This course covers the history, philosophy and basic concepts of Ortho-Bionomy. In this class you will observe and practice specific techniques for releasing imbalances in the neck, thoracic spine and ribcage, lumbar spine, pelvic girdle and sacrum. These techniques result in the release of pain and neuromuscular tension patterns, promoting expanded range of motion, increased circulation and a greater sense of well-being.
Ortho-Bionomy techniques are highly effective, easy to learn, easy on your body, and combine well with other bodywork and complimentary healing systems. You will discover ways to:
Help relieve pain gently, without causing pain
Work with common problems such as whiplash injuries, low back pain, and sciatica
Release sensitive (trigger) points with little or no effort
Experience and understand the natural reflexes in the body
Develop your sensitivity to the subtle, structural changes that promote healing
What others have said about this course
“I can’t wait to incorporate what I’ve learned into my bodywork sessions”
“This will expand the effectiveness of my work.”
“A gifted instructor - Morel’s combination of simplicity, humor and patience were just what I needed.”
$300 before March 8, 2019*
$350 after March 8, 2019
*Society of Ortho-Bionomy members receive an additional $10 discount.
Information and Registration
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Ortho-Bionomy Fundamentals: Spine & Pelvis is a foundation and prerequisite class for all further training in Ortho-Bionomy. Completion of this class provides 16 units of Phase Four instruction towards completion of the Ortho-Bionomy Registered Practitioner Training Program and 16 NCBTMB CEs. Participants who attend both days of this class will receive a Certificate of Attendance.