The Craniosacral Institute Australia has offered Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy trainings since 1995, teaching craniosacral and trauma release work in a professional training over six modules.
Our Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy courses are designed for the beginner as well as the advanced student. In a typical class you may find massage therapists, naturopaths, acupuncturists, Bowen therapists, kinesiologists, psychotherapists, GPs and other practitioners, and some with no previous background in bodywork.
Course work is divided between significant hands-on practice, lecture, discussion and processes. Comprehensive notes are provided at each course level. At the end of each course you will receive a certificate of completion.
Although there is an emphasis on completing the program as a whole, each workshop stands on it's own; one, or all six may be taken.
Dr. Michael Aaron is director and lead instructor of the Craniosacral Institute Australia and has led craniosacral courses to health professionals and others in Australia, the United States and Italy since 1995. He has practiced integrative health care since 1978. Michael received his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic-West in 1986. More...
In-office sessions at Stillpoint Healthcare in Hahndorf, South Australia for craniosacral, somatic counselling or Zoom telecounselling/coaching sessions with Dr. Aaron can be made by contacting:
Dr. Michael Aaron
Certification & Mentoring
After completing the first course level, you may choose to apply for admission to the 560-hour Certification program. The certification qualifies you as a Certified Craniosacral Practitioner (CCP). Besides the many hours of practice on clients, certification also includes ongoing one-on-one mentoring in person, through monthly video calls and email over the 2+ years in order to support you in gaining mastery of craniosacral work.
Enrolment is very limited is confirmed by interview.
Email the office for the specific requirements.
The importance of training to which you give your full concentration guided by a skilled expert, coach, or mentor cannot be overemphasized. Daniel Goleman in his book Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence speaks of a "feedback loop" saying: "Ideally that feedback comes from someone with an expert eye; every world-class sports champion has a coach. If you practice without such feedback, you don’t get to the top ranks. The feedback matters and the concentration does, too — not just the hours. Read more here.