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Fluids, Fascia, & the Lymphatic System with Guest Instructor Liz Olivas in Madison, WI

  • Country Inn and Suites 400 River Place Madison, WI, 53716 United States (map)

Course Description

In this class you will learn how Ortho-Bionomy® can facilitate the natural ability of the lymphatic system to function well. The focus will be on understanding the nature of the lymphatic system and its relationship to the fascia and the fluids. The class will include discussion in the following areas:

  • Basic anatomy and physiology of the lymphatic system

  • Relationships between the parts; fluids fascia and the lymphatic System

  • Techniques presented will release structural binding and blocking of the lymphatic system

  • Scar tissue refinement

  • Specific techniques to address Post-Mastectomy Pain Syndrome

This method will gently reduce general pain, refine post surgical scar tissue, and promote edema reduction. It is also an effective adjunct to Complete Decongestive Physiotherapy in the treatment of primary and secondary lymphedema. Ortho-Bionomy promotes working with ease and comfort for the client as well as the practitioner


Fundamentals/Phase Four


This class offers 24 FL and NCBTMB CE’s for massage therapists.


  • $450 before September 18, 2020*

  • $525 after September 18, 2020

* Society of Ortho-Bionomy members receive an additional $10 discount.


To register, contact:

Contact Bree Schenkel

About Instructor Liz Olivas, BFA, MT, CLT, Registered Instructor of Ortho-Bionomy

Liz earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of Dance at Ohio University in 1985.  A strong background in kinesiology, anatomy, physiology, and movement-based therapy inspired her interest in therapeutic bodywork. In 1987 Liz became licensed as a massage therapist in the State of Florida. She holds certifications in both Ortho-Bionomy® from The Society of Ortho-Bionomy International and Manual Lymph Drainage® from The Dr. Vodder School – North America.

As a Registered Instructor of Ortho-Bionomy, Liz brings a rich background of over 25 years in private practice. Liz has a deep grounding in Ortho-Bionomy® as a practitioner that is reflected in her ability to clearly convey the essence of Ortho-Bionomy® in the classroom.

Liz’s many years of practical experience in Ortho-Bionomy and Manual Lymph Drainage led her to personally developed the Ortho-Bionomy classes: Fluids, Fascia, and the Lymphatic System, and Self-Care & Lymphatic Skin Brushing Technique.  Liz offers Ortho-Bionomy classes throughout the year in South Florida, and nationally.

Earlier Event: July 18
Ortho-Bionomy® Phase 6