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Free Introductory Lecture in Madison, WI

  • Quarry Arts Building, Room 150 715 Hill Street Madison, WI 53705 (map)

Free Ortho-Bionomy® introductory lecture and demonstration with Morel.

About Ortho-Bionomy

Ortho-Bionomy is a gentle, osteopathically-based form of body therapy, highly effective for chronic stress, injuries, pain, or problems associated with postural and structural imbalances. The practitioner uses gentle movements and positions of the body to facilitate the change of stress and pain patterns. Strong focus is placed on the comfort of the individual and no forceful manipulations are used.  Ortho-Bionomy helps to alleviate both acute and chronic pain and stress patterns by reducing chronic muscle tension, soothing the joints, increasing flexibility, improving circulation, and relaxing the entire body. Ortho-Bionomy techniques are highly effective, easy to learn, easy on your body, and combine well with other bodywork and complimentary healing systems. 

About Morel

Morel Stackhouse is a Registered Advanced Instructor with the Society of Ortho-Bionomy International. She began her study of Ortho-Bionomy in 1984 and was fortunate to have studied with Arthur Lincoln Pauls D.O., the system's Founder. Morel has been teaching throughout the US since 1989. She enjoys introducing this bodywork system to others and working with students to develop their skill and confidence as they grow with the work. She is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a Continuing Education Approved Provider.


Please RSVP to:

Bree Schenkel