Training Osho Rebalancing (details)

Collage Osho RebalancingIf you already know what Rebalancing is and would like to train, then you’re in the right place. On this page, I’ve gathered all the information you’ll need about training.

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  • Training in Rebalancing
  • Educational path
  • Location program training
  • Synthetic training program
  • Details of program
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Training in Rebalancing

I wondered what had led me, and others, to learn Rebalancing. What motivated all the trainees, who have since become Rebalancers, whom I have met over the years?

Tuffati! Why Osho Rebalancing?

Everyone has his own reasons, but the most important are those that still unite us today. Some reasons are more private and some more professional – but regardless of the reason, people who have decided to train are motivated…

Personal reasons
  • I need to get to the bottom of things.
  • To give deeper meaning to my daily life, my relationships, my work…
  • To investigate past traumas starting with what I feel in the here-and-now.
  • To transform my life by dropping deeply rooted habits.
  • To find a space inside, deep inside, but connected to others.
Professional reasons
  • To learn to use my hands to build bridges…from heart to heart.
  • To open myself to life: to draw in someone or something that I once kept out due to fear…
  • To risk my convictions or beliefs in order to become a responsible adult.
  • To feel the need to make space for myself when I need it.
  • To overcome the anxiety of the future and allow my creativity to flourish in the here-and-now.
  • To move beyond fear in order to create and live my life as I want to live it!

But there are also more “superficial” reasons.

  • To absorb (to make my own) a proven and effective “therapeutic frame.”
  • To gather the most effective tools for working on the body (bodywork).
  • To participate in “complete” and constantly updated training.
  • To work in the field of alternative (holistic) therapies and personal growth.

Educational path


The training is divided into 7 sessions – or modules – with each session lasting about seven days, for a total of 50 days over two years. The modules are linear – that is, you cannot start from any module you choose. If you decide to participate, you can wait for the next year and enroll in the first module.
You can enroll in the first 3 modules of the year all at once, or in each module in turn.

There are two way of participation: Annual and Intensive.

  • Schedule: seven modules of 7 days over two years (3 modules per year, Italy and Crete)
  • Schedule: 45 days full-immersion (June/July in Crete)

Location Program Training


Rebalancing training is a residential program.
This year the training will take place in Italy and Greece (Crete).
Sessions in Italy will be held at the Meditation Center in Biandronno.
Sessions in Crete will take place at a location near the sea, close to Ierapetra.

Brief training program
sintesi programma

Manual Techniques
  • Structural integration skills
  • Some manual Joint Release skills
  • Craniosacral listening techniques
  • Holistic, sensual and energetic massage
  • Bowen Acupressure Technique
  • The ten sessions of structural integration
Counseling & bodywork therapy
  • Circular breathing and breathing techniques
  • Message of the disease (western psychosomatic approach)
  • Samurai massage, Chua k’a (eastern psychosomatic approach)
  • Expressions of the unconscious in bodywork: catharsis, insight and satori
  • Masculine and feminine within the body
  • Verbal and non-verbal communication skills
  • Active listening, counseling and meditation therapy
  • Profession and self-promotion
Meditation & surroundings
  • Autobiographical techniques
  • Open sessions of Family Constellations & Gestalt Setting
  • Bioenergetic techniques on voice
  • Active Meditation Program: Dynamic, Kundalini, Nataraj, Nadabhrama, Gibberish, Chakra Breathing, Chakra Sound

Details training program.


Each group formed has unique and specific needs, and since the training centers on Listening and the involvement of all group members, no two training sessions are alike.
We have written some notes that can give you an idea of how the training progresses over time. If you take the Intensive session (45 days), you’ll learn the same manual skills and work techniques described in this program.

Regardless, remember that the map is not the territory.

Index of training modules.
  1. Open the Heart
  2. The Grouding
  3. The Third Dimension
  4. Letting go
  5. Sky and Earth
  6. Finding Balance
  7. Being Creative

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Open the Heart (module 1).

As in every journey, we start by gathering what we consider to be most important. So at this stage, with words but also with the body, we begin to tell the others about ourselves. Sharing oneself in a group (the tribe) is the first step toward recovery.

open heartThe goal of the first module is to teach the manual skills of the first structural integration session. Emphasis is put on the breathing process. What muscle groups are involved in breathing? Are some areas more or less vital than others? Are there contractions in the diaphragm?

This session is also called Opening the Heart or Opening Breathing. Gently, but inevitably, you encounter your emotional life through experiences of Rebirthing and deep massage.

In this first module, we already begin decoding the body’s messages: do I have more contractions in the pectoral muscles (the part of yourself that you show to others) or in the back muscles (the part you hide from others)? What did I feel when I tried to breath deeply?

If you haven’t already done so in other training groups, you learn and experiment with active meditation techniques. Once you’re out in the real world, these techniques will help you get back in touch with the “tribe” and the journey you are on…

The feeling that many people have after attending the first training module is that of having undergone an initiation. Contacting your own heart (spiritual), and coming into contact with something of your own that’s even more essential and profound, brings a whole new vision to the bodywork.

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The Grounding (module 2)


When you travel, it’s important to pay attention to your legs, your feet and your survival instincts. This is the theme of the second training module: grounding, or the connection with objective reality through physical energy. The work mostly focuses on “waking up” your legs. You learn how to use your fist (open), elbow, palm, knuckles and fingertips to access the deeper layers of connective tissue. It’s important to learn how to use your energy (physical) to meet others in a harmonious and pleasant space.

In this module, you have the opportunity to begin rewriting your autobiography in a creative way, even if your sole purpose is to tell your story, observe yourself, disassemble and reassemble the script of your life.

What did I highlight when telling my story? What did I omit? What kind of feedback do I get from the group?

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The Third Dimension (module 3)

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You always show one side of your body, but are the front and back sides communicating with each other? Is there continuity or are they in opposition? Which manual skills can you use to restore harmony between the two parts?

In this phase of the training, you begin to learn posture reading and its relation to the force of gravity. The goal of the posture reading training is the ability to observe with all your senses, thereby avoiding superficial judgment or a forced, predetermined pattern.

Systemic Constellations can help you “see” the masculine and feminine in action. You’ll be halfway through the exploration of the “armor,” and in subsequent sessions you’ll get in touch with the deeper muscle groups. In this module, you begin studying, “living” and observing the character types proposed by Lowen, in particular the schizoid type.

What conditions have led an individual to take on a “schizoid” defense?
How can we recognize it through posture or words or movement?
How do we work with a client who employs a schizoid defense?

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Letting go( module 4)

lasciarsi andare

The exploration deepens. The goal of this module is to teach the manual skills for the fourth session. Through bioenergetic exercises and dance meditation, you become aware of the deep insertions of the pelvic floor and the adductors in your legs. This is a “delicate” session because you encounter subjects such as intimacy and surrendering (to pleasure). It’s in this area of the body that you may encounter the characteristic armor supported by repression, the humiliation or the denial of our physical needs. But this same area is also home to our most creative resources that help us connect with the world.

Respect and kindness are the key words to access these areas.

We begin studying Chua’ka, a healing technique of Samurai warriors, thereby discovering where fears remain trapped in the body. We enter the world of western psychosomatics (Dahlke, Hamer), of metagenealogy (researching your family tree) and of Family Constellations. The goal is to use these tools to focus on yourself and deepen your relationship with your body.

The study of character types focuses on oral typology.
What does it mean to live trapped in an oral defense?
How can you use manual and verbal tools to move past an oral defense?

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Sky and Earth (module 5)

cielo & terra

The goal of this module is to contact the small and large psoas muscle and interconnect the pelvic girdle to the scapula humerus joint. The use of the voice, breath and body will help you understand the functional value of this session. The psoas is the deepest and most accessible muscle (through the hands) of the human body, but it is also a “bridge” between Sky and Earth. This session restores tone to the abdominal muscles by stabilizing the lumbar vertebrae muscles. The effect of this session on posture becomes evident from the first teaching demonstration.

The study of character types focuses on the masochistic defense: how do we recognize a masochist defense?

Is it possible to transform a defense into a resource of love and awareness?

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Finding Balance (module 6)


The landscape changes from this point on. You technically know dozens of manual skills, and you are learning or have already learned how to talk to the customer (counseling) in a specific way that’s oriented to the body. You’ve seen, or at least caught a glimpse of, a vision of your shadow as a therapist or in your personal story (creative autobiography) – what’s missing?

Before you begin breaking the rules of the game (creativity), you must still complete the rebalancing work. The manual focus is centered on the sacred areas of the head and the cervical and thoracic vertebrae.

The study of characteristic defenses focuses on the rigid and psychopathic types: manipulation, flattery and power.

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Being Creative (module 7)

You need to do only three steps before come back home. Then just before entering, remember everything you’ve seen, touched, felt, heard, smelled and tasted on this journey. Smile, because something has changed…

Mani guaritore

The last three steps are learning the seventh, eighth and ninth session. The goal is to delve into the details through deep and delicate manual skills. The focus is on the “micro” muscles of the head and face (nose, eyes and mouth). It’s time to drop the mask. Another step before diving into creativity: integrating the body in all its parts with more subtle techniques, which is the goal of the eighth and ninth Rebalancing sessions.

The tenth session cannot be taught. It’s a total dive into Listening, a doing without doing. Pure creativity.

The journey is over. You feel at home. You have taken this journey to meet unknown parts of yourself. Along the way, you encountered the embarrassment of not feeling adequate, the laziness of having to be someone you’re not, the sweetness of your tears, the magic of your smile …

Your senses learned to recognize patterns, signals, energies, shadows, gifts, talents and armors, but now it’s time to let go of it all and fall completely into the here and now. The parts you’ve met have begun to reunite to the Whole; the process has begun

[quote]The healer is just a function. The doer is God, the whole. So if you really want to become a healer you will have to completely commit suicide. You have to accept your emptiness. And that is going to become your work: to become more and more empty of yourself. So go on emptying yourself. [/quote]

After a quick check-in with the team teachers, there is graduation…and Celebration!

If you feel the need once your training is completed, you can participate in the next training session as an assistant, thereby living the training experience from another point of view, another story…


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