Somatic Movement Therapy and Education

Integrative Bodywork & Movement Therapy is a holistic approach to Somatic Movement Therapy and Education based on principles of Body-Mind Centering®, Authentic Movement and Somatic Psychology.

The Institute currently offers training and professional development in the UK, Lithuania and Russia. The IBMT Diploma Programme was founded in 1990 by Linda Hartley, and is now taught by Linda and an international faculty of IBMT trainers.

The Institute has been in discussion with the University of Chichester, and initiated a new Masters Programme for Somatic Practitioners. IBMT Graduates can now undertake Masters-level study. 

IBMT Diploma Programmes

Moscow, Russia
Vilnius, Lithuania
Cambridge, UK

We are now accepting applications from those who wish to join the 3-year IBMT Diploma Programme in the UK. The next Module begins in September 2017 and new students are welcome to apply.

MA Somatic Practices by Independent Research

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IBMT is an ISMETA-approved training programme and BMCA allied organisation

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