ORTHO – BIONOMY® Phase 4 Extremities/ March 25-26/2017
This foundation class covers the history, philosophy and concepts of Ortho-Bionomy and provides an overview of the basic release techniques and review of the anatomy for each major joint in the body. Movements and positions of comfort are demonstrated to facilitate the release of muscular tension and overall stress by stimulating the inherent, self-corrective reflexes of the body which helps the body create structural alignment and balance from within.
This class will focus on extremities and will include the release of the ribs, shoulder, including frozen shoulder clavicle, scapula, elbow, wrist and fingers with emphasis on the tennis elbow and the carpal tunnel syndromes. In the lower extremities are included the hip sockets, knees, ankles, feet and toes with emphasis on knee sprains, sprained ankles, dropped metatarsal, longitudinal arches and the bunion correction
Class will commence at 9:00 AM and conclude at 5:00 PM each day.
Each weekend workshop fee is $350 - $100 deposit is required in order to confirm your registration and is due 2 weeks prior the class. To register, please contact Shauna /firstname.lastname@example.org PH.780 616 4971 or Jean Ph.780 455-1543 or Marie Long at: email@example.com
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/