Languages: German, English, French, Spanish and a little Italian and Dutch
During my holidays in 2003 I completed a minor diploma in “Thai Traditional Body Massage”. In 2007 I went back and visited the same school completing the certificate in “Foot Reflexology” and in 2009 finished a training with a certificate in “Oil Massage and Aromatherapy”. Whilst I thoroughly enjoyed undertaking these courses and providing massage treatments to my family and friends, I always felt there was more to improving Bodywork.
As I worked for 9 years successfully with Thai Foot Reflexology and had many positive results, I decided to expand my knowledge and study Reflexology in depth at the Oexle’s Gesundheitsfachschule, Zurich and became a graduate Reflexologist (1 year).
From my point of view, the human body must be seen in the dimension of body structure, mind and soul. I am convinced that each individual must be seen in a holistic way. Each element in our body has a relationship to another. Thus, the human body’s interacts all with each other’s element. I especially find the interaction of movement and structure fascinating. Consequently I undertook additional medical training with Oexle's Gesundheitsschule, Zurich and European Rolfing Association, Munich and subsequently became a Certified Advanced Rolfer® (3 years intensive Training).
Following this, in December 2019, I achieved the Federal Diploma in Complementary Therapy (3 years), in May 2021, I obtained the Diploma as a Somatic Experiencing Therapist, specializing in trauma therapy (3 years), and finally, in June 2023, I completed the Diploma in Osteopathy (5 years). Currently, I am continuing my education and pursuing a "Bachelor of Science in Osteopathic Medicine" at the University of Saronno.
I feel a great energy and pleasure meeting all kinds of different people, and enjoy building up trustful relationships with my clients. Together we discover the individuality of their bodies, and help them improve their life story. Through Osteopathy, Craniosacral Therapy and Rolfing, we detect where their body has become out of balance, and show how the relationship to gravity can be improved.