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Biodynamics Craniosacral Therapy emphasizes the processes that organize body functions and create optimal health. A clear understanding of these inherent processes takes therapeutic work to much deeper levels.  Biodynamics recognizes the embryological forces at work in the adult, the influence of ancestral and personal history, and speaks to the energetic, emotional and spiritual dimensions of the human being. In a healthy body, this fundamental life force is expressed fluently but if health is compromised, on any level, this balanced rhythm will be disturbed and inevitably affect the overall vitality of your system.  Somatic approaches paired with BCST allow us to view our past experiences empathetically and allows us to complete old threat responses in our nervous system that can go back as far as pre verbal and in utero. These gentle and non-intrusive approaches allow us to fully engage with the world and freedom from past imprints.

About

Brandi Wilcox

Brandi Wilcox has been studying and practicing the natural healing arts for the last 15 years. During that time she not only became fluent in Spanish, she also studied Aromatherapy, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Somatic trauma resolution,  Qigong, sacred geometry, tropical medicinal plants, and intuitive energy work, along with raising her two daughters who are now 7 and 11.

Her studies continued with completing a degree in aromatherapy from Stonebridge College, University of London, UK in 2007.   Then followed with a two year certification in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy program from the Colorado School of Energy Studies in Boulder, Colorado. In addition she has had advanced training in Craniosacral therapy for infants, two chair polarity counseling, and somatic trauma resolution, and nervous system regulation from Attachment, Developmental, and shock trauma.  Her work is a rich blend of approaches to healing from the teachings of John and Anna Chitty, Franklin Sills, Peter Levine, Jaap Van der wal, Diane Pool Heller and Ray Castelino, Gabor Mate, and Bessel Van der kolk.

 

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