BioBasics Vic Journey from the part to the whole

Event Info


Friday, July 26, 2024
Saturday, July 27, 2024


Seaview Williamstown Conference Centre, 71 Morris Street Williamstown


Journey from the part to the whole. A didactic and laboratory exploration into the principles and practices of the Biodynamic Model

BioBasics courses create a supportive space for participants to explore their perceptual experience and feel part of an osteopathic family interested in experiencing and palpating the beauty and perfection that Drs Still and Sutherland both wrote about.

Biobasics courses are open to any undergraduate osteopathy student and graduate osteopaths from all backgrounds who would like to explore traditional osteopathy. No previous skill or training is required. The course provides a rich experience for undergraduates as well as experienced practitioners.

The next Victoria course will be held at the beautiful Melbourne Seaview Williamstown Conference Centre. Located in the beautiful inner-city sanctuary of Williamstown, Seaview is a light and bright events centre overlooking the waters of Port Phillip Bay.

Seaview Williamstown Conference Centre 26 and 27 July 2024

71 Morris Street Williamstown Entrance/parking off Battery Road

The course is held over two days, 26 and 27July and features guest lecturers and tutors. To meet your lectures and tutors visit

The student to tutor ratio is 2:1 which allows individual guidance and mentoring. All teaching staff have more than 10 years’ experience, most have more than 20 years.

The format is 3-4 sessions per day containing a short lecture then a practical. The emphasis is on gaining hands-on experience in palpating the inherent forces of the body to enable diagnosis and treatment.

Learning objectives

  • Develop your skills of subtle palpation and the value of listening hands
  • Expand your understanding of the inherent processes of healing and repair
  • Deepen your understanding of the profound function of breathing
  • Explore the value of true rest and its restorative function
  • Learn skills you can immediately implement

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