation training and also a post-graduate designation ABD (Advanced Biodynamic Diploma) indicating an additional 300 hours of training. For more on the ABD click here.
Diploma and Professional Designation
Upon successful completion of the training students will be graduated with an award of a Diploma in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and permission to use the designation BCST. Upon joining a professional Craniosacral association the graduate will be given permission to use the designation RCST.