Craniosacral Biodynamics resources.

Here are some great resources to learn more about this blend of bodywork and energy work.

First, for inspiration and insight into Craniosacral Biodynamics: Beautiful movements: murmuration, Northern lights, primary respiration

Franklyn Sills, who was the first to teach biodynamic craniosacral therapy, has a website, Craniosacral Biodynamics.

The Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America educates the public about the training and practice of biodynamic craniosacral therapy and provides support to member practitioners and teachers.

A brief history of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. From BCTA/NA, this article describes the development of this modality.

Craniosacral Therapy and the Energetic Body: An Overview of Craniosacral Biodynamics, by Roger Gilchrist, 2006. This is the clearest, most accessible book for those wishing to know more about Biodynamics, focusing on the spiritual and energetic components of the work and its history and evolution.

The Wellness Institute: Energetic Studies website describes the education and training opportunities that Roger Gilchrist offers in the U.S. and abroad as well as distance learning options.

The HeartMath Institute offers information, research, training, videos, technology, and more to help you increase coherence — a key benefit of Craniosacral Biodynamics.

Your Sense of Coherence article explains coherence, one of the important ways that Craniosacral Biodynamics optimizes health.

The Craniosacral Resource Center in Southlake, TX, offers basic and advanced craniosacral therapy courses taught by Ryan Hallford.

The Craniosacral Podcast consists of numerous interviews that Ryan Hallford has done with practitioners on a variety of topics relating to craniosacral therapy. It’s available on Apple, Stitcher, and Podtail.

Although not oriented to the biodynamic way of working, the Upledger Institute International offers numerous trainings in biomechanical craniosacral therapy that practitioners may find useful.