To be able to offer a unified training in Europe, OBEAT has developed a “minimal common training program”. This means that a trained Ortho-Bionomy® Practitioner in Europe has completed at least 38 course days (304 hours) of education with a final examination.
In order to be able to offer uniform training in Europe, the OBEAT has developed a “minimal common training program”. This states, that an Ortho-Bionomy® Practitioner trained in Europe must have at least one training course of 38 course days (304 hours) with a final examination in 2 parts.
In addition, each OBEAT member country has individual regulations for the Ortho-Bionomy® Practitioner training and therefore has anchored additional course days in its training curriculum. These are listed under the respective national associations and institutes.
Training to become a certified Ortho-Bionomy® Practitioner according to OBEAT guidelines based on the “minimal common training program”:
- 10 days of Ortho-Bionomy® Phase 4 (Structural Techniques) including 3 review days
- 5 days of Ortho-Bionomy® Phase 5 (Dynamic Techniques)
- 4 days of Ortho-Bionomy® Phase 6 (Energetic Techniques)
- 10 days of Ortho-Bionomy® Residential (2-week blocks)
- 4 days of Ortho-Bionomy® Cranial Techniques
- 2 days of Ortho-Bionomy® Visceral Techniques
- 3 days of free topics
- 20 documented sessions
- recommendation by a teacher
- written work about Ortho-Bionomy®
- practical and oral examination in 2 stages
Training duration: at least 2 years