Aims of the Training Program
The training program is designed to equip students with skills and knowledge that they can immediately apply on family, friends and in their bodywork practice. Individual classes can be taken just for interest or as part of a program to gain recognised qualifications in Ortho-Bionomy. These qualifications include:
- Associate Practitioner (formerly Practitioner-in-Training)
- Advanced Practitioner
- Associate Instructor
- Advanced Instructor
- Instructor Trainer
The first step is to enrol in the Practitioner Training program. To do this, download the Practioner Training Handbook and read it carefully. Then complete the application form, attach your payment for the entrance fee and send it to Ortho-Bionomy Australia. If you are not an Affiliate Member, please also complete a membership form. After you have completed the first 114 hours of training you can apply to become an Associate Practitoner.
A full Practitioner continues to take classes as well as completing other requirements for a total of 505 hours. These are explained in the Practitioner Handbook.
All training handbooks and application forms are accessible via the Resources tab. To view and download these, click on the Resources tab, choose Documents, then select the Training Documents category to see the list.