Listen to Franklyn Sills as he takes us on a journey way back to the origins of Biodynamic Craniosacral therapy.

Here’s an interview by Dr Susan Lange OMD, L.Ac with Franklyn Sills, co-founder of the Karuna Institute, about Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and its evolution, August 2009, in Devon, England.
http://www.craniosacral-biodynamics.org Watching this interview can feel like receiving a healing session for yourself as you are taken on a journey to meet the great practitioners of the past who have inspired Franklyn on his own journey. And you get insights into how Franklyn’s teaching program has transformed over time. Franklyn also discusses the basis of his book “Being and Becoming”.
So just settle in, watch the full interview, and you will come away feeling uplifted and inspired.

By the way, this video was filmed with old technology – a little fuzzy flip camera – and Franklyn only had a few minutes to spare so it was meant to be a very brief conversation.
But you will see how he settles in and generously gives us a whole wealth of information and extra time out of his busy schedule. So, apologies for the quality, but we still thought it was worth sharing this with you!
Let us know how his words and teachings have touched you, by commenting below.

Biodynamic craniosacral therapy:

is the foundation of what we call Listening Touch in the “Lange-Muller Method of Natural Facial Rejuvenation” which can be found at http://www.RejuvenateMyFace.com

The teaching in this Natural Facial Rejuvenation Method is based on a combination of Listening Touch (from the biodynamic craniosacral therapy perspective) and Laser Touch (from the Chinese Medicine and acupressure perspective) for an enhanced and flexible form of healing that adjusts to the client’s needs. This allows for a sense of safety, deep healing and rejuvenation.

For more information and other articles go to http://www.RejuvenateMyFace.com

This method can be used to enhance forms of Natural Facial Massage, Natural Facelift massage and also Facial Acupressure.

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