Anyone can learn Flowtrition.
Who can study Flowtrition?
Anyone can learn Flowtrition. Chiropractors, medical doctors, dentists, optometrists, horse trainers, massage therapists, acupuncturists, midwives, housewives, farriers, equine dentists, computer programers and more take Flowtrition classes. Some attend to become Certified Flow Practitioners and have a Flowtrition office; others incorporate it into their current occupation. Many people learn in order to do Flow with their family, friends and animal companions.
What is the purpose of Flowtrition?
In all Flow sessions, the purpose is to connect, and follow rapport. The body is the guide for what will best support that individual. Flowtrition is not about diagnosing, or fixing. It is about listening to the body, supporting the body, and allowing the body the opportunity to heal itself.
What is involved in studying Flowtrition?
There are five levels of study in Flowtrition. Levels 1 & 2, as well as 3 & 4, are taught in combination over the course of a three day weekend (Friday through Sunday). A person can take any level by itself, but they will save money by taking them together. All classes must be taken in sequential order.
To become a Certified Flowtrition Practitioner, the following requirements must be satisfied:
Successful completion of Levels 1 through 5
Completion of 100 Flow sessions on a minimum of 10 different subjects, including specific documentation
Passing the exam with a score of 70 or above (the exam includes an oral, written and practical section; exam fee is $150 and can be retaken in parts)
"As a midwife, I have enthusiastically started using Flow with newborns who are either crying or having difficulty nursing after birth. Following a purposeful contact I have observed that the baby gently reorganizes his/her body followed by two phenomenal changes: 1) the baby falls into a peaceful sleep, or 2) the baby latches on to nurse easily."
- Becky Burpo, CNM Certified Nurse-Midwife