The functional systems do not operate separate from each other but are tightly interwoven. This means that a certain symptom is treated best on all these functional systems.
Typically, the actual causes for the symptoms are not found in the places where the symptom is felt. In order to get from the symptom to its cause I use the P-DTR method. This method was developed by the Mexican Jose Palomar. It is a model how the functional systems are connected and is based on muscle testing.
For the actual treatment I use the following methods:
When I work with clients these methods are typically combined and used when they are needed.
- Rolfing: This method was used by the American Ida Rolf and is directed foremost to the fascia system. The goal of the Rolfing method is the improved integration of people in gravity. This is achieved by specific impulses into the muscle fascia leading to better posture and easier movements.
- Osteopathy for the inner organs and nerves: I use the concept of the French osteopath Jean-Pierre Barral, that is directed to the organ membranes and the peripheral nerves and supports the fascia work using the Rolfing method.
- Rolfing Movement: The organization of our body greatly depends on how we take up and process information from the environment. Therefore seemingly small but very precise impulses into our perceptional system combined with certain movements can result in profound changes in the body.
- Sourcepoint Therapy: This method was developed by Americans Bob Schrei and Donna Thomson and uses techniques to rebalance the energy field of the body.
- Cellular Release Therapy: This method can be used to clear emotional themes like trauma, inner conflicts and unresolved experiences. It was developed by the American Anne DeChenne Drucker.