"The integration of mindfulness practices with western psychotherapeutic and Craniosacral Biodynamic practices is entirely unique. The Institute is evolving its own wisdom tradition, which acknowledges its ancient roots in Buddhist psychology, ethics and practice and also its roots in western psychodynamic psychotherapeutic practice. It provides unique contemporary trainings at the forefront of orthodox and complementary healthcare." 
Accessed June 2014: 
- Gay Cranmer
- Matthew Appleton
- based on work of osteopath William Sutherland (1873–1954) - “Craniosacral therapy” or “cranial osteopathy” is based on the notion that “craniosacral rhythms” can be influenced by manipulating the cranial bones. But craniosacral rhythms are a figment of proponents' imaginations, and in adults the cranial bones are fused 
- CranioSacral: It’s about more than the evidence..
- Up the garden path: craniosacral therapy
- Bill Wood