New Hope Ortho-Bionomy®

Mind at Ease, Body at Ease, Spirit at Ease

Classes

Phase 4 Basic Seminar, Shakopee MN 

Part 1:  August 14th and 15th, 2021, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Part 2:  August 27th and 28th, 2021, 9:30 am - 5:30 pm
 
Instructor: Jeanne Douglas, Associate Advanced Instructor and Advanced Practitioner
Teaching Assistant:  Ann McFadden, Practitioner, Instructor Trainee
 
These classes are designed for anyone interested in natural health and self-care.

Come learn a simple, effective bodywork that relieves stress, headaches, back pain, and much more.  Ortho-Bionomy is easy to learn, and can have a positive impact on improving reflexes, speeding recovery rates, and restoring balance to the body.

Ortho-Bionomy taps into the individual pattern, completely acknowledging and affirming the body in the moment.  It is non-protocol based allowing you to follow the "preferred posture" and the "ease of movement" presented to you as you work on the body.  Gentle and non-invasive, it blends well with other modalities.

No previous experience is necessary to participate in Part One of this Basic class.

Class Descriptions

Part 1 
The first 2 days of this Basic will cover working with the body using gentle, easy to use, non-invasive techniques. You will become familiar with the origins and concepts of Ortho-Bionomy, and learn hands-on positioning techniques that allow the body to rediscover its own ideal and bring itself back to balance. Specific releases for the spine, ribs, and many general techniques for the entire body will be covered this weekend.
 
Your take away:  You have the ability to complete wonderfully satisfying Ortho-Bionomy sessions for family and friends. And, on the second morning of the class you will put into practice what you learned on the first day and complete a Full Body 20 Minute Ortho-Bionomy Session.
 
Part 2 
Days 3 and 4 will focus on releases for the pelvis, hips, knees, elbows, wrists, shoulders, ribs, sacrum and scapula.  You will continue applying the concepts and principles of Ortho-Bionomy as you gain a deeper understanding of how they relate to the body.
 
Your take away:  Practical application of the techniques by starting each morning of the class with a full body 20 minute exchange. This not only teaches you how to apply the work, it also allows your body to release accumulated stress and pain so you are in a relaxed comfort state to enhance learning.
 

(Pre-requisite: Part 1 of this series, any Phase 4 class, or approval from Jeanne)

Cost

All four Days: 
$600 if a $100 deposit is received by July 10 (SOBI member repeat fee: $420)
$650 after July 10 (SOBI member repeat fee: $455)
 
***All New Students Must Sign Up For Part 1 and Part 2 – Four Day Session***
 
Two Days Only:
$300 if a $100 deposit received by July 10. (SOBI member repeat fee: $210)
$325 after July 10: (SOBI member repeat fee: $230)
 
Cash, Check, and Credit cards accepted. Payment plans available.
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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