Fundamentals of Ortho-Bionomy
Focus on the Extremities - (Phase
In this class we cover the history, philosophy, principles, and methods of
Ortho-Bionomy and provide an overview of the fundamental techniques for working with the working with the joints of the extremities.
We learn Phase Four techniques utilize gentle movements and positions of comfort to facilitate the release of muscular tension
and overall stress by stimulating the self-corrective reflexes of the body which help the body create structural alignment
and balance from within. Learn how to work more efficiently and with less effort with your clients.
and Sunday, April 18 & 19, 2020
9:30 am – 5:30 pm
South Elgin, IL
Taught by Marla Moore – Registered Ortho-Bionomy
Approved NCBTMB Provider - 14 credit hours
pre-requisites or bodywork experience necessary.
Only $350 Early Bird Special $310 if paid in full by April 1, 2020.
Marla Moore at 847-421-5690 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
for further details.
Ortho‐Bionomy is a gentle type of bodywork that has
the ability to release dysfunctional patterns that no longer work well for the body. By exaggerating the body’s preferred
posture, the body’s self‐healing process is engaged, and the inherent wisdom of the body is honored. We support
the body where it is and therefore it is able to have a motive for change. Releasing tension patterns are made possible when
options of movement are offered. This process speaks to the body in a language the body can understand and respond resulting
in the opportunity to self-balance or self-correct.
is subtle yet powerful.