Advanced Craniosacral Classes

Craniosacral Advanced Workshops

Advance classes, workshops, primers and retreats in Craniosacral Biodynamics are offered for Craniosacral Therapists. The 700-hour training program for craniosacral therapists covers foundational concepts and skills for becoming a Biodynamic oriented Craniosacral Therapist. The advanced offerings are deeper study topics that can support Craniosacral therapists growing practice. Topics often include new discoveries in science and the application of them for Craniosacral therapists from a Biodynamic approach.


Spring - Summer 2023 Advance Offerings

Advanced Primer

GLYMPHATICS of the CNS, a Biodynamic Orientation


PART 1: Saturday February 25th & Sunday 26th
1 - 5 PM Pacific Standard Time

PART 2: Saturday March 4th & Sunday 5th
1 - 5 PM Pacific Standard Time

Part 1. $200.00
Part 1 & Part 2: $375.00
Recordings will be made available for participants.


The body has an extracellular network, the interstitial system which interconnects with the vascular and lymphatic systems, all of which are contiguous with the Central Nervous System. Within the Central Nervous System this network has been coined the “Glymphatic System” originally “discovered” by Danish Neuroscientist Maiken Nedergaard in 2013. 

Since 2013 in the scientific and medical disciplines there has been further elucidation of some of the underlying mechanisms of this system including newer anatomic and physiologic features within the CNS not thought to exist. As well as a fourth meningeal layer which turns over the assumption of a three layer dura system.

This advanced primer for Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapists, explores the latest understandings of the Glymphatic System and mechanisms involved. From the role of microglia and the movement of interstitial fluid within perivascular (PVS) space, cerebrospinal fluid and blood; to the role of meningeal lymphatic vessels (MLV) – originally named by Italian physician Paulo Mascagni in 1787, yet finally seen by electron-microscopy and acknowledged in 2014. We will also discuss the role of the fourth meningeal layer – the subarachnoid lymphatic-like membrane (SLYM).

Having a working knowledge of this system, and how some post session processes may arise is important for supporting clients with a variety of challenges ranging from traumatic brain injuries, concussions, stroke, seizures, MS, parkinson’s, alzheimer’s, dementia, brain tumors, autism spectrum and post viral and microbial conditions including Covid-19, complex pain, and post surgeries to name a few. 

The primer will include experiential exercises using somatic based meditations, case studies and ways to approach being  with the Glymphatic System and CNS from a biodynamic approach.

Part One: Introduces the Glymphatic System and how bodily movements such as breath and circulation support this systems function. 

Part Two: Explores Glial Cells and brain waves states that occur in sleep, which the Glymphatic System functions through. The relationship with tidal phenomena, and how Biodynamics can support better sleep as a practice. 

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Prue Jeffries, CMT, RCST®, MSME/T is a Biodynamic Craniosacral Teacher and Continuum Teacher. In her personal practice Prue has worked extensively with Traumatic Brain Injuries and Neurological Diseases for over 15 years. Regularly seeing people in coma, with Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) (before it was acknowledged to exist), concussions, seizures, Parkinson’s, MS, dementia, post-viral and microbial conditions now including Covid-19, autism spectrum and brain tumors.  She brings her experiential working knowledge and experience with latest science to dive into this exciting topic that can support practitioners and their clients.


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