As a professional physiotherapist, I lived and worked in Munich for more than 20 years and was additionally active as a lecturer at therapeutic training institutes in Switzerland, Austria, Germany and Portugal since 2011.
Since 2016 I taught in seminar form my fascia treatment method CrossPhysio, which combines aspects of Asian treatment methods and various fascia therapies with the holistic view of biopsychosocial medicine.
My understanding of the Asian view of preventive medicine I acquired among other things through the intensive training in Buddhist Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Qi Gong that I learned from a former Thai monk, Ajahn Lao Vongvilay, in Munich and after 10 years of training graduated with the master degree. The focus of this training was on health and personal development.
From 2010 to 2016, together with a partner, I led the martial arts school Germering, where I introduced children and adults to the movement arts of Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Qi Gongs and Muay Thai Boran’s.
Through my Japanese wife I gained additional valuable insights into the Asian culture and its health care habits.
Today we live with our two children in Kobe, Japan.
As a therapist and trainer I already visited numerous advanced trainings and congresses, but nowhere I found what I already had in my hands: a simple, pragmatic and application-oriented approach for therapeutic action and prevention that I had compiled for myself from the gentle martial arts and from different therapeutic teachers.