32 units of Anatomy and Physiology:
The Ortho-Bionomy - Anatomy and Physiology requirements are 32 units for Practitioner and 32 units for the Advanced Practitioner levels. It is taught as a interactive class. If you have accredited Anatomy certificates this class is eligible for waiver.
32 units is required by the OBAC Practitioner Certification Program
Part ONE- 32 units
Anatomy Part 1: Axial skeleton and Muscular system , Cranial sutures and bones, types and specific function of the bones and bony landmarks
Appendicular skeleton and Muscular system, Girdles, Anatomy regions, Clinical vocabulary, Muscular system, Connective tissues Proprioception, Cavities and Regions
$ 675 for 4 day class ( 32 units) /Please send deposit $ 100 by October September 15 /2018
Where: Okanagan BC- Lake Country
Marie Long3075 Dunsmuir Rd
Vernon, British Columbia
Phone: (250) 542-0763
Vernon, British Columbia, Canada
One of the luxuries in life is your Comfort Zone. As a certified Advanced Instructor and practitioner of Ortho-Bionomy, Marie appreciates the respectful and comfortable techniques that Ortho-Bionomy offers to restore function throughout the body. Marie has been in private practice since 1994, her professional experience as a registered massage therapist opened the door to her search for more therapeutic approaches to whole body health. While embarking on a personal health search Marie embraced Ortho-Bionomy and found this approach to be an answer to her search.
In addition to Ortho-Bionomy, Marie also works with CranioSacral Therapy, Lymph Drainage and Visceral manipulation. Marie's commitment to her profession through her private practice as well as her teaching is testament to her continued personal and professional quest for whole body balance.
For more information feel free to take a look at Marie's own website http://www.ortho-bodybalance.ca/