12-Module BCST Training, May 2012 – May 2014

Health is a deep and abiding part of each person’s essential nature, and is never lost. Deep within each of us, health is always available, and can be palpated (felt) as slow, steady rhythmic sensation.

The Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Foundation Training

The Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy foundation training is based on the “Breath of LIfe” perspective of craniosacral therapy by the founder of the work, Dr. William Garner Sutherland, and the continuation of the work by Franklyn Sills (author of Craniosacral Biodynamics). You’ll learn to experience the ever-present health within yourself and others in this revolutionary approach to healthcare. In gentle, non-invasive interactions between practitioner and client, you’ll experience how the Inherent Health of each client comes to the foreground and expresses its vitality. In this dynamic process, the client’s patterns of pain, stress and trauma begin to resolve.

This training occurs in a series of 12 class modules over a period of about 2 years. The first and last modules of the training are 5-day classes. The middle 10 modules of the training are all 4-day classes. The topics of the full 12-module training are described below. You can become a Registered Craniosacral Therapist (RCST) upon satisfactory completion of this training, including attendance at all of the required classes.


The classes will be held at a Longmont location to be announced.

Class is held from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm each day


Tuition is $520 for each 4-day module & $650 for each 5-day module

For more information or to register, contact Gary Peterson


2012  Classes

May 3-6: Introduction to Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy – COMPLETED
June 20-24 (5 days): Beginning Skills of Perception and Palpation – COMPLETED
August 23-26 (4 days): Inherent Health, Tissues and Motility – COMPLETED
October 18-21 (4 days): States of Balance and Stillness
December 13-16 (4 days): Inertia, Fulcrums, Shapes and Augmentation Skills

2013 Classes

March 14-17 (4 days): The Central Nervous System
May 9-12 (4 days): The Midline: From Primitive Streak to Spine
July 11-14 (4 days): The Cranial Base and its Relation to the Whole
September 12-15 (4 days): The Face and the Hard Palate
November 14-17 (4 days): The TMJ and the Hyoid Bone

2014 Classes

January 16-19 (4 days): Deepening Skills: Osseous & Connective Tissues
March 13-16 (4 days): Prenatal and Birth Processes / Working with Babies
May 7-11 (5 days): Ignition Processes, Course Review, Completions