The Residential training programs provide participants with the opportunity to broaden and deepen their understanding of Ortho-Bionomy techniques and principles through in-depth immersion for five or more days of uninterrupted study. Residentials also allow time for learning and personal growth as well as relaxation to facilitate the integration of technique, philosophy and the qualities of “Be-ing” rather than “Do-ing”.
This year the New South Wales Residential was conducted by two Advanced Instructors: Bruce Stark based in Sydney, Australia and Luann Overmyer based in Florida, USA. Eighteen participants came from all over Australia, including Tasmania, South and West Australia as well as from New Zealand. As the Ortho-Bionomy community increases, the Residentials which up until this date have been held every two years in NSW, will now become a yearly event, at Sangsurya, a charming retreat venue in Byron Bay.
Have a look at the photos taken at the 2015 Ortho-Bionomy Residential Training Programme in Byron Bay. These are the two Advanced Instructors who gave the Course.