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Ortho-Bionomy Fundamentals: Spine and Pelvis

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Ortho-Bionomy Lecture/Demo

Erin Long, Registered Practitioner

Date: TBD

 

Location: 

Lecture/Demo: Ortho-Bionomy has an astounding ability to access the body’s natural ability to heal itself.  It is elegant work that is gentle and deep.  Ortho-Bionomy embraces the idea that if a body is at ease it has the greatest capacity to receive and process change on all available levels: structural, muscular, the movement of fluids, and greater functioning of the body's systems.

 

In my presentation I will talk about the history and development of Ortho-Bionomy, then I will take a volunteer from the audience so all may see how I work with a client.  If you wish to be considered for the demonstration please wear flexible clothing that bends easily at all the major joints.

Ethics and Emotional Issues

Luann Overmyer, Advanced Instructor

Date: November 15-16, 2019 (Friday-Saturday)

 

Time: 9am - 6pm

Workshop Price: early bird $295, regular price $345 after 10/18/19

Prerequisites: None!

CEU's: 16 NCBTMB approved CEU's

 

Location: Belle Meade Executive Suites, 4525 Harding Pike, Suite 200, Nashville, TN 37205

Ethics and Emotional Issues:

This class provides a forum for discussion of the practical and legal aspects of professional conduct and practitioner ethics in regards to physical, emotional, and energetic boundaries, clear communication, and client and practitioner expectations.  Participants will clarify personal values concerning their work philosophy, and define their scope of practice.  We will also discuss techniques designed to contain and guide emotional release and expression so the practitioner and the client are both comfortable and safe.  In this class we want to encourage the students to question their assumptions about ethical conduct and engage in dialogue with other practitioners to broaden their understanding of ethical behavior.

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Ortho-Bionomy Fundamentals: Spine and Pelvis

Lynne Marotta, Instructor

Date: February 22-23, 2020

 

Time: 9am - 6pm

Workshop Price: early bird $295, regular price $345 after 1/25/20

Prerequisites: None!

CEU's: 16 NCBTMB approved CEU's

 

Location: Mind Body Institute, 2416 Music Valley Drive, Suite 119, Nashville, TN, 37214

Ortho-Bionomy Fundamentals: Spine and Pelvis covers Ortho-Bionomy history, philosophy and basic concepts. In this class you will observe and practice specific techniques for releasing imbalances in the neck, thoracic spine and ribcage, lumbar spine, pelvic girdle and sacrum. These techniques result in the release of pain and neuromuscular tension patterns and promote an expanded range of motion, increased circulation and a greater sense of well-being. Ortho-Bionomy Fundamentals: Spine and Pelvis (also known as “Phase Four for the Spine”) is one of two foundation and prerequisite classes for all further training in Ortho-Bionomy, and is the optimal introductory course.

Ortho-Bionomy techniques are highly effective, easy to learn, easy on your body, and combine well with other treatments. You will discover ways to:

• Help relieve pain gently, without causing discomfort
• Work with common problems such as whiplash injuries, low back pain, and sciatica.

• Release sensitive (trigger) points with little or no effort
• Experience and understand the natural reflexes in the body
• Develop your sensitivity to the subtle, structural changes that promote healing

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Ortho-Bionomy Isometrics and Isotonics

Jessica Mark, Associate Advanced Instructor

Date: April 18-19, 2020

 

Time: 9am - 6pm

Workshop Price: early bird $295, regular price $345 after 3/21/20

Prerequisites: None!

CEU's: 16 NCBTMB approved CEU's

 

Location: Mind Body Institute, 2416 Music Valley Drive, Suite 119, Nashville, TN, 37214

Ortho-Bionomy Isometrics and Isotonics: Learn isometric and isotonic techniques for working with inefficient muscular tension patterns as well as underdeveloped muscle tone. Through the use of restraining movement, while the muscle is engaged, self-correcting reflexes are stimulated and habitual holding patterns can be released. Muscle tone and joint function can balance to create efficiency and ease of movement.

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Upper Extremities Basic Class (Phase 4)

Jim Berns, Advanced Instructor

Date: June 6-7, 2020

 

Time: 9am - 6pm

Workshop Price: early bird $295, regular price $345 after 5/9/20

Prerequisites: None!

CEU's: 16 NCBTMB approved CEU's

 

Location: Mind Body Institute, 2416 Music Valley Drive, Suite 119, Nashville, TN, 37214

Upper Extremities Basic Course (Phase 4): The Releases for the UPPER EXTREMITIES ‘Structure Governs Function’ CLASS uses Osteopathic-based gentle body positions and movements to stimulate self-correcting reflexes within the muscles and nerves. These responses can move the client out of pain and discomfort within 10-30 seconds. This method is very specific and structure-oriented.

 

The Releases for the UPPER EXTREMITIES ‘Structure Governs Function’ CLASS will focus on painless releases of the muscular skeletal patterns for the:

1.      Shoulders

2.      Clavicles

3.      Scapula

4.      Elbows

5.      Wrists

6.      All the bones of the Hands

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Ortho-Bionomy Posture and Post

Lynne Marotta, Instructor

Date: August 15-16, 2020

 

Time: 9am - 6pm

Workshop Price: early bird $295, regular price $345 after 7/18/20

Prerequisites: Phase 4 Spine and Pelvis, or Luann's Phase 4

CEU's: 16 NCBTMB approved CEU's

 

Location: Mind Body Institute, 2416 Music Valley Drive, Suite 119, Nashville, TN, 37214

Ortho-Bionomy Posture and Post: Post Techniques help the practitioner assess whether the Spine and Pelvis work that was just completed with the client was sufficient or was there something else that might be contributing to the issue. You can go back and forth between these simple techniques/movements and the basic fundamental work. The Post techniques also target integration of the spine and pelvis and exercise the inter-vertebral discs to bring health back to the spine and the whole person.

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Refund Policy for 2 day classes only.  Residential has a different policy.

If there is insufficient enrollment or in case a class needs to be cancelled, a full refund will be given to those who have registered and paid in full.  If a student needs to cancel three weeks before the first day of class the student may transfer the full amount to another class, or elect to receive a partial refund of 80% of the class fee.  An administrative fee of 20% will be charged for cancellations within the last three weeks prior to the course.  Any credit card payments will be refunded guided by the policy listed above in the net amount received only.  As a courtesy to the Instructor, coordinator, and other participants please relay your need to cancel in a timely manner.

Ortho-Bionomy® is a registered trademark of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy, International and is used with permission.

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Ortho-Bionomy® is a registered trademark of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy, International and is used with permission.

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