Team | Training Coordinators
that perches in the soul,
and sings the tune without words,
and never stops at all.
Tanya received her graduate training at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Eagan, Minnesota to obtain her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. She has also received certification as a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) through the Association for Play Therapy. Tanya's areas of specialty are trauma and anxiety.
Tanya is passionate about helping others overcome obstacles to inner peace and mental health. She is committed to helping people through their journey, as "happiness is not a state to arrive at, but a manner of traveling."
Martin has worked with the Feldenkrais Method® in personal sessions through touch (Functional Integration®) and with groups (Awareness through Movement®), while deepening his understanding through NLP, Ericksonian hypnosis, focusing, Somatic Experiencing®, and Organic Intelligence.
Through the 3-year Embodied Life Mentorship Program with Russell Delman, a combination of Feldenkrais, Focusing, Meditation and Nonviolent Communication, he deepened his experience in Mindfulness and Compassion.
Through Aikido he found SEITAI Noguchi, a Japanese Method to support the body’s inherent energies and impulses for self-healing. He teaches SEITAI Groups in his DOJO and supports his teacher Unsho Sensei to bring more awareness to this work in Europe.
Martin’s hobbies are aquarelle painting and hiking.
Committed to the OI work, Martin mentors students in the Istanbul HEARTraining in Turkey and promotes and coordinates the first HEARTraining in Switzerland, which will take place in his new SHINGENKI DOJO in Arlesheim, close to Basel.
Connections are cut and parts are created.
Systemic thinking means:
Parts get clarified and connections are created.