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Why Learn
Ortho-Bionomy®?

 

You may be interested in learning more to help yourself, family or friends, or to become an Ortho-Bionomy Practitioner.

You may be someone with no bodywork experience or a health professional who wants to add this effective work to your tool box to support your clients better.  The practitioner program welcomes anyone who is eager to learn and use this technique and provides a thorough training so you will feel competent and ready to work with the public using Ortho-Bionomy. 

You can start by just taking one or two classes to see how you like it and how it can help you and your family. By attending Ortho-Bionomy classes you will learn the principles that guide Ortho-Bionomy and start practicing hands on with your family and friends, helping them achieve improved wellness right from your first class.  If you are already a health care professional you can apply what you learn into your practice right away.  You will find that once you start using these skills you will draw a wider client base and set yourself apart from other therapists in your area.

Ortho-Bionomy INTEGRATES EASILY WITH OTHER MODALITIES

Ortho-Bionomy integrates easily with other modalities, including Massage Therapy, Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Craniosacral, and other forms of bodywork.

The Registered Practitioner programs are designed to give students a thorough understanding of:

  • the principles of Ortho-Bionomy
  • human anatomy and physiology
  • techniques to address all areas of the body and different presenting conditions
  • the ethics and emotions of working with another person
  • elements of providing a session
  • and running a practice  

It also provides extensive hands-on experience in both classes and supervised practice.  

Practitioner trainees choose a Registered Instructor who has a minimum of one year of teaching experience, who will act as their Advisor and assist throughout the training period by offering guidance, support and constructive feedback.

In order to ensure the highest standard of Ortho-Bionomy education, the Ortho-Bionomy Association of Canada (OBAC) has compiled a program that must be completed by any applicant that desires to become either a Registered Practitioner, or a Registered Advanced Practitioner.

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Ortho-Bionomy Programs

Interested in becoming an Ortho-Bionomy Practitioner?

The Registered Practitioner programs are designed to give students a thorough understanding of the principles of Ortho-Bionomy in addition to providing extensive hands-on experience in both classes and supervised practice. Practitioner trainees choose a Registered Instructor, with a minimum of one year of teaching experience, who will act as their Advisor and assist throughout the training period by offering guidance, support and constructive feedback.

In order to ensure the highest standard of Ortho-Bionomy education, the Ortho-Bionomy Association of Canada (OBAC) has compiled a program which must be completed by any applicant that desires to become either a Registered Practitioner, or a Registered Advanced Practitioner.

Registered Practitioner Program

 

The Registered Practitioner Training Program is designed to give students a thorough understanding of the principles of Ortho-BIonomy, in addition to providing extensive hands-on experience in both classes and supervised practice.

Advanced Registered Practitioner Program

The Registered Practitioner Training Program is designed to give students a thorough understanding of the principles of Ortho-BIonomy, in addition to providing extensive hands-on experience in both classes and supervised practice.

Advanced
Instructors

Marie Long
Vernon, BC
(250) 542-0763
marielong@shaw.ca

Janet McKenna
Vancouver, BC
(778) 928-0821
mckennajan8@gmail.com

Judith Miller
Vancouver, BC
(604) 362-3906
judithmiller12@gmail.com

Peggy Oud
Kelowna, BC
(250) 317-2375
peggyoud@shaw.ca

Mary Thiessen
Winnipeg, Manitoba
(204) 222-1888
marben1@shaw.ca

Elaine Tucker
Williams Lake, BC
(250) 392-2730

obelaine@gmail.com

 

 

InstructorS

 

Rhoda Hollander
Calgary, AB
(403) 819-3604
rhodasway@gmail.com

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