Rule of the Artery Part 1

  • Would you like to include blood vessels in your care and management of your patients?
  • Do you consider the heart and circulation as important as the nervous system?
  • Have you considered that maybe changes to the vascular nutrition / build up of toxicity, pre-empt most pathologies at the cellular level?
  • Do you think that treating blood vessels directly, not indirectly would be highly beneficial? 

If you answer yes to any of these questions, then the Rule of the Artery (ROA) course is a 'must' for you. Many of the students at our previous UK ROA courses have found it to be a total 'game changer' in how they think and work osteopathically! The ROA courses were developed by Maxwell Fraval and Anthony Norrie who were students at the BSO and ESO before emigrating to Australia and New Zealand.

Maxwell and Anthony aided by Michael Solano have been travelling the world teaching these courses so we are very fortunate to be able to offer it here locally in the UK. Maxwell, Anthony or Michael will be joining us from 'Down Under' to offer this, our third SCCO ROA course. 

There are three Rule of the Artery courses - 1, 2 and 3; so completion of this course will entitle you to progress to ROA 2.  

I look forward to seeing you on this significant step forward in your osteopathic development.

Tim Marris
Course Director


You must have successfully completed our Module 2: Osteopathy in the Cranial Field course (or equivalent training or experience) to book this course.

Rule of the Artery Part 2

This is an advanced level course aimed at those who have already successfully completed Rule of the Artery Part 1. 


You must have successfully completed Rule of the Artery Part 1 at least three months prior to the start date of this course.

Dates & Prices

Part 1 25 - 27 September 2017 Hawkwood, STROUD £995 res
Part 2 30 September - 2 October 2017 Hawkwood, STROUD £1095 res

Accommodation at Hawkwood is in shared rooms, a limited number of singles are available at a supplement and allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.