Core Curriculum Courses
Please note that all course fees will be increasing from 1 January 2024 (and Core Pack & Training from Scratch packages from 1 Sept 2023).
|Course Name||Course Date||Location||Tutor|
|CranioSacral Therapy 1||29 Nov – 2 Dec ’23||Brighton||Caroline Barrow|
|CranioSacral Therapy 1||20 - 23 March '24||Liverpool||Joe Gore|
|CranioSacral Therapy 1||3 - 6 July '24||Brighton||Caroline Barrow|
|CranioSacral Therapy 1||11 - 14 Sept '24||Kenilworth||Jo Gore|
|CranioSacral Therapy 1||20 - 23 Nov '24||Brighton||Caroline Barrow|
|CranioSacral Therapy 2||6 - 9 March '24||Perth||Maggie Gill|
|CranioSacral Therapy 2||19 - 22 June '24||Brighton||Caroline Barrow|
|CranioSacral Therapy 2||23 - 26 Oct '24||Liverpool||Caroline Barrow|
|SomatoEmotional Release 1||23 - 26 April '24||Brighton||Stan Gerome|
|SomatoEmotional Release 1||4 - 7 Dec '24||Brighton|
|SomatoEmotional Release 2||9 - 12 Oct '24||Brighton||Maggie Gill|
|Advanced 1||15 – 19 Oct ’24||Somerset||Hank Meldrum|
More Training Courses
These are the more advanced courses that we currently have in the schedule. We will be booking for the remainder of 2024 soon so check back!
* Please check pre-requisites required
|Course Name||Course Date||Location||Tutor|
|SER & Mastering the Inner Physician (old TIDI)||17 - 20 April ’24||Brighton||Stan Gerome|
|Clinical Applications for CST (for TFS students only)||Sept ’24||Brighton||Caroline Barrow|
|Clinical Applications for CST||5 - 9 Feb '24||Brighton||Maggie Gill|
|Clinical Applications for SER||3 - 7 June '24||Brighton||Maggie Gill|
|Clinical Applications for Advanced||12 - 16 Aug '24||Brighton||Magie Gill|
Training from Scratch Check-in Sessions (on Zoom)
An opportunity for any Training from Scratch students to check in with Caroline, talk about how they are progressing, and where they are with the ongoing requirements of the programme. And any other questions. The sessions will be on Zoom, for an hour, 9.30-10.30am.
Tuesday 5th December 2023
Other Anatomy Classes 2023
Run by the College of Body Science
Cranial Sacral System Essentials
Now pre-recorded courses
Each of these 5 sessions will dive deeply into the basics that we need to know for CranioSacral Therapy, as well as present newer information and recent research where it has become relevant. These are currently in the process of being recorded so you can watch them in your own time but with regular online drop in sessions to support your learning!
1. Cranial Bones in Depth
Bones, sutures, dips, foramen, fossa, grooves and more, touching on what goes through the holes, elongates the processes and creates the grooves!
2. Intracranial Membranes & Fluids
Details on the levels and structure of the membranes, their infolds and spaces, and their importance in providing venous and CSF drainage; as well as how blood gets to the head and circulates.
3. Those Curious Cranial Nerves
A fly through the ever popular cranial nerves for those who have not covered this topic before (or need a good review!)
4. Anatomy of the Mouth, Pharynx and ‘Avenue of Expression’
Get really clear on the muscles, ligaments, vessels and nerve pathways of the floor of the mouth, soft palate, hyoid bone attachments and throat; great prep for SER work or as a review if its been a while!
5. Intricacies of the Spine
Looking in detail at the vertebrae and differences in different sections, the dural tube and spinal cord as they travel through the vertebral canal, and the early paths of the nerves as they leave the column.
Find out more and enrol here. £600 for all 5
Neuroanatomy 1 & 2 plus Peripheral nerves 1., 2 & 3.
Two classes on the brain and three on the peripheral nerves – cervical, brachial and lumbosacral plexi. These will also review the muscles and other structures in the neck, arms and legs.
10am – 1pm GMT / BST. £600. Also payable monthly as 4 x £150
Neuroanatomy 1 24 -25 May
Neuroanatomy 2 22 – 23 June
Peripheral Nerves: cervical plexus (neck)
Peripheral Nerves: brachial plexus (arms)
Peripheral Nerves: lumbosacral plexus (legs)
‘Developing Confidence’ Classes
These are run by our teachers or sometimes other Advanced practitioners. They are intended to review and deepen your understanding of the material in the classes, and occassionally go ‘off piste’ from the core curriculum to some of the concepts developed in other classes.
Check back soon for upcoming classes.