In my twenties I came across an article on Ayurveda. The holistic nature of this medicine inspires me to this day. After my studies as a physiotherapist I went to India to see an Ayurvedic doctor for treatments. I was fascinated by his quick diagnosis of my weaknesses via my pulse and by means of a specific anamnesis, which enabled him to explain them physiologically.
I have been working in healthcare for almost 20 years. In addition to my work as an Ayurveda therapist, I accompany people as a physiotherapist in their disease process. As a physiotherapist I have worked in practices, Rehabilitation, in acute geriatrics and long-term care and I am polyvalent. Most of all, I have immersed myself in the treatment of neurological diseases. Thanks to Ayurveda, I have experienced a profound personal medicine. Ayurveda sees the human being as a whole. Through my internships and courses in India, Canada and Europe, I have seen how well modern medicine and Ayurveda complement each other.
Since my pregnancies and as a mother of 2 children, I have been able to bring many useful Ayurveda inputs into our everyday life as a family.
In my spare time I love spending time in nature. I like to cook outdoors over an open fire and like to be out in the mountains. When I find the time, I passionately climb or go on a ski or snowboard tour.
-Degree as Ayurveda Health Practitioner with Vaidya Hemant Gupta (MD Ayurveda, associated professor and deputy director at College of Maharishi Vedic Medicine / Fairfield) with internships in Canada and India, 2015-2017
-Since 2018 in an equivalency procedure to become a Swiss certified naturopath in Ayurvedic medicine at the Naturopathic School Lucerne.
-2008 weekend about the practice and theory of yoga according to Sri T. Kishnamacharya, Rehabilitation Center Leukerbad
-2006 Basic course in yoga (1 month) at the Agama School in India
– Introductory course in Mindful based Stress reduction, Lassalle-Haus Bad Schönbrunn
In physiotherapy I have trained in various areas
– parkinson’s disease
– neurological rehabilitation (Bobath)
– multiple sclerosis
– preventive gait safety courses
– manual therapy according to Kaltenborn / Gamt
– cranio Sacral Therapy course
– fascial manipulation techniques