This program is designed to give individuals a thorough understanding of the art and practice of Ortho-Bionomy. The focus is on providing the trainees with an understanding of applying the principles of Ortho-Bionomy to the techniques. The student also learns to present and demonstrate Ortho-Bionomy to use in their own practices and communities. Becoming a Registered Practitioner of Ortho-Bionomy is an on-going process. It is both a personal process and a process of coming to understand the work and how to utilize it.
The Practitioner Training Program is a 503 unit training program consisting of classroom study, residential/intensive study, mentorship and practical experience.
• 290 units of classroom study, including Anatomy & Physiology, Phase 4, 5, 6, and various classes
• 40 units of Residential/Intensive study
• 23 units of Tutorial/Mentorship time
• 150 Units of Documented Sessions and Practical Experience
You may use the links below to download a PDF of the Practitioner Training Program Handbook. This includes detailed information of the program, from application, program forms to the course requirements and program completion. There is also a link to the Program Fees in PayPal.