May 1

Ethics and Emotional Issues

Start Date
1 May 2021 3:00 PM
End Date
2 May 2021 4:30 PM
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Participants will learn and explore skills for ethically addressing emotional responses that may arise, within themselves or their client during a session, in appropriate and professional ways. In addition, participants discuss the guidelines for professional conduct and review Ortho-Bionomy Australia's Code of Ethics.

In the (2) 90-minute sessions of this study group, 3pm till 4.30pm on Saturday 1st May and Sunday 2nd May, through role play, discussion and exploration of these areas, we will highlight the ways the principles of Ortho-Bionomy can inform ethical processes in your practice.

This 3-hour study group will gain students credit as a study group/3 training credits in the Practitioner Training Program. Attendance will fulfill the alternative Ethics and Emotional Issues (E and E) component for students looking to evolve to Associate Practitioner status.

 

 
Event Type
On-Line Study Group. (90 minutes per day)
Event Location
On-Line via Zoom Link

Saturday 24th Apr 2021 - Sunday 25th Apr 2021
Foundations of Ortho-Bionomy/Phase Four with Hugh Churchward Cairns
This foundation class covers the history, philosophy and concepts of Ortho-Bionomy and provides an overview of the basic release techniques and anatomy for each major joint in the body. ...
Saturday 29th May 2021 - Sunday 30th May 2021
Exploration of the Body's Movement Patterns Townsville
Learning to explore, and identify efficient vs inefficient movement patterns adds a dynamic dimension to the more static positional release techniques of Fundamental Ortho-Bionomy. Participants will learn to recognize and feel patterns of joint and muscle movement, in order to facilitate increased range of comfortable motion. ...

Upcoming Events
Free Lecture and Demonstration of Ortho-Bionomy Bodywork with Frank Heslin Free Lecture and Demonstration of Ortho-Bionomy Bodywork with Frank Heslin

This one hour presentation will define and explain Ortho-Bionomy as a bodywork modality. The aim is to demonstrate some Ortho-Bionomy techniques and how an Ortho-Bionomist works. A 15-minute introduction will outline the history, philosophy and principles of Ortho-Bionomy. Then there will be opportunity for participants to experience and / or to observe the ‘hands on’ work. Throughout the presentation there will the chance to ask questions and join in on discussion.

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11 March 2021
3 Day Ortho-Bionomy Foundation Class with Frank Heslin 3 Day Ortho-Bionomy Foundation Class with Frank Heslin

Specific positioning techniques to stimulate natural self-correcting neuro-muscular reflexes for all joints of the body will be taught. These gentle techniques facilitate the release of pain and tension patterns, promote expanded range of motion, and offer a greater sense of well-being.

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13 March 2021 - 15 March 2021
  Self-Care Practices Class

This class is an opportunity for attendees, from all backgrounds, to learn self-care practices to support their own structural wellness. Therapists from all modalities, as well as students of Ortho-Bionomy, will learn ways of providing clients with the most effective exercises to do after the session to integrate the changes experienced within the session. This supports enduring change.

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17 April 2021 - 18 April 2021
  Foundations of Ortho-Bionomy/Phase Four with Hugh Churchward

This foundation class covers the history, philosophy and concepts of Ortho-Bionomy and provides an overview of the basic release techniques and anatomy for each major joint in the body.

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24 April 2021 - 25 April 2021
  Ethics and Emotional Issues

Working in close relationship with a client requires an awareness of ethically and emotionally appropriate and professional pathways that will most effectively allow positive outcomes to arise. The principles of Ortho-Bionomy can inform this process. Join us for the (2) 90-minute sessions, completing this study group, 3pm till 4.30pm on Saturday 1st May and 3pm till 4.30pm on Sunday 2nd May.

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1 May 2021 - 2 May 2021
  Exploration of the Body's Movement Patterns

Learning to explore, and identify efficient vs inefficient movement patterns adds a dynamic dimension to the more static positional release techniques of Fundamental Ortho-Bionomy. Participants will learn to recognize and feel patterns of joint and muscle movement, in order to facilitate increased range of comfortable motion.

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29 May 2021 - 30 May 2021
  Postural Re-education and Post Treatment techniques

In this class students will gain understanding, exploring and creating balance within the structures that hold us upright. Modern life tends to have us living in a fast-forward "lean" or in an overuse pattern. This creates structural disharmony, patterns of inefficient movement, pain, lack of movement and even rigidity. The aim of this class is to learn methods to notice these inefficient patterns of imbalance, learn ways to create freedom of movement, and ways to integrate these changes.

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28 August 2021 - 29 August 2021
  Postural Re-education and Post Treatment techniques

In this class students will gain understanding, exploring and creating balance within the structures that hold us upright. The aim of this class is to learn methods to notice these inefficient patterns of imbalance and posture, and learn ways to create freedom of movement, efficient posture, and to integrate these changes.

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6 November 2021 - 7 November 2021