The Society has developed and oversees professional training programs for Ortho-Bionomy® Practitioners: the Registered Practitioner Program and the Registered Advanced Practitioner Program. Both programs are designed to give students a thorough understanding of the principles and philosophy of Ortho-Bionomy in addition to providing extensive hands-on experience in both classes and supervised practice.
Trainees choose an Instructor as an advisor(s) during their training. The advisor(s) assists the student while they complete their curriculum through one-on-one discussions, feedback, and evaluation sessions.
The Practitioner Review Committee (PRC) and the Instructor Review Committee (IRC) meet quarterly to review paperwork submitted by students for appointment as Registered Practitioners, Advanced Practitioners, Associate Instructors through Advanced Instructors. The dates are:
March 15, June 15th, September 15th, December 15th.
Unlike a school setting, trainees choose the pace they wish to complete a program. They can complete the program in a short time, or slowly complete the training over years. They can take their classes in a variety of locations and with a variety of Registered Instructors. A 16-unit or weekend class cost ranges from $250 - $400, depending on the costs to host a class in that location. Visit the Class Page for an up-to-date listing of Ortho-Bionomy classes currently scheduled.
Active Registered Ortho-Bionomy Instructors are the only Instructors who are approved by the Society to teach Ortho-Bionomy. Only credit from their classes will be recognized when students request evolvement to Associate, Practitioner, Advanced Practitioner or Instructor status.