Registered Course Provider


PO Box 1163, Noosa Heads, Qld 4567

+61 418 577 519

Established 1999 100/100
References 80/100

Registration Expires 16 Oct 2024

Developed by two of the fitness industry’s leading educators and practitioners, this three-level course is based upon movement applications, techniques and systems that have helped thousands of people across the world decrease inflammation, improve tissue health and achieve optimal performance levels.

It is designed for those fitness and healthcare professionals who want to go beyond traditional education and utilise innovative techniques with their clients, athletes and even their family and themselves for immediate changes and results in the body.

Ian O'Dwyer

Industry Mentor & Presenter


Very few fitness professionals have the expertise in functional anatomy, the understanding of integrated flexibility and mobilisation, and the implementation of a multitude of techniques in the trenches than Ian O’Dwyer. OD brings an eclectic approach to unravelling the complexities of the limitations and compensations of human movement to produce a solution-oriented program that specifically addresses the problems of the client.

Chuck Wolf, , Human Motion Associates
Wednesday, October 19, 2022

I’ve been around the fitness industry for a very long time.. and Ian is one of the best educators, practical teachers, leaders, thinkers and innovators, in the fitness industry, in the world. He is an amazing teacher.

Craig Harper, Fitness Guru and Motivational Speaker,
Wednesday, October 19, 2022

When Rodney and Ian created Feel SOMA, they essentially continued with what they started with at PTA Global but evolved it massively. They have taken engagement, play and application coupled with fascial, myofascial and osteofascial techniques to a level that I have never seen anyone in the industry even come close to. In fact, some of the techniques aren’t anywhere else in the industry. It is 100% unique.

Dan Duran, , PTA Global
Wednesday, October 19, 2022

Ian O’Dwyer is a healer, and I don’t use that word lightly. Long years with animals, people in trouble, and sportsmen at the top of their game have given Ian real insight into human movement – not just on the biomechanical level, though he shines there, but on a psychosocial level as well. I have watched in awe a number of times as Ian worked with groups, where he is nothing short of miraculous in his ability to get all manner of people working together, no matter their skill or ability level.

Thomas Myers, , Anatomy Trains
Wednesday, October 19, 2022