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Are you an individual who is forever learning?  Do you strive for self-expanding tools to help yourself and others?  

Part of On the Go Osteo values is to help each individual better understand themselves and take their knowledge to their own communities in order to create support, safety, security, connection, and trust.  

Starting your journey with us and dive deeper into the depth of the human body.

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Class offerings: 

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What you will learn: 

Effective communication skills: Nonviolent communication (NVC) teaches individuals how to communicate effectively by focusing on expressing their feelings, needs, and requests in a non-judgmental and empathetic manner. It emphasizes clear and honest expression, active listening, and understanding others' perspectives. Through NVC, individuals learn to communicate their thoughts and emotions more authentically, fostering deeper connections and resolving conflicts peacefully.

​Empathy and understanding: NVC places great importance on empathy and understanding as key elements in communication. By learning to actively listen and acknowledge others' emotions and needs, individuals develop a greater capacity for empathy. This helps to create a safe and supportive environment, where individuals feel heard and valued. NVC teaches people to approach conflicts with understanding and compassion, leading to more harmonious relationships.

Conflict resolution: One of the primary aims of nonviolent communication is to find mutually satisfying resolutions to conflicts. By fostering open and honest dialogue, NVC encourages individuals to express their needs and concerns without resorting to blame or criticism. Through active listening and empathetic responses, conflicts can be de-escalated and transformed into opportunities for understanding and collaboration. NVC provides practical tools and techniques to navigate disagreements and reach resolutions that meet the needs of all parties involved.

Self-awareness and emotional intelligence: NVC encourages individuals to develop self-awareness by recognizing and understanding their own feelings and needs. By cultivating emotional intelligence, individuals gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their motivations, leading to more authentic and meaningful interactions. NVC teaches individuals to differentiate between observations, feelings, needs, and requests, helping them to communicate their inner experiences more effectively and connect with others on a deeper level.

Building stronger relationships: Nonviolent communication is rooted in the belief that building and maintaining strong, healthy relationships is essential for personal well-being and societal harmony. Through NVC practices, individuals learn to foster trust, respect, and understanding in their relationships. By creating a space for open and non-judgmental communication, NVC enables individuals to connect with others in a more meaningful and authentic way. These skills can be applied in personal relationships, professional settings, and broader community interactions, contributing to a more compassionate and empathetic society.

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Quantum Wave Living is an approach that combines principles from quantum physics, consciousness studies, and personal development to promote self-awareness, healing, and transformation. 


In this course you will learn: 

Understanding the interconnectedness of reality: Quantum Wave Living teaches individuals to perceive reality as an interconnected web of energy and consciousness. By studying concepts from quantum physics, individuals gain insights into the fundamental nature of the universe and how their thoughts and intentions can influence their experiences. This understanding fosters a sense of empowerment and the ability to consciously shape one's reality.

Harnessing the power of intention and manifestation: Quantum Wave Living emphasizes the power of intention and the ability to manifest desired outcomes. Individuals learn techniques and practices to align their thoughts, emotions, and intentions with their desired goals. By cultivating a clear vision and focusing their energy, individuals can enhance their ability to attract positive experiences and create meaningful change in their lives.

Developing heightened intuition and self-awareness: Quantum Wave Living encourages individuals to cultivate their intuition and creativity.  Individuals will be given tools to help understand the depths of their living. 

Replacing old limiting beliefs and patterns: Quantum Wave Living helps individuals identify and transform limiting beliefs and patterns that may be holding them back from reaching their full potential. By understanding the power of their thoughts and beliefs, individuals can consciously shift their mindset and reframe their perspectives. This process empowers individuals to overcome self-imposed limitations, embrace new possibilities, and create positive change in their lives.

Cultivating presence and living in the moment: Quantum Wave Living emphasizes the importance of living in the present moment. By practicing mindfulness and cultivating presence, individuals learn to fully engage with their experiences, free from the distractions of the past or worries about the future. This heightened state of presence allows individuals to deepen their connection with themselves, others, and the world around them, leading to increased joy, fulfillment, and a sense of purpose.

​Understanding your self-chosen purpose. You are like no other, and it's important for you to fulfill your true desires no matter what is happening around you.  We will tap into understanding and living your self-chosen purpose. 

Have you ever been curious to understand more about Osteopathy?  

In this course you will learn: 

Founder: Osteopathy was founded by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, an American physician, in the late 19th century. Dr. Still was dissatisfied with the medical practices of his time and sought to develop a more holistic approach to healthcare.

Principles: Dr. Still's philosophy of osteopathy was based on four principles: 1) The body is a unit; 2) The body has self-healing mechanisms; 3) Structure and function are interrelated; and 4) Rational treatment is based on these principles.

Recognition and Expansion: Osteopathy gained recognition and acceptance over time. In 1892, the first state licensing act for osteopathy was passed in Vermont, followed by other states in the United States. Osteopathic practitioners expanded their scope of practice to include not only musculoskeletal issues but also other aspects of healthcare.

Learn how Osteopathy continues to evolve and grow as a distinct healthcare profession. Osteopathic practitioners use manual techniques, such as manipulation and mobilization of the musculoskeletal system, to promote health, alleviate pain, and support the body's self-healing mechanisms.


Osteopathy is widely recognized for its patient-centered approach, focusing on treating the underlying causes of health issues rather than just the symptoms.

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