1. Functional Myodiagnostics FMD
There are many ways to imagine health. In functional myodiagnostics (FMD), we work with the assumption that every illness can have structural as well as chemical and emotional causes. An isosceles triangle, Triad of Health, means balance or homeostasis, as an expression of optimal health. With the functional myodiagnostic muscle test, disorders or weak points in the body can be identified surprisingly well.
2. Integrative Gestalt Therapy
“Diseases of the soul are always also relationship diseases” (Martin Buber 1968).
This core assumption of humanistic therapies is the basis of practical and theoretical concepts in Gestalt therapy. In Gestalt work, we refer not only to the current ailments, but also to the background of the problem, whereby we perceive a person in their entire existence.
3. Trauma Therapy Brainspotting
Brain spotting is an innovative method for treating trauma (mental or physical injury), developed by New York psychoanalyst David Grand. Grand worked with victims of 9/11 and victims of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Brain spotting assumes that physical and mental injuries are stored in the body as well as the brain. Through relevant eye positions it is possible to find the stored trauma and process it in such a way, that the organism can free itself from the burden.
4. Transpersonal Psychotherapy & Holotropic Breathing
Transpersonal psychology was developed by Abraham Maslow, Stanislav Grof, Anthony Sutich and others in the 1960s in the USA and has established itself worldwide as a "fourth force of psychology" (Maslow) in the psychological and psychotherapeutic field.
It incorporates the spiritual dimension of human existence in its humanistic orientation and explores the dimensions and possibilities of human consciousness.
The findings of quantum physics, near-death research and the research results in the field of exceptional consciousness phenomena are also taken into account.
5. Craniosacral Therapy (CST)
Craniosacral therapy is a gentle, effective method to give the body the chance to free itself from pain and blockages.
Craniosacral therapy thus represents a link between conventional medicine and alternative medicine. Cerebrospinal fluid, which circulates in the skull and spine, serves as an indicator. This rhythmic self-movement can be felt and thus blockages can be detected and loosened.
6. Heart rate variability (HRV)
Heart rate variability (HRV) is a measure of the general adaptability of an organism and thus a measure of health (Autonom Health®)
In healthy people, the heart, as a high-tech instrument, reacts continuously to external and internal signals with fine-tuned changes ("variations") of the cardiac sequence.
These changes are controlled by our inner clock, our breathing, our emotions, and by external influences; i.e. our heart reacts directly to everything we experience on the outside and think and feel inside.
This phenomenon is called heart rate variability, abbreviated as HRV.
7. What is Biofeedback?
In biofeedback, body functions such as heart rate, muscle tension, respiration and blood circulation, are measured with appropriate sensors and reported. As a result, the changes in one's body can be perceived from moment to moment.The feedback usually takes place via a computer screen or via loudspeakers and allows these functions to be brought under deliberate control. During the course of a treatment, it becomes increasingly possible to apply the skills acquired through biofeedback at any time without a device. Biofeedback is thus a learning of body awareness, self-control and self-healing.