Class Dates: 
Friday, April 26, 2019 - 17:15 to Sunday, April 28, 2019 - 20:15
Time zone: 
Pacific Time
Winfield BC
Class Details: 





Class Details:

April 26thTutorials and Evening Study Group 

April 27th: The Flow of the Phases (8 Units) 
April 28th: Inspiring Tidbits/Elective (8 Units) 

Registration/Sessions for 

(Not included in conference price)
Study Group
Seminar – The Flow of the Phases (8 Units) ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Supper and Social Seminar-InspiringTidbits(Elective8Units) 

To book Friday sessions and for additional information please contact coordinator Sarah Robson 250- 308-6710 

Included in the price are snacks during seminars, Saturday supper, and the Social night

Detailed Schedule: 

Friday April 26 


1 pm Registration desk is open 


1 pm - 4 pm Instructors will be available for Tutorials:  Sessions/Evaluation/Feedback       (Not included in conference price)


5:30 pm – 8:30 pm Evening Study Group (Included in Conference price)

Saturday April 27 

8:30 am – 4:00 pm Seminar: Flow of the Phases 

4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Annual General Meeting

6 pm - Supper followed by Social with your OB family

Sunday April 28:

8:30 am – 4:00 pm Seminar: Inspiring Tidbits 


“Please bring anything you may have to donate to our silent auction which will contribute to the next AGM Conference” 

There are two motels within walking distance
Lake Country Inn: 10010 Hwy 97, Lake Country, BC 1 250-766-4928 (closest) $89-99 for OBAC members / Super 8 Motel: 9564 Highway 97, Lake Country, BC (250) 766-5244 $99 - $139 

To register, please send $100.00 deposit payable to OBAC to:

Ortho-Bionomy Association of Canada / Treasurer 


Or e-transfer to 



Baeleay Callister

Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia
Phone: (604) 885-5132


Baeleay Callister is an Advanced Instructor who has been actively in practice since 1984 and teaching since 1991. She has studied and worked extensively with the Founder, Dr. Arthur Lincoln Pauls and many other wonderful Instructors that started with Arthur in 1978 or soon thereafter. Ms. Callister is one of the founders of the Ortho-Bionomy® Association of Canada and remains an Advisor for the Board and on the Curriculum committee. She is an Instructor Trainer and co-developer of the Instructor Development Program.

Baeleay teaches all over Canada, the US, and Mexico . Baeleay's teaching is also a lifetime practice of the principles; she is a staunch advocate of maintaining the integrity of the work and encouraging individual evolvement. She shares with her students a platform and environment for personal growth and awareness with the practice of being with 'what is'. The profound simplicity makes Ortho-Bionomy endure as a unique practice that is practical, respectful, educational, painless and easily supports the notion of 'mind, body and spirit'.

Baeleay lives and works on the Sunshine Coast of Beautiful British Columbia where she maintains a practice. 

To inquire about a session or a class, go to
call (604)885-5132 or email:

Instructor Trainer
Advanced Instructor
Advanced Practitioner
OBAC Advisor

Elaine Tucker
1839 Dog Creek Rd
Williams Lake, British Columbia
Phone: (250) 392-2730
Janet McKenna

Vancouver, British Columbia
Phone: (778) 928-0821
Judith Miller
1560 Homer Mews, Suite 1103
Vancouver And Roberts Creek (Sunshine Coast), British Columbia
Phone: (604) 362-3906

Judith Miller is an Advanced Practitioner and Advanced Instructor with the Ortho-Bionomy Association of Canada. She has been active in Ortho-Bionomy since 1993. For private sessions or study groups, please email or phone Judith.  Judith is now practicing and teaching in Vancouver and in Roberts Creek, British Columbia.

Gentle and effective relief from Ortho-Bionomy treatment of a whiplash injury enticed Judith to explore OB. She finds it a fundamental life approach whose principles have changed her life. She loves the easeful nature of the work and the way it empowers the client. Beginning Ortho-Bionomy for sheer interest, she so enjoyed the work that she became a Practitioner, an Advanced Practitioner and then an Advanced Instructor so that she could share her passion for Ortho-Bionomy and help others find balance and comfort through OB. She loves its ability to work with a wide range of clients, from athletes to newborns or folks just fresh from surgery.

Judith trained in osteopathy to enhance her capacity to guide clients towards well being and to understand more fully the roots of Ortho-Bionomy. This work included extensive training in cranial sacral and visceral work. Judith is a registered Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and a member of the British Columbia Association of Osteopathic Practitioners.
Judith's formation includes a master's degree in Medical Sciences, training as  a Gestalt facilitator and intensive training in Chow Qi Gong and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She served in the mentor program on energy and consciousness with Richard Moss. Judith has taught biology, physiology, genetics, bioenergetics, and ecology at various universities, as well as yoga, tai chi and toning.
In the past Judith served as ethics and policy advisor at the Medical Research Council of Canada, as science advisor at the Science Council of Canada, as conference coordinator for the Summit Conference on Bioethics and as the founding director of the National Council on Bioethics in Human Research. Judith is Past President of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy International®.
Marie Long
3075 Dunsmuir Rd
Vernon, British Columbia
Phone: (250) 542-0763

Vernon, British Columbia, Canada
(250) 542-0763

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