Bowenwork® procedures are taught in module format with each module consisting of 16 hours classroom training. Generally, one module is held per month on a weekend (Saturday and Sunday). Courses that are a great distance may have two modules back-to-back (ie. Thursday to Sunday), held every second month. Check the Schedule page for precise dates and locations.
The content of each training module is standard in every country where BTAA-accredited instructors teach. Every module includes:
The training program covers the following modules (classes):
Prerequisite: Module 1
Prerequisite: Module 2
Prerequisite: Module 3
Prerequisite: Module 4
Prerequisite: Module 5
Prerequisite: Must wait a minimum of one month after successful completion of Module 6
final accreditation requirements
Credit may be granted for previous anatomy and business classes taken. If you have NOT taken the courses previously, online or self-study options are available. Information on the self-study courses will be provided to registered students at the first class.
After successfully completing Module 7, practitioners are required to take a minimum of four days (32 contact hours) of BTAA-approved courses every two years in order to maintain accreditation. These courses are an opportunity to deepen your understanding and skill, and to network with other Bowenwork® practitioners. Continuing education courses include advanced Bowenwork®, international conferences, practitioner days, courses for specific areas of application and practice, or repeating any of the modules 1-6.
The annual registration fee to the Canadian registry (CBBG) is due at module 1.
Please bring a cheque payable to “CBBG Inc.” in the amount of $101.70 CAD. See below for benefits of membership to CBBG.**