Life is a journey, and it has been ongoing since I last updated my biography 3 years ago. I am still happily married to my husband Sébastien and I am still living in Zurich, working in our practice for bodywork REalEASE.
I am a faculty teacher for Centre for Spatial Medicine CPM education©, an Anatomy Trains structural integrator and a Psych-K© facilitator.
Other things have changed.
I am starting the year 2019 with having been naturalised, so I am Swiss now as much as still owning the German passport.
My body and my attitude to its signals and wisdom keeps changing with everything new I discover, and so do my clients and students.
My approach to bodywork changes with it. It makes my work as a faculty teacher for Centre for Spatial Medicine more challenging and more rewarding.
Every session, every practice hour, every lesson I teach is a journey of joined discovery. I feel grateful for this.
Grateful to the teachers that have put me on and guided me along this path and still are with me on the road.
First and fore-most Karin Locher without whom I probably would have abandoned this path a few years back.
Grateful to the people from Anatomy Trains, who set me on the path of manual bodywork: James Earls, Don Thompson, Lou Benson and Wojciech Cackowski played major parts in this.
Grateful to Sharon Wheeler for all the added impact her workshops have had on my manual work ever since I graduated.
Grateful to April Jones for watching over my body, imparting the wisdom of Eve Gentry into my Pilates work.
Grateful to Brunhild Hoffmann to have put tools into my toolbox that help to change subconscious belief systems through the Psych-K approach.
Through all this it has become my truth, that our body is one way of our subconscious to talk to us.
The exploration of this road will keep me busy for quite some time.
Change is what my experiences have helped me to embrace, and what my working expertise and knowledge enable me to help others find in themselves.
Our body is constantly changing, adapting and renewing itself.
I am grateful to be a faculty teacher for Centre for Spatial Medicine/ CPM education©, an Anatomy Trains structural integrator and a member of the Psych-K© family. All of which allow me to explore my own ways within our common denominators. It’s such an amazing playground to find oneself in.