Join me for
Learning to Listen II
Understanding Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy
with Catharine Brook Anderson
July 22nd-25th, 2021 | Albion, CA
Learning to Listen is a series of classes that I created to bring together the best of the principles of Craniosacral work and mind-body practices that bring freedom to Body, Mind, and Spirit.
About the Training...
Learning To Listen II is open to those who have completed Learning To Listen I or equivalent.
In this 20hr training you will:
Learn the principles of the fluid body, mid-tide, long-tide, and the Breath of Life.
Understand fulcrums and how to utilize these to support the body in unwinding patterns.
Practice working with the subtle body so that you can sense and support it for yourself and others
Develop your listening skills and energetic awareness
Explore the esoteric levels of this healing modality
Practitioners will learn how to work with their clients and discover how to integrate this work with the modalities they are already licensed to practice.
I am thrilled to announce Fensalden Manor will again be our location for Learning To Listen II.
We received such wonderful feedback from the participants in April, and are looking forward to holding the training at the Manor again this July. Fensalden is a beautiful and historic building, on the Mendocino coast. It is a sanctuary, retreat center for artistry, healing, and spirituality. You can see and hear the ocean from the house, cozy up by the many fireplaces, walk on the seven acres of open land, and share meals in the large dining spaces. Staying at Fensalden Manor is a homestyle, intimate experience, and a beautiful space that supports participants to learn Craniosacral while connecting more deeply to themselves, one another, and the environment.
About the Experience...
I have now led this course a handful of times at Fensalden Manor, in a Covid safe environment. The experience has been transformational each time! I can't tell you how magical it is to be there. We study during the training hours, and in our downtime, we play music together, share stories, explore the surroundings and beautifully connect.
What to expect:
Learning to Listen is a 20 hour training spread throughout Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. There will be a morning and afternoon session of about 3-4 hours each with a break in between where you can take time to explore the stunning facilities, enjoy the ocean views, or relax and take time to yourself before the afternoon session.
The retreat will begin Thursday evening to allow yourself time ground, explore your surroundings, and settle into your sleeping space. We understand you may need to arrive late. Dinner will be provided for you to enjoy after you settle in. Sessions will end Sunday evening.
Meals will be catered for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Simple, organic, whole foods will be provided. If you have dietary restrictions, please let us know during registration and we will make the appropriate accommodations.
In the evenings bring an instrument if you'd like, or bring art materials, or a book. You can enjoy sitting by the fireside, or if it is warm, enjoy being outside on the acres of land that have ocean views around the house. It is really a special experience.
20 hours training in the Principles of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy: $450.00
Accommodations to include: all meals, use of the retreat center with it's beautiful facilities, and sleeping arrangements will range between $330-$790. (Cost dependent on room selection)
***Sleeping arrangements are limited, book quickly to reserve your preference.
***Bedrooms are available to individuals, or to reduce the rate, share a room with a friend or bring your partner. Select 'Double Occupancy' when registering.
"I loved the retreat. I loved receiving and giving so much healing touch and feeling my whole system was rewired to a place of integrated peace."
"Catharine was so gracefully on point and held a secure and supportive container for us all!"
"Catharine has a grounding presence. I loved the way she responded to emergent topics and wove them into the experience. It felt like there was room for everyone to be authentic, bring their knowledge, and ask questions without feeling rushed or like we were falling behind. She is a great container holder and facilitator."
"Catharine was great- she felt focused, she allowed for different kinds of learning, she was grounded but still curious."
"Catharine's ability to listen fully to each person share their reflections, take the time to process it (and sometimes clarify) and allow that to have all of the time it needed without ever projecting stress around covering the class material. And still manage to cover all of the class material. I told Catharine in detail in the kitchen how much I learned from watching her teach, and would probably take ANY of her courses (on whatever topic) just to try to learn those qualities by osmosis."
"I loved learning the history, and connected a lot to what felt spiritual about co regulation and collective healing. I also loved learning about the skull bones and their movement."
"I would come back anytime to Fendsalden! The hosting atmosphere was unparalleled."