Listening to the Gut:
Visceral Biodynamics for the Primal Brain
Saturday June 24th, 2023
2PM-6PM Pacific Standard Time
Sunday June 25th, 2023
2PM–6PM Pacific Standard Time
Recordings will be made available for participants for 12 months.
The objective of the “Listening to the Gut: Visceral Biodynamics for the Primal Brain” seminar is to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the intricate relationship between gut health and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST). Over the course of 8 hours, participants will explore the essential components of vasomotion, visceral immunology, enteric nervous system, and evolutionary biology within the context of BCST. By the end of the seminar, participants will have gained knowledge and practical skills to effectively listen to the gut, optimize visceral biodynamics, and integrate evolutionary insights, ultimately enhancing their ability to support holistic well-being for their clients.
A 8-hour online in-person seminar. Synchronous and Asynchronous options. Complete recordings of the live seminar will be available for 12-months from seminar completion.
Body of Wonder Seminars are designed with layers of experience and learning opportunities in mind. The intention is to support people sensing, feeling and becoming deeply connected with the work. This seminar combines didactic with experiential practices.
“Listening to the Gut: Visceral Biodynamics for the Primal Brain” consists of the following core topics that are built upon with further sub-topics.
Exploring the Primal Brain
Vasomotion and Gut Health
Visceral Immunology and Enteric Nervous System
- Evolution of Gut Health
After completing the seminar, participants will have acquired skills and knowledge to enhance their practice of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) in relation to gut health. Here are six key points and learned skills from the seminar:
About the educator
Prue Jeffries, CMT, RCST®, MSME/T is a Biodynamic Craniosacral Teacher and Continuum Teacher. In her personal practice Prue has worked extensively with the viscera from a dietary health and lifestyle perspective for decades in her athletic career and world travels. Prue often collaborates with health professionals such as Registered Dieticians, Nutritionists and Integrative Doctors. Her original bodywork training and full-time practice focused on the application of Chi with manual visceral techniques to address imbalances within the body. She eventually transitioned her practice to one of deep listening and light touch for many years, when working with brain injuries, neurological disease, trauma and also gut and immune issues for children and adults before she entered Craniosacral Biodynamics She brings her experiential working knowledge and experience with latest science to dive into this exciting topic that can support practitioners and their clients.