- Always believe in the chance of a positive change.
- Seeing change as a challenge rather than a threat
- To seek, find and work on the cause – in contrast to pure symptom treatment
- The person in the foreground, not the treatment.
- Respecting any boundaries.
- Do no harm.
- Certified Advanced Rolfer
- Cranio Sacral Osteopathy
- Visceral Osteopathy
- Neural Osteopathy
- DNM – Dermal neuro modulation
- Scar treatment
How you can reach me
Roles in my life
- oldest son
- house husband
- Hap-Ki-Do black belt
A frame for change
There are two extremes in manual therapy. One is the belief that tissue changes can ultimately be achieved by force only. The resulting pain is then not only a side effect, but almost an indication of the efficiency of the treatment. Ie. The more the patient endures, the further the therapist can go, the better the effect. On the other side of the spectrum is the sole maintenance of an attentive frame within which the wisdom of the body will make the right decisions.
In hundreds of hours, I have experienced the full range of manual work on and on my own body. My point of view is:
My own experience as a client
My way as a Rolfer
Certification as Rolfer in 2006
- Supplement Cranio Sacral Therapy complete education with Ramraj Ulrich Löwe
- ongoing education
- Rolfing ™/ SI (Harvey Burns, Peter Schwind, Christoph Sommer, Jan Sultan, Gerhard Hesse, Paola Volpones, Valerie Berg, Ed Maupin, Pedro Prado, Jon Martin)
- Visceral / Neuronal Osteopathy in munich group with Jean-Pierre Barral, Christoph Sommer, Peter Schwind, Didier Prat
- scarwork with Sharon Wheeler Narbenportal
- Dermo Neuro Modulating according to Diane Jacobs with Jon Martin
- Certifcation as Advanced Rolfer in 2015
- Examination for German alternative health practitioner / Heilpraktiker