and my treatment philosophy
I studied physiotherapy in the early 80's at the Physiotherapy College in Oslo. This school was strongly inspired by the holistic approach, i.e. the connection between the mind and the body. In the late 90's I studied half a year of public health science. For 20 years I worked as a physiotherapist at hospitals, institutions, in the municipal health service and in private practice. But around the turn of the millennium, information technology fully entered the health care system, and I went to university and studied health informatics. I took a 15-year break from physiotherapy to work with health technology.
In 2015, I was exposed to Timani, which is a body-related methodology intended for musicians. Since I am an avid hobby guitarist (classical guitar), I found this methodology so exciting that I just had to revive the body nerd in me and train as a Timani teacher.
Now I am working as a Timani teacher and a physiotherapist. I combine old and new knowledge.
I can help you with
"I have tried most things before, but Timani is great for me!"
Welcome to try!
The exercises are of such a nature that they: - take a short time to do - do not require equipment - you often feel immediately that "something has happened in the body".
If necessary, I also use manual techniques - e.g. massage.
I hope this can be a contribution to increased diversity.
You are very welcome to try!