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Giorgia Milne’s approach to wellbeing evolved from a complementary blend of allopathic skills, meditation, healing energy work, and life experience. Her primary modality: Touch of Presence® Biodynamic Cranial Approach. 


She teaches internationally, currently in Europe, Australia, Taiwan, and the U.S. Engaging students with her own expertise and passion for the work, she senses the atmosphere of the class field, and teaches from what arises within the present moment. Her curriculum includes: BCA Introduction, BCA Intensive, Craniosacral Anatomy, Embryology, Brain, Navigation Skills, and Fulcrums. Her newest course offerings are Fulcrum of Being and Fluids and Space.

Giorgia was first certified as a Physician Assistant after graduation from the Stanford University Primary Care Associate Program in 1990. She continues to maintain her PA license, holds membership in various professional Academies and Associations, and is affiliated with numerous teaching institutions internationally. Her professional allopathic healthcare work spans 1982 – 1999, after which she began apprenticing in the holistic work that she would ultimately claim as her right path.


                                         Giorgia has studied with many of the innovative developers in this bodymindspirit field. She continues to                                           pursue her own studies and to expand her course offerings. As both an Approved Provider and a Touch                                               of Presence® School for Biodynamic Studies the National Certifying Board for Therapeutic Massage and                                           Bodywork (USA) (NCBTMB #451756-11), all of Giorgia’s courses offer continuing education credits.                                               See individual course descriptions for details.

Other global professional organizations have approved her courses for continuing education credits.

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The soul is partly in eternity and partly in time.
Love straddles these two dimensions, opening a way to live in both simultaneously.

— Marcellus Ficino

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