Twists & Turns

Course Information

21 NCBTMB hours
19.5 Nebraska State hours
11 Canadian CEU

Instructor:  Jonathan Tripodi

Class Price:  $625 USD
Retake Price:  $350 USD
$575 with early registration!

Class Size 10-30 Students

Course Description

ham-stringPrerequisite Intro to Body Memory

During the course of one’s life, body memory accumulates causing tension, stress, poor posture, fatigue, intestinal problems and pain.

In the Twist & Turns training seminar, you will learn to apply the BMR hands-on protocol (learned in the Intro to Body Memory course) to produce gentle and progressive twists to the joints, abdominal organs, spine and cranium. Body memory barriers released in rotation greatly improve flexibility, decrease pain, improve digestion, and restores the flow of vital energy through the body.

Rotational BMR techniques are easy to provide yet engage a person deeply in their body. This course will advance your hands-on expertise while enhancing your ability to help others become free from body memory.

All BMR training seminars emphasize experiential learning through one-on-one practice sessions. You will learn to apply BMR techniques to others as well as receive them.  This process enables you to understand the full scope of BMR healing as a client and as a practitioner. Jonathan Tripodi and his highly trained assistant instructors are present for the entirety of the class and intimately supervise each student.

This class includes:
  • Techniques inserts for the BMR Instruction Manual
  • Learn, practice, and apply BMR protocol and techniques
  • Receive and experience BMR techniques and healing
  • 21 NCBTMB approved hours
  • Certificate of completion
  • Access to technique review videos online

Take Twists & Turns to:

  • Advance your BMR skills, confidence & expertise.
  • Free your body of accumulated stress, trauma, tension & pain
  • Add a multitude of new BMR techniques to your tool bag

Body Memory Recall (BMR)  Training Seminars

  • Healthcare professionals, healers and lay people alike can attend.
  • Intro to Body Memory is a prerequisite for taking subsequent BMR training classes
  • Beyond Memory requires prerequisites: Intro to Body Memory, Twists & Turns, Body Armor, and Subtle Energy
  • Massage Therapists receive NCBTMB approved continuing education credit.

All Upcoming BMR Training Seminar Events:

Introduction to Body Memory
dates to be announced
Twists & Turns 
dates to be announced
Body Armor
dates to be announced
Subtle Energy
dates to be announced
Beyond Memory
dates to be announced
BMR Mastery
dates to be announced
BMR Certification
Contact us to schedule
Wholistic Communications
dates to be announced
Energetic Intimacy
dates to be announced
Ecstatic Potential
dates to be announced
The Sedona Journey
November 1-4 : Sedona AZ

Course Itinerary & Content

  • Student Introductions
  • BMR Hands-on Techniques (17 total)
    • Ankles, Knees & Hips
    • Sacral Iliac Joints & Pelvis
    • Spine
    • Abdomen
    • Rib Cage
    • Scapula, Shoulder, Elbow & Wrist
    • Neck & Cranium
  • Class Discussions on Mind-Body Connection & Transformational Process
  • Technique Review Video/24 Hour Online Access

Sedona Travel Assistance


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Sedona Gear

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Phoenix Airport to Sedona

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PicturePolicies and Accreditation


Body Memory Recall Training Seminars are approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider. #158499-00

BMR Training Policy: Training in Body Memory Recall does not provide you with a hands-on license. Practitioners must abide by the rules and/or laws that govern healthcare practices in their area and expertise and work within the professional scope of their license.

Cancellation Policy: Your registration fee is fully refundable up to 30 days prior to a seminar or retreat minus a $50 processing fee. Cancellations made inside of 30 days are not refundable but transferable to another seminar or retreat at any time in the future. Cancellation requests must be made in writing.

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