Osteopathy educational training can also resume in the beautiful town of Iași, in the Moldavian region of Romania. The School of Osteopathy O.I.A. – Osteopathic International Academy, after the long period of restrictions imposed by the coronavirus, was finally able to reschedule a seminar. And so, from May 20 to 23, the Principal of O.I.A., Marcello Luca Marasco, will hold the seminar “First cranial approach”. OIA students and students who wish to join the lessons will be introduced to the cranial approach developed in many years of training experience in the Italian school AbeOS (with which OIA is twinned for partnerships and student exchange projects). The lessons will be held in the Medical Center Preventis, in Bulevardul Independenței n° 11-13, of Dr. Petre Crivoi (who is also in the teaching staff of the school). We would like to remind you that it is possible to enroll in this training even if you are not a student of OIA, but the admission must be evaluated beforehand: those interested should send a request via email to email@example.com. The four days of the seminar, at the end of the lessons, will be activated clinical training in osteopathy with real patients that will allow participants to gain experience. In short, after the long period with the classrooms closed, finally, it’s back to teaching and learning.