In August 2016 I completed a year long mentor course in Biodynamic Cranial Touch with Giorgia Milne. I had been interested in cranio sacral work a few years before becoming a licensed massage therapist, and when I more recently discovered the biodynamic work, I knew it was what I had been waiting for. Coming from a medical background, Giorgia has extensive training through the Milne Institute and with Charles Ridley in Dynamic Stillness. One of several branches of Cranial work, the Biodynamic work is a non-efferent, heart centered method, engaging pure stillness rather than structural manipulations, and operating from the field rather than approaching with a protocol of doing. This form of presence with clients can be deeply restorative and informative in surprising ways. In the spaciousness of stillness, there is room for all manner of experience.