Module 1

Boney Body 8hours

Introduction to living anatomy, spine, cranium and boney landmarks

Structure and Relationship

Introduction to living anatomy, spine, cranium and boney landmarks.

Course Content

Introduction to the course

Introduction to principles of relationship and palpation

Terminology

The principle of health as an active force

How we build ourselves – a look at embryological development

Living bone and the skeleton

Axial and appendicular skeleton and introduction to joints

Mechanisms of breathing

Bone formation the development, structure and function of bone and its constituent parts including bone marrow and osseous blood supply

Introduction to cells and physiology and microanatomy of bone

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge of the main themes of living anatomy

Starting the journey of meditative awareness of your skeletal structure 

Appreciation of the centrality of the spine, the pelvis and skull

Appreciation of bones and their structure and function

Skills and confidence about locating boney landmarks

Skill to track your own breathing mechanisms

Steve Haines

Steve Haines has been a bodyworker for over 20 years. He is the author of the award winning ‘Anxiety Is Really Strange’, part of a series of graphic books that include ‘Pain Is Really Strange’ and ‘Trauma Is Really Strange’. Understanding the science of pain and trauma has transformed his approach to healing. He has studied Yoga, Shiatsu, Craniosacral Therapy, and Trauma Releasing Exercises TRE®. He is a UK registered Chiropractor and teaches TRE and Cranial all over the world. His treatments now use education, embodied awareness, and light touch to help people move more freely and be more present. Steve lives and works between London and Geneva. www.bodycollege.net

Ged Sumner

Ged Sumner is a practicing Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist (BCST) and Chi Kung Teacher. He has also studied shiatsu, healing and attachment based psychoanalytical psychotherapy. He is the director of Body Intelligence which offers BCST courses internationally.   'You are How you Move: Experiential Chi Kung'. He is the author of anubmer of books including 'Body Intelligence – Creating a New Environment' which explores felt sense anatomy, 'You are How you Move: Experiential Chi Kung' and 'Body Intelligence Meditation: Finding presence through embodiment'. He is co-author of 'Cranial Intelligence - A Practical Guide to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy' which is a foundational guide to BCST. He has a degree in Chemistry.

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Course Content

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1. Introduction to the course
2. How we build ourselves: A first look at embryological development
3. Skeleton: Axial and appendicular
4. Introduction to joints
5. Mechanisms of breathing
6. Bones: Development, structure and function of living bone