Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy

Welcome to the Intrinsic Touch Institute!

Offering online Settling and Support sessions,

as well as supervision for BCST practitioners.

In-person sessions available.

Ongoing trainings in progress.

Intrinsic Touch is a biodynamic approach to fascial release, combining the listening skills of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and indirect engagement techniques with the connective tissue. Founded in a combination of scientific knowledge about connective tissue and age-old understandings about body healing, Intrinsic Touch can help with the resolution of chronic pain and traumatic patterns. It is also useful for injury recovery, visceral work, craniosacral therapy, and stress reduction. A common response in clients is a sense of well-being, wholeness, and relief. 

Intrinsic Touch

 ​Intrinsic Touch Institute


Intrinsic: intra = within, secus = close, following; 1. belonging to the real nature of a thing: not dependent on external circumstances; essential; inherent.”


Robyn Michele Jones, RCST®

 Robyn Michele Jones is a BCTA/NA Approved instructor and NCBTMB provider, as well as former Board President of the BCTA/NA.

 She currently lives and teaches in Santa Cruz California, and has taught classes in Ashland and Portland Oregon.

Water, teach me of your transparent ways​.   MaMuse

Mission Statement

Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy is a gently effective, clothed bodywork modality. “Biodynamic” refers to the healing life movement and energy that is intrinsic in each one of us. This energetic therapy translates directly into the physiology by working with your body's inherent healing capacities. Clients report a gentle, natural release of stress and trauma, resolution of chronic issues, promotion of injury recovery, and an overall sense of well-being.

Robyn Michele is now offering online sessions.


Please contact at: or 831-345-7537


Intrinsic Touch Institute is dedicated to supporting healing, both planetary and personal, through remembering our Inherent Wholeness and Oneness.


Robyn Michele Jones