Welcome at CrossPhysio - we are located inside the Shopping Street "Shizuikan", only a 3 minutes walk from Hanshin Mikage station.
We are here for you with all our experience.
You are always welcome to enjoy all kind of treatments, from pure relaxation to more serious issues.
Stress relief: Cross Physio myofascial massage with oil relieves stress and increases endorphins. In addition, the occasional casual conversation during the massage is often emotionally liberating. Stressful thoughts can feel less heavy when confiding them to someone else.
Cardiovascular Health: Cross Physio Fascia Massage can reduce the heart rate. The gentle, oil-based massage technique can help balance and lower stress-related blood pressure.
Injury prevention: Massage deeply relaxes the fascia, allowing muscle groups to work together effortlessly and maintain better performance and flexibility.
Improved relationships through deeper relaxation: When the body is more relaxed, it reacts differently to social interactions with partners, gives itself time to react, and often responds more relaxedly and consciously to uncomfortable issues. This is important for strengthening and deepening interpersonal relationships and indirectly reducing stress. Deepened and relaxed relationships also increase a sense of belonging and well-being.
Better Sleep: Regular touch, such as myofascial massage with oil, has been shown to improve sleep quality and duration, especially when done in the afternoon and evening.
Mental Health: Myofascial massage can reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety and promotes a sense of well-being.
At the Wittlinger Therapy Center in Austria, Didier Hartmann learned lymphatic drainage directly from Professor Wittlinger and her family。And she learned it directly from the inventor Dr. Vodder.
Didier and Dr. Müller-Wohlfahrt (German national soccer team doctor from 1995 to 2018 and FC Bayern Munich's orthopedic team doctor from 1977 to today) and Freddy Binder (physical therapist - always on Müller-Wohlfahrt's side).
Didier and Grandmaster Lao Vongvilay, his Kung Fu, Taiji & Qi Gong teacher - learning with him 12 years long
As a professional physiotherapist I have lived and worked in Germany (Munich) for more than 20 years and from 2011 to 2022 I was also a lecturer at therapeutic training institutes in Switzerland, Austria, Germany and Portugal.
I have published three books (two of them in English) and several online courses on health.
Since 2016, I have been teaching my myofascial therapy CrossPhysio in seminar format, which combines aspects of Asian therapies and various myofascial therapies with the holistic perspective of biopsychosocial medicine.
I have gained an understanding of Asian concepts of preventive medicine, among others, through intensive training in Buddhist kung fu, tai chi, and qigong, which I learned from former Thai monk Ajahn Lao Vongvilai in Munich, where I received my master's degree after 10 years of training. This training focused on health and personal development.
From 2010 to 2016, together with my partner, I ran a martial arts school in Germering, teaching the kung fu, tai chi, and qigong movement arts to children and adults.
I currently live in Kobe, Japan with my Japanese wife and two children.
As a therapist and trainer I have participated in numerous international trainings and conferences.
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