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All our seminars will be run according to government and professional Covid safety protocols, and in the event of any unavoidable postponement a full refund will be offered. Sending you our very best wishes and hope to see you soon. Stay safe and well!

About The Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust

The Craniosacral Therapy Educational Trust was founded by Michael Kern and Franklyn Sills in 1989, and is established as a school of excellence offering in-depth courses in a clear and accessible way.

Our trainings emphasise the development of practical skills to provide the required foundations to effectively practice Craniosacral Therapy in a professional capacity. Student learning is comprehensively supported by supervision and feedback from tutors, and clinical experience is gained during the latter stages of the training at the Trust's unique teaching clinic in London.

Within the school's "biodynamic" approach there is an emphasis to work in cooperation with the underlying forces that govern our health. This involves taking a whole person and patient centred approach to treatment that incorporates an appreciation of body, mind and spirit.

We have been at the cutting edge of the development of biodynamic Craniosacral practices and have a very experienced team of tutors including some of the leading teachers in the field.

Successful completion of the course leads to a professional diploma in Craniosacral Therapy and all graduates are awarded the designated letters BCST (Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist). The BCST award comes from the Trust as part of its membership of the International Affiliation of Biodynamic Trainings.

Graduates are also eligible to join the Association Of Physical And Natural Therapies (APNT), International Cranial Association (ICrA), Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), British Complementary Medicine Association (BCMA) and many other international Craniosacral practitioner associations. APNT, CNHC and BCMA are professional bodies in the UK that maintain standards and protect both Craniosacral Therapy practitioners and their clients.

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The Trust also offers:

  • a comprehensive programme of continuing professional development courses with leading teachers of Craniosacral Therapy and allied fields.
  • regular 'taster' introductory weekends in Craniosacral Therapy.
  • an interactive and experiential Living Anatomy Course.
  • a teaching clinic in London providing low cost Craniosacral Therapy treatments.
  • landmark 'Breath of Life Conferences'.
  • lovely room hire facilities for classes and seminars.

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Forthcoming Events
& Training
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Craniosacral Therapy Practitioner Training starts on October 20th-24th 2021 - online or in-person

Comprehensive course with a holistic biodynamic approach that provides a comprehensive foundation to practice Craniosacral Therapy in a professional capacity. This training is taught by a highly experienced team of teachers with plenty of student support, and is fully accredited by many professional associations.

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Emergency First Aid At Work Course on Saturday 6th November 2021 with Rob Lazaro in London

This interactive and experiential will equip you to deal with most emergency first aid situations. A current First Aid certificate is a requirement for registration with most UK practitioner and therapy associations, as well as many other organisations. Open to all.

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The Embryo In Us with Dr. Jaap van der Wal on February 24th–27th 2022 in London

This renowned four-day workshop explores human prenatal development and how the shaping of the body expresses essential attributes of human spiritual development. A great opportunity to hear a world authority on a modern scientific and spiritual understanding of embryology. Open to all.

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