Most people should start with the Level One Course. It teaches the exercises through video demonstrations, audio classes, and written explanations. The course addresses many common musculoskeletal conditions that arise in the core of the body, including chronic muscle tension, back pain, disc problems, joint pain, kyphosis, lordosis, scoliosis, sciatica, iliopsoas syndrome, osteoarthritis, uneven leg length, and more. The Level One Course is also the prerequisite for the Level Two Course.
The Level One & Two Courses together include all 40 exercises that I teach (13 in Level One, and 27 in Level Two), so they are the most comprehensive learning experience.
If you have idiopathic scoliosis and that is your only concern, you can instead do the Scoliosis Course. This course includes the 27 exercises that most directly alleviate idiopathic scoliosis. The 13 exercises not included in the Scoliosis Course mainly work with the extremities: legs, feet, arms, hands, face, and jaw.
If you are not able to comfortably get down to the floor or lie on the floor, I recommend starting with the Clinical Somatics Chair Exercises course.