Most sessions are 1 hour in duration. The setting is a calm and tranquil space. A quiet space without music is important for spiritual reasons: the liquids in your body move to their own subtle rhythmic patterns and I "listen" to the "inner music" of your body through my hands. If external music is playing in the background your body's natural rhythmic patterns will be altered by the frequency of the sound and this will interfere with the ability to "listen" properly with hands.

I use Solum Oil obtained from Switzerland. It is a very special blend of Olive oil, Lavender, and Moore. Each component of Solum has a specific effect.
We all know the benefit of Olive oil on the skin, and how much Lavender oil is calming and relaxing for the mind and the Crown Chakra.  Moore is turf, pete, thereby already „dead“ only not rotting, but keeping its fibres in the ground over long long time, hundreds of years … Rudolf Steiner calls turf a  "digestion disturbance of the Earth“ - and tells that it can be used to shelter people from outer influences such as planetary, electromagnetic and radioactivity influences. 


I sometimes use,planetary metals in cream form, and in homeopathic potencies, depending on the ailment. (Gold for courage, love and acceptance, Copper for harmony, balance in life and depression, etc)

I follow what your body and soul need as you step into the clinic. We all hold different issues that are incorporated in our body, and we are all different everyday, depending on our thoughts, feelings and actions.

I am trained in : 

  • Manual Osteopathy (ongoing- Canada)

  • Rhythmical Massage Therapy  (Switzerland)

  • Physiotherapy (Lebanon)

  • Hypnotherapy (Canada)

  • Neuro-Skeletal Calibration (Canada)

  • Crystal Therapy (Spain)

  • Chinese Massage (Lebanon, Kuwait, China)

  • Psycho-somatic reading ( France)

  • Distant Healing (France)

  • Reiki (Lebanon) 

  • Relational-Somatic Psychotherapy (ongoing training-Canada)

  • Additional Holistic Therapies




Research papers:

  • Depression and Massage

  • Biography of Helena P. Blavatsky 

  • Plant observation and its effect.

  • Healing Hands

  • Planets effects on our physical organ

  • Karma and Reincarnation

  • Occult Physiology





"The hands are the most formative, most sensitive of our living tools."

Dr M. Hauschka

                                                   


History of Rhythmical Massage Therapy:


Rhythmical Massage Therapy had its origins in the 1920’s through the impulse of Ita Wegman, a physician who was also trained in physiotherapy and Swedish massage. She worked closely with Rudolf Steiner to establish a clinic in Switzerland for the practice of anthroposophical medicine. It was at this clinic that Ita Wegman applied the spiritual scientific understanding of the human being to Swedish massage. 

Joined there by Dr. Margarethe Hauschka, the two collaborated for twelve years to further develop this new approach to massage therapy, which Dr. Hauschka later called “Rhythmical Massage as indicated by Dr. Ita Wegman”. 

It was practiced by massage therapists and nurses in anthroposophical clinics and Camphill communities as these spread throughout Europe and the Americas. In 1962 a professional training course for Rhythmical Massage Therapy was established in Bad Boll, Germany by Dr. Hauschka.