Cynthia Wood Ortho-Bionomy

Class Schedule

 

 Exploration of Movement March1-2

This class is a great first class and a crucial piece of Ortho-Bionomy training.  In this class participants will follow the foundational principles and explore positions of ease in their clients to trigger the self correcting reflexes.  This class includes techniques for the whole body.  You will find this work simple, elegant and profoundly effective.  This class gives students creative tools while grounding the techniques in the principles of ease and resepct.  It provides a bridge to advanced levels of Ortho-Bionomy and enhances skills for the other basic techniques. I hope you join us!

contact Cynthia:  cwood.p@gmail.com


Phase 5  March 15-16

In Phase 5 we follow the same principles of going with the body, following ease and comfort to trigger self correction. But in Phase 5 we do less to effect more.  We will enhance our skills at listening, preceiving, discovering the subtle postures and refined positions.  In this class we will explore the self correcting reflexes in more detail enabling us to more fully support the healing process.  We will deepen our understanding of relationship, of grounding and of connection.  This class is sometimes called the heart of Ortho-Bionomy.  

Prerequiste:  One foundational level class or permission from the Instructor.

 

Phase 6 and one day of Ethics  April 11-13

I will be teaching Phase 6, the energetics of Ortho-Bionomy.  Unrestricted by gravity or limited by what I can palpate, learn to work with the energy field, deepening your understanding or relationship, and having an expanded ability to percieve.  In this class we will apply the same foundational principles to working in the aura.  Add another level of understanding and a whole new aray of tools to your practice.  This will be my supervized teach so know Advanced Instructor Sheri Covey wil be there adding her wisdom.  

 

Ethics 

This will be a one day class with Sheri Covey, director of the Rocky Mountain School of Ortho-Bionomy.  How does Ortho-Bionomy approach ethics?  What issues arise in our practice and our lives?  Come join us for a day of wisdom and learning.  And bring your questions!  A profound conversation, and an exercise or two, is sure to inspire you!

 

 Contact Cynthia:  cwood.p@gmail.com


Coming in September 2020- Ortho-Bionomy Residential in the White Mountains of NH! 


 

Registration:

Send deposit check made out to 'Cynthia Wood' .

 

Cynthia Wood  Ortho-Bionomy

336 Baker Ave.

Concord, MA

01742

 

If the class is canceled by the instructor full refunds will be given.

 

 

Cynthia Wood

Ortho-Bionomy® Instructor/Practitioner

West Concord and Cambridge, Massachusetts
(617)678-8920

 

Cynthia Wood is an approved provider of Continuing Education credits by the NCBTMB

 

 

 

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