To learn, to further educate myself, to research, to constantly ask why, to not be content with “because it is like that, because it has always been done like this” is for me like breathing.
At the same time the steepest learning curve occurs in practice. During nearly every hour I teach, treat or give workshops, new insights arise through the senses not covered by intellectual learning.
It is the fascination with the people that come to me, that turn my work to joy. The most exciting dynamic emerges during individual training or treatments. The depth and speed of the personal development of my clients and myself is nurtured by the calm atmosphere of our practice.
Bodywork is my passion.
In my work ideas and manners, support and solution strategies often develop in the moment. Existing knowledge has a big past in this. In addition, I often physically know or sense what needs easing or simplifying or where it pinches or hurts. Often, I tune-in to body-language more than verbal communication.
We are a complex system, and I am grateful for a network of Pilates colleagues and structural integrators, of doctors, physiotherapists, osteopaths, Feldenkrais practitioners, Spiraldynamik therapists, craniosacral therapists, process coaches and psychologists.
For more information about me and my work please visit www.real-ease.ch