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Ortho-Bionomy® Fundamentals: Extremities in Monona, WI


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

Course Description

Ortho-Bionomy Fundamentals: Extremities covers the history, philosophy and basic concepts of Ortho-Bionomy. In this class you will observe and practice specific techniques for releasing imbalances of the shoulder girdle, arm, elbow, wrist and hand; hip, leg, knee, ankle and foot. 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 of the extremities

  • Release sensitive (trigger) points with little or no effort

  • Experience and understand the natural reflexes of the body

  • Develop your sensitivity to the subtle, structural changes that promote healing

Tuition

  • $300 before April 24, 2020*

  • $350 after April 24, 2020

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

Information and Registration

Contact Bree Schenkel
608-695-5881
bree@deeppilates.com 

Credits

Ortho-Bionomy Fundamentals: Extremities 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.

What others have said about this course

“This was an excellent learning experience  and I know I will be able to incorporate this into my practice.”

“An invaluable experience!”

“Morel does a great job of relaying a lot of information in a short time in an enjoyable manner.”

Later Event: July 18
Ortho-Bionomy® Phase 6