Do you love helping clients heal and change their lives…but sometimes you struggle to get through to them?

What if you could pinpoint what was really holding them back with greater speed and accuracy?…

And do so gently without diving into deep traumatic experiences?

Bodynamic is a pioneering somatic psychology system that fills the gap most other systems or change techniques miss.

It’s based on over 40 years of empirical research on childhood development, brain science, relationship and cognitive psychology.

It’s the missing link that brings all other therapies in your toolkit together.

After learning Bodynamics, you’ll not only have the framework to decisively identify the source of your clients deepest self-destructive patterns.

You’ll have a whole new set of relational, psychological and somatic tools to help clients unlock emotional skills and power they never knew existed.

Your clients will sense new psychological competencies, resolve issues sooner, and integrate these changes directly into their lives.

And you don’t have to dive into deep traumatic experiences.

Because healing can be found in the everyday challenges of life.

The Bodynamics model explains how non-traumatic developmental disruptions are encoded in both mind and body.

Using specific muscles, you help clients address issues in a highly targeted way and experience success where all other therapies failed.

You’ll finally have the knowledge and power to effortlessly create deeper breakthroughs for …

  • Yourself
  • Your practice
  • And your toughest, “stuck” clients.

On September 30th, we’re offering a FREE introductory session on Bodynamic psychology.

This talk will give you an overview and introduction to the Bodynamic system. Topics covered will be as follows:

  • The Seven Developmental stages
  • How mind and body are connected based on psychomotoric research conducted in Denmark over 45 years
  • What distinguishes Trauma from developmental disruptions and how they are linked
  • More in-depth overview of Autonomy and Will developmental stages
  • How specific muscles are encoded psychologically and how we work with them

Day, Time & Location:

Monday September  30, 2019 7:00pm – 9:00pm – Free (Please register above to let us know you are coming.)

Location: Conference Room#305 – 3rd floor of Roots On Whyte 8135 102 St NW, Edmonton, AB

Who is this For?
Professionals who work with people. Previous trainings have included somatic psychologists, counselling therapists, social workers, physicians, teachers, chiropractors, physical therapists, massage therapists, bodyworkers, personal development coaches and yoga instructors.

Please invite your friends and colleagues who may be interested in the training.


This Introductory evening talk is promotional for the full 17-Day training which happens in four modules.

Nov 7 – 11, 2019
Jan 24 – 27, 2020
Apr 3 – 6, 2020
Jul 10 – 13, 2020

About Bodynamics:
Bodynamics is a precise and practical approach to working with the body to make verbal psychotherapy more efficient and effective. This somatic therapy enables the practitioner to make precise interventions related to the developmental origins of your clients’ current problems.

Based on a wealth of empirical research the Bodynamics model describes how non-traumatic developmental disruptions are encoded in both mind and body. Bodynamic trainees learn to use specific muscles to build somatic resources that will guide, extend, and contain verbal therapy. This precision aids clients to sense new psychological competencies, resolve issues sooner, and integrate these changes directly into their lives.

Learning Bodynamics also sensitizes you to the themes of the developmental stages around which relationships and psychological development take place. Building your relationship with a client around these themes will greatly facilitate your ability to heal attachment disruptions.


Event Coordinator, Website & Online Registration Support: Jonathan Zerbin
Phone# 1 (780) 708-3604


8135 102 St NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T6E 4A4


Conference Room#305 – 3rd Floor

  • September 9, 2019 - October 1, 2019
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm