OBEAT – Ortho-Bionomy® european association of teachers
The OBEAT – “Ortho-Bionomy® European Association of Teachers” was founded on May 18, 1996 in France. Arthur Lincoln Pauls, the founder of the concept, transferred his rights to OBEAT upon his death. Since the death of Arthur Lincoln Pauls in 1997, OBEAT holds the European rights for the name Ortho-Bionomy®. With the establishment of this association, clear guidelines for Ortho-Bionomy® practitioner and teacher training were established at the European level.
All European Ortho-Bionomy® teachers are members of OBEAT and must attend the association’s annual meetings for at least 4 days within 4 years. This ensures quality assurance and further development of Ortho-Bionomy®.