Ortho-Bionomy spine

Anatomy and Physiology

The anatomical structures and physiological functions relevant to the practice of Ortho-Bionomy are covered. In order to facilitate the use and enhance the understanding of the positional release techniques that are the core of Ortho-Bionomy, hands-on palpation of structure and land-marking ability are emphasized. The focus of the classes will be more general for the Practitioner level of training, and will cover specific bodily systems for the Advanced Practitioners.


Dec 06 - 07 2021


9:30 am - 5:30 pm



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Janet McKenna
(778) 928-0821
July 2024

Elements of a Successful Practice

The business aspects of having an Ortho-Bionomy practice are addressed in this class. Issues that are covered include developing a business plan; setting up an office; advertising and marketing; attending to insurance, legal and tax issues; setting fee structures; record-keeping, and staying within one’s scope of practice. This class is hosted online through zoom: July […]
06 Jul
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
September 2024

Phase 4 – Axial (Core)

This foundation class covers the history, philosophy and concepts of Ortho-Bionomy, and provides a basic understanding of the release techniques for each major joint in the body.  The techniques are comfortable for the client and easy on the practitioner. They stimulate the inherent self-corrective reflexes of the body through the proprioceptors, resulting in the release […]
28 - 29 Sep
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Hinton, Alberta

Study Group

9 am to 12 pm:  Led by a Registered Instructor, the focus of each Study Group depends upon the needs and interests of the students.  Participants may wish to receive clarification about Ortho-Bionomy techniques and principles, review techniques already learned, discuss specific client cases, and to air any concerns or present any ideas that they […]
30 Sep
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Hinton, Alberta
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