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Advanced Registered Practitioner Training Program

Practitioner Training

Advanced Training

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OVERVIEW

 

The Registered Advanced Practitioner Training Program is focused on expanding the Practitioners understanding of the philosophy and principles of Ortho-Bionomy through more detailed and/or specialized applications of the practice.

Entrance Requirements

  1. Complete the Registered Practitioner Program
  2. Have a current Professional membership in OBAC
  3. Choose an Advisor
  4. Fill out and submit to the OBAC office, the ‘Application to Advanced Practitioner Training Program
    Form’
  5. Send the enrollment fee of $100.00 to the OBAC treasurer

Program Curriculum

(A unit is approximately equal to 1 hour, 16 units per two day class)

  • 16 units Phase Four
  • 16 units Phase Five
  • 16 units Phase Six
  • 8 units Phase Seven
  • 32 units Anatomy and Physiology
  • 16 units Chapman’s Neurolymphatic Reflexes
  • 16 units Advanced Demonstration Skills
  • 16 Units Cranial
  • 16 units Ethics and Emotional Issues
  • 16 units Isometrics
  • 8 units Overview and Integration of all Phases
  • 16 units Postural Re-education and Post Techniques
  • 16 units Visceral
  • 40 units Advanced Residential (five days minimum)
  • 80 units Electives
  • 18 units Study Groups (six-3 hour minimum each)
  • 17 units Tutorials (discussions, sessions received, sessions for feedback)
  • 150 Documented Sessions (supervised practice)
OBAC Training
Evaluation Phase
  • Two evaluation sessions given to different Instructors / one evaluation session given to your Advisor
  • Demonstrating Ortho-Bionomy, as an introduction to your practice, to a minimum of 4 people and observed by an Instructor
  • A short written essay (at least one page) on what the principles and philosophy of Ortho-Bionomy has meant to you both personally and professionally.

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

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