Upcoming Ortho-Bionomy Classes

Balancing Menstrual Cycles - Resolving Problem Periods

Learn how to help women get lasting relief from period pain and other symptoms of PMS, irregular periods and fertility issues with Ortho-Bionomy.

  • Date: Saturday 7th October 2023, 9am-5pm
  • Location: New Norfolk, Tasmania
  • Fee$190 Early Bird discount paid by 1st Oct | $210 for OBA members after 1st Oct | $230 for non-members after 1st Oct
  • Pre-requisite: None – open to all

We’ll cover:

  • What causes menstrual cycle disruption including bad periods, irregularity, PCOS, hormone problems & fertility issues – and it’s probably not what you’ve been told
  • How to use the simple techniques of Ortho-Bionomy to encourage rapid recovery from these conditions
  • The free, natural solutions every woman can implement to restore menstrual balance
  • Effective self-care techniques to teach your clients (and use for yourself) to support long-term change

Includes a detailed course manual (plus optional digital copy) and 8 hours/units of study & CPE points with OBA (and some other professional organisations – check with yours)

BONUS: 2 Study Groups (masterclasses) on Sunday 8th October  – only open to people who have taken at least one Ortho-Bionomy class – so if you’re new to Ortho-Bionomy you’ll be eligible to join the masterclasses after attending this class on the Saturday.


To pay by bank transfer or request a payment plan email janine@janinemccarthy.com.au

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Study Groups (Masterclasses)

 2 Study Groups in New Norfolk, Tasmania on Sunday 8th October 2023: 

9.30am-12.30pm: Solutions for Acute & Chronic Shoulder Problems 

Powerful solutions for the most common shoulder issues with mild to severe pain and dysfunction.

2pm-5pm: Open Q&A – Workshopping issues for  clients and self

Ask about any issues presenting in your practice or for friends/family/self and we will find the best techniques and self-care options.

  • Fee: $70 for 1 class or $120 for both
  • Attendees receive a certificate for a 3-hour Study Group in Ortho-Bionomy Australia’s training programs or CEUs for OBA membership.
  • Pre-requisite: 1 Ortho-Bionomy class

New to Ortho-Bionomy? The class on Saturday 7th October (see above) meets the pre-requisite requirement for the Study Groups – attend that class first to be eligible for the Study Groups. 

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Melbourne: Exploration of Movement (Date TBC)

This is an essential companion class to Ortho-Bionomy Fundamentals (Phase 4), open to beginners and experienced practitioners.

In Ortho-Bionomy we use movement in 3 key ways – for assessment, for releasing tension patterns, and for integrating change. In this class you’ll learn to

  • Develop your palpation & assessment skills
  • Identify muscle movement preferences
  • Gently & painlessly encourage release of fascial restrictions
  • Expand range and ease of motion in the joints 
  • Increase flexibility throughout the body

Held on 2 Sundays, 2 weeks apart to give you time to practise and integrate skills from Day 1 before attending Day 2

  • Dates: TBC
  • Location: 
  • Pre-requisite: None – this class is open to all
  • Fee$400 Early Bird paid by | $420 for OBA members after | $450 for non-members after 

Includes a detailed course manual (plus optional digital copy) and 16 hours/units of study & CPE points with OBA (and some other professional organisations – check with yours)

Getting there: Tram 86 is right outside the door, or it’s a 10min walk from Bell Station on the Mernda train line, or if you’re driving there’s free all-day parking in Plenty Rd and nearby Raglan St.

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