I completed my training with the European School of Osteopathy (ESO, Maidstone,UK), graduating in 2007 with a Bachelor in Science with Honors degree in Osteopathic Medecine (www.eso.ac.uk).
The ESO was one of the first schools for osteopathic treatment in Europe and has a renowned international reputation.
I had the opportunity to work as an osteopath in New Zealand, France and now in Switzerland.
During my career, I have collaborated with fellow osteopaths as well as doctors, physiotherapists and other health care professionals. This helped me develop an holistic approach and taught me to work hand in hand with other professions.
I am confident treating a wide range of patients ranging from the new born to elderly people.
I use a very gentle and specific approach, respecting each individual and listening carefully to their needs.
In 2012 , I passed the GDK-CDS (www.gdk-cds.ch) osteopathic exam. Through this exam my British diploma in Osteopathy was successfully validated by the Swiss public health services (''Hautes Ecoles de Santé Publique Suisse'').
I offer osteopathic treatment in French, English and high German, with French being my mother language.
In 2011 I graduated from the “Centre Européen de l'Enseignement superieur de l'Ostéopathie” in Paris.
In 2012 alongside my Parisian practice, I created an Osteopathic Center at the Sisters of Saint Vincent de Paul Medical Center to make Osteopathy accessible to all.
This very interesting experience also allowed me to work in close collaboration with doctors and many different health professionals.
Since 2017 I work in Switzerland and continue to train regularly in osteopathy and more specifically in perinatality (specialization of the care of pregnancy and babies).
Listening to my patients, I adapt the treatment according to the needs of everyone using all approaches osteopathy offers (functional, structural, visceral and cranial) in a gentle and painless way.
In 2014 I graduated from the „Ecole Suisse de Médecine Ostéopathique“ in Belmont-sur-Lausanne, Switzerland.
I then worked 5 years in a group practice (located in Wabern, Aarberg and Kerzers) where I had the opportunity to deepen my skills and knowledge and collaborate with fellow osteopaths.
Beside further education in general osteopathic techniques I specialized in pediatrics and the osteopathic assistance of pregnant women, a field which I am particularly interested in.
Osteopathy as a global approach allows me to treat each person individually, to relieve their aches and pains and bring the best possible support along their life path.
My first language is german. I also offer treatments in french, italian, english and spanish.