Practitioner Training Programs in Ortho-Bionomy®

The Society of Ortho-Bionomy International (SOBI) oversees the training programs for Ortho-Bionomy® Practitioners in the United States.  These programs are designed to teach students the principles and philosophy of Ortho-Bionomy and the evolving concept that is Ortho-Bionomy. 

Classroom time can be a mix of weekend and week long workshops which develop the students understanding of the principles, the phases and their ability to perform the procedures and maneuvers.  In addition to classroom hours, the training program below outlines the specific requirements which includes documented practice hours, sessions received, and sessions for feedback. The fullness of the curriculum aims to create:

  • Practitioners who are healthy and resilient in their own body

  • Highly skilled practitioners who embody the principles of Ortho-Bionomy

  • Intuitive practitioners who use their skills to craft sessions unique to each individual

  • Compassionate humans who can share valuable resources and skills in health and well being

Our students range from college professors to college students, from parents looking for tools to support the health of their family, to massage therapists looking for a more sustainable bodywork option.  We have seen people of all types studying with us and they all do have one thing in common--curiosity to encourage and strengthen the body's inherent wisdom to be healthy and whole.

Practitioner Program

Unlike most massage therapy programs, Ortho-Bionomy is a decentralized program people complete at their own pace and speed, ingesting a weekend or week-long workshop as often as you like.  This setup allows the student to integrate the materials and techniques into their work and lives for a better understanding and assimilation of the work.   

Advanced Practitioner Program

The Advanced Practitioner Program allows for Practitioners to continue in their learning and professional development. The focus in this program is to expand the Practitioner’s understanding and application of the more advanced work of Ortho-Bionomy.

More detailed information about the training programs can be found on the website as well as finding the application for becoming a member of the SOBI. 

Some great ways to learn more about Ortho-Bionomy and to become more connected with the Ortho-Bionomy in Asheville community are to:

  1. Join our email list at the bottom of this page.

  2. Connect with us on FaceBook

  3. Connect with us on Instagram

  4. Connect with us on LinkedIn

  5. Get a session

  6. Take a class

If you do have specific questions, please don't hesitate to contact us with the form below.

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