Supporting Student Evolvement
A Student may start working on their required documented sessions after attending their first 16 hour class. Students at the OH Student Clinic have taken a minimum of 16 hours up to nearly 500 hours of classes. Below is a brief introduction to each student so you can find a match that is good for you. All students are trained strongly in our prinicples of working in comfort and we have many amazing stories of relief from clients working with even the most beginner of student.
Each student brings their background and personality to their work
and they are all still learning, so please don't hesitate to try a few in the clinic
Jennifer Hickel is an Advanced Student and Member of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy® International and is about 1/2 way through her classes towards Practitioner. She is interested in practicing on animals as well as people. She has an anticipated graduation of September 2018. She has been working with people and animals in the energetic field for years and hopes to deepen her work with bringing Ortho-Bionomy® into her practice. Her goal is to take what she is learning on people and primarily transfer it to supporting the health of animals.
Lilly Oshiem is an Advanced Student and Member of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy® International and is about 1/2 way through her classes towards Practitioner. She has an anticipated graduation of September 2018. Lilly is a dog-lover and owner of two adorable pugs. She is focusing her work on people at this time.
Destiny Green is an Advanced Student and a Student Member of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy® International and a final year student at the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland. She anticipates receiving her Practitioner's license by the end of 2016. She is interested with working primarily with people only.
Caitlyn Moe is a Beginner Student and Student Member of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy® International. After a year of receiving sessions from a practitioner and experiencing deep healing, she became eager to expand and share her knowledge of Ortho-Bionomy and began her journey toward a practitioner license. Caitlyn has studied Phase 4 techniques and is able to work from the more physical side of Ortho-Bionomy. She is currently an assistant Montessori teacher.