12 13 14 October 2018 | Jane Shaw

Death and rebirth in craniosacral practice

Exploring death and rebirth in BCST clinical practice

Broadford, Co. Clare

David Whyte said “When one thing dies all things die together, and must live again in a different way.” (Whyte, 1997). While today’s society tends to avoid the subject of death, both literal and symbolic, death is one of the few certainties in life, but often causing great pain within individual, familial and community dynamics. From a biodynamic craniosacral perspective this workshop will explore the concept and experience of death both in terms of a literal death and a death of a way of being. We will examine working in the end-of-life arena and issues involved in palliative care; address what it means to die to one pattern of living in order to open up to another; question whether it is possible to have a conscious death; and experience how all death processes are a natural rhythm within the cranial paradigm. 

The workshop will be limited to 12 people to allow depth and tender holding for all participants. Open to all craniosacral therapists. 

Venue: Knocksise, Ballykelly, Broadford, Co Clare, Rep of Ireland.

Cost: Є250 per person. There is a limit of 12 places. The workshop is self catering and accomodation is on a donation basis (this is to keep cost minimal). 

Booking Instructions: Please contact Kieran McCann on 0872532884 or kieran_mc_cann@yahoo.ie to secure a place. WORKSHOP FULL. FOR WAIT LIST PLACES PLEASE CONTACT KIERAN.

Venue information: The workshop is set on the Slieve Bernagh mountain range in East Clare on a 5 acre organic smallholding with constant birdsong. There are various rooms available and also space to camp if you prefer. Food will be provided. Its a great place for hillwaking,  Please get in touch with Kieran if you wish to know more