Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Anat Baniel Method® International offers continuing education (CE) credits for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, and CEU’s for California Physical Therapy Association.
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Earn CEUs as Support Staff at our Trainings
As a graduate, you can hone and refine your skills AND earn continuing education credits as an ABM NeuroMovement® Practitioner. Come, work, experience the training again, dive in deeper, and learn more! Click here to view our upcoming Support Staff Opportunities.
Note: To be considered for a Training Assistant position, you need to first attend the training program as Support Staff.
“I’m including what I’m learning in the Anat Baniel Method training
with my osteopathy clients and people feel better more quickly.”
The Practitioner Training Program offers hundreds of different techniques, movement lessons, and a profound and rich understanding based in science and rich human experience.
Personal and Professional Transformation
Through hundreds of hours of movement lessons, lectures, demonstrations and hands-on practice, you will find yourself changing, transforming for the better, and learning the same way you did as a child. You will gain the knowledge and tools to continue improving and growing throughout life.
As a professional, you will transform the outcomes you reach with your clients, from children with special needs to world-class athletes, beyond what is normally known to be possible.
Some of the Ways Anat Baniel Method® NeuroMovement® Practitioners Can Help:
Enhance strength and flexibility of the body
Increase cognitive acuity, flexibility, and creativity
Reduce or eliminate back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, and joint pain
Facilitate and improve the process of recovery from stroke, injury, and surgery
Reverse the typical symptoms of aging and greatly enhance vitality
Improve coordination, balance, and breathing
Enhance performance in the areas of sports, music, voice, dance, and more
Replace poor habits–physical, cognitive, and emotional
Provide greater relief and longer lasting functioning for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) and multiple sclerosis (MS)
Provide transformational outcomes for people with arthritis, repetitive strain injury (RSI), attention deficit disorder (ADD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and cerebral palsy (CP)