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Didier HARTMANN

German Physiotherapist, Author, Lecturer

As a professional physiotherapist Didier has worked in Germany (Munich) for about 20 years. Didier was also a lecturer at therapeutic training institutes in Switzerland, Austria, Germany and Portugal.

He published three books (two of them in English) and several online courses on health.

Didier currently lives in Kobe, Japan with his Japanese wife and two children.
As a therapist and trainer he has participated in numerous international trainings and conferences.

At the Wittlinger Therapy Center in Austria, Didier Hartmann learned lymphatic drainage from Professor Wittlinger and her family. And she learned it directly from the inventor Dr. Vodder! 

Didier´s work is highly inspired by the work of Tom Myers (Anatomy Trains – Myofascial Meridians) and modern training approaches as taught by Ido Portal, Frank Forencich, Fighting Monkey, Tom Weksler, and many more. 

But as a base Didier is still deeply routed into buddhist martial arts as Kung Fu and TaiChi which he studied more than 10 years with Ajahn Lao Vongvilay. Didier`s interest in body and mind originated from japanese Zen literature, which is always a great source of inspiration to him.

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待合室、 リラックス
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Over the past 10 years, my passion for cultivating a healthy body has taken me on an incredible quest for knowledge. Through attending seminars and rigorous training, I’ve honed my skills and expertise, culminating in the achievement of becoming a certified bodycare therapist in March 2023. 🎓💆‍♂️

At the heart of my practice lies a commitment to lifelong learning. I believe that the pursuit of knowledge is key to unlocking the secrets of the profound connection between a healthy body and a sound mind. This commitment extends beyond certification—it’s a dedication to staying at the forefront of the latest insights and techniques in holistic wellness.

As your devoted bodycare therapist, my mission is to continually expand my understanding of how the body and mind intertwine. By staying on the cutting edge of wellness practices, I ensure that my clients receive the most effective and tailored treatments to enhance their overall well-being. 🌐💖

Join me on this ongoing journey of discovery and transformation. Let’s explore the limitless possibilities of achieving a harmonious connection between a healthy body and a vibrant mind. Your wellness adventure begins here, where lifelong learning meets the art of therapeutic care. 🌟 #WellnessJourney #BodyMindConnection #LifelongLearning #HolisticHealing

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Rina ARIMA

Jap. Setai (Massage Therapist)

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Didier HARTMANN

German Physiotherapist, Author, Lecturer

As a professional physiotherapist Didier has worked in Germany (Munich) for about 20 years. Didier was also a lecturer at therapeutic training institutes in Switzerland, Austria, Germany and Portugal.

He published three books (two of them in English) and several online courses on health.

Didier currently lives in Kobe, Japan with his Japanese wife and two children.
As a therapist and trainer he has participated in numerous international trainings and conferences.

At the Wittlinger Therapy Center in Austria, Didier Hartmann learned lymphatic drainage from Professor Wittlinger and her family. And she learned it directly from the inventor Dr. Vodder! 

Didier´s work is highly inspired by the work of Tom Myers (Anatomy Trains – Myofascial Meridians) and modern training approaches as taught by Ido Portal, Frank Forencich, Fighting Monkey, Tom Weksler, and many more. 

But as a base Didier is still deeply routed into buddhist martial arts as Kung Fu and TaiChi which he studied more than 10 years with Ajahn Lao Vongvilay. Didier`s interest in body and mind originated from japanese Zen literature, which is always a great source of inspiration to him.