Continuing Education at Downeast School of Massage, Waldoboro, Maine

Ortho-Bionomy® : Focus on the Extremities

with Cynthia Wood

May 5, 6, 2018

14 CE Hours, 9:30AM – 5:30PM daily

Cost: $350.00 pre-registration, after April 15, $375.00

Come learn the principles, history and techniques of this gentle and deeply effective form of bodywork.  If you took the Spine and Pelvis class, come complete the Basic techniques for the body.  If you are new to Ortho-Bionomy this foundational class is a perfect place to start.  Ortho-Bionomy is effective with both acute and chronic pain as well as stress and trauma.  Ortho-Bionomy provides a tool for Massage Therapists to work deeply into tissue while saving their hands from strain.  It provides a tool for energy workers to address the body physically and structurally but without force or invasiveness.  It is a fun, respectful, powerful way for anyone interested in healing or personal growth to work with others.

Participants will learn techniques for the shoulders, ribs, elbows, wrists, hands, hip rotation, knees, ankles and feet.  Also, students will learn how to creatively apply the principles, to “make it up”!  Ortho-Bionomy works by gentle positioning and movements which exaggerate the body’s imbalance triggering a self-correcting reflexive response.  Tensions relax, pain subsides, function and range of motion improve and well-being is restored.  Ortho-Bionomy mixes well with other forms of bodywork, healthcare and personal growth.

Ortho-Bionomy is a registered trademark of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy International, Inc. and is used with permission.

 

Instructor Bio:

Cynthia Wood is a Registered Instructor and Advanced Practitioner of Ortho-Bionomy.  She studied with Dr. Pauls, the creator of the work.  She was the founder and director of the New England Center for Ortho-Bionomy.  A graduate of the Chicago School of Massage Therapy, Cynthia has been in practice since 1989.  In addition to private practice she has worked in a variety of settings including a physical therapy clinic, spa, athletic events, and the Kovler Center for Survivors to the classroom.  She lives outside Boston with her family and practices in Concord and Cambridge, MA.  She is an approved provider of CE Hours by the NCBTMB.

To register or for more information, contact Downeast School of Massage, 207-832-5531.

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