Were Christian monastics such as Saint John of the Cross, Saint Teresa of Avila, and Thomas Merton having a biodynamic experience? In this classroom lecture Ryan Hallford looks more carefully at the embodied sensory experience of some important Christian mystics to find the commonalities between this rich religious tradition and foundational phenomena of biodynamic craniosacral therapy like the Long Tide and Dynamic Stillness.
Check out Episode 47 to hear Ryan elaborate on the fundamentals of biodynamic practice.
Scott Zamurut has been an instrumental figure in the unfolding of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy in North America since its earliest introduction by Franklyn Sills. In this episode Scott lectures about the origins of pre- and perinatal healing as developed by William Emerson, Karlton Terry, and Franklyn Sills. He also discusses the nature of shock as applicable to the human system, describing four distinct categories; and finally gives a brief overview of the four stages of birth recognized by the pre- and perinatal healing community.
To learn more about Scott's background check out Episode 38.
In Episode 43 Scott discusses how we define biodynamics.
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