Craniosacral Residential Training
How to get there
Coming by car:
Advice on driving and routes to take or avoid are coming soon.
Coming from abroad:
The best airport to fly into is Frankfurt (M) Flughafen in Germany and from there take a train or shuttle (has to be booked in advance).
Coming by train:
Find suitable train connections to Weinheim (Bergstr.) Hbf or Mörlenbach (closest train station to the venue),
Here is a link you can use for checking your connections:
From Frankfurt (M) Flughafen train connections to first Weinheim(Bergstr.)Hbf. and than to Mörlenbach.
From Weinheim(Bergstr.)Hbf you can then, either take a taxi from the station to the venue ( 0049 62095550, cost 35 €) or take a train to Mörlenbach.
From Frankfurt (M) Flughafen toWeinheim(Bergstr.)Hbf takes about 1 hour to 1 hour & 15 mins depending on which train you take and to Mörlenbach 15 mins extra. You also have to calculate the changing train times, usually 10 – 20 mins)
From Mörlenbach station you can then, either take a taxi ( 0049 62095550) from the station to the venue (13 – 15€), or we can pick you up from Mörlenbach (see below).
If the connection from Weinheim to Mörlenbach is not very convenient we maybe able to pick you up in Weinheim(Bergstr.)Hbf. Again please arrange this ahead of time.
For pick ups:
Please let me know your arrival times two week in advance, and where possible, we will pick you up ( free service) from Weinheim station or Mörlenbach (closets station) or organise somebody to pick you up. Please take a taxi otherwise.
Further train info:
A flexible ticket, where you can travel on any connection, currently costs 19,50€.
I personally recommend flexible tickets in case of any delays or changes.
By shuttle from Frankfurt Airport(needs to be booked in advance)
Price varies from 68 € – 98 € single and return 144 € – 176 €.
06203 797424 72 € – no website, little German speaking
From the airport by train – additional info
Terminal 1 and 2 are connected by a free Sky train. There is also a free shuttle bus.
There are two different stations , both at terminal 1. They are called:
Flughafen Fernbahnhof and Flughafen Regionalbahnhof
Links to get familiar with the airport:
frankfurt flughafen regionalbahnhof zu fernbahnhof
If I may suggest, I recommend that you wait until we know who is coming and what are the group leaving plans before organising your return train tickets to the airport. However please choose what works best for you.