Cranial Kinesiology

The Cranial system has been shown to have fine respiratory-like movements. Through the
practice of Cranial Kinesiology, we are learning to free the flow of the CSF, releasing tension in
the meninges (the 3 maters), and creating free movement of the cranial bones in relation to
each other. The end result of this is optimal free movement of the cranial respiratory system.
This cranial respiration has been observed to affect the whole body. It has been found that the
pulses observed and felt in the cranial bones has a master relationship to other rhythms
inclusive of all the cells, tissues and organs, regulating also breath and heart rate.

The pioneers of craniosacral therapy were osteopaths. They understood that the free
movement of the cranium was an expression of the level of connectivity between the soul and
the physical body. As the soul descends and integrates with the body then the cranial
movement is freeing and improving. As the soul disconnects from the physical body then the
cranial movement restricts. This concept follows on from content covered in Principles of
Energy Medicine (POEM), which talks about how the chakras are the vehicles of descension and
that our traumas, especially in our early development, impede the entry of the soul into the
body. Consequently, in this course we build a close relationship between the chakras and the
cranial mechanism offering a unique dimension to the body of craniosacral knowledge and

  • Structure of the cranium
  • Cranial respiration
  • Fluid Intelligence
  • The relationship between form and consciousness
  • The Primal Midline
  • Bio-resonance
  • The higher Chakras
  • Delivering cranial support
  • Working with the Tissue Layers
  • Chakras and the cranial mechanism
  • Rhythm Balance
  • Endocrine Balances