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Markéta thinks that ease and enjoyment of movement are crucial in therapy. She applies this principle in therapy with children but also with adults with chronic and acute conditions. In SPINEZIO, Marketa focuses respiratory physiotherapy that improves breathing functions in people with either asthma bronchiale, different kinds of allergies or gastroesophageal reflux disease. In addition, she deals with specific women conditions such as painful or irregular periods, abdominal diastasis, exercises in pregnancy and after giving birth, and also specific scars that can go along with all the women’s problems mentioned above.
She combines her knowledge gained from university and specialized courses with personal experience and that makes her to see breathing as a „starting point“ for correct musculoskeletal functioning. Finally, she experiences more and more intensively how psychical distress influences our pain perception and movements with breathing in the first place.
2014-2017 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Prague, bachelor’s program
2017-2020 2nd Faculty of Medicine, Prague, master’s program
2018/2019 study exchange program Erasmus+, Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium
Hypermobility (Mgr. Šádek, 2020)
Intensive two week course of Vojta’s reflex locomotion (RL Corpus, 2020; organized exclusively for 2. LF UK students)
Professional exam od Sports massage (REFIT, 2017)
(Optional university courses: Physiotherapy for fitness and strengthening I, II, III (Mgr. Čech); Palpation anatomy (Mgr. Jevič, MUDr. Hudák))*
I do gentle, relaxing massages, which will bring your body a pleasant relief and set your mind in peace. My journey as a massage therapist has begun through observing my health and searching for life happiness. After years spent in corporate jobs, my own health problems gave me an opportunity to give more time to myself, focus on personal development, and do yoga. I have participated in many courses and seminars and it is my passion and inspiration to learn how to use touch as a therapeutic tool.
Before the massage therapy, we will have a short introduction to get more details in order to tailor the massage according to your conditions and to what is pleasant for you.
Ing, Human resources and personal management, Trenčín’s university
Physiotherapeutic seminar, PhDr. Tomáš Rychnovský, Phd, Praha, The Prague College of Psychosocial Studies; Praha
Biodynamic massage in psychotherapy, Mgr. Johana Špicnerová, Mgr. Martina Marečková, The Prague College of Psychosocial Studies; Praha
Course Tao of conscious touch – basics of Thai, Ayurvedic and tantra massage techniques, Marcel Harazim; Bratislava
School of reflexology, Pataky; Praha
Dexter Academy – Accredited massage diploma course; Praha
Dexter Academy – Pregnancy massage course; Praha
Courses Sun Salutations, Down to the pelvic floor, Yoga for the healthy lymphatic system, Lucie Königová; Praha
Woman’s pelvis and pelvic floor, Carmen Rodriguez Hochstrasser; Praha
Ondra has been working at the Pavel Kolář Center for Movement Medicine for 8 years. He had the
opportunity to gain practical experience from the best professionals in the field. He currently works
with people suffering from back and joint pain. He works with top athletes and other active people
who just want to enjoy the joys of movement without pain and limitations as well. He emphasizes a
comprehensive approach to the person as a whole, always trying to find the underlying cause of their
problems. As a certified therapist of the DNS concept of prof. Koláře he uses the latest knowledge
based on his methodology, as well as others.
A physiotherapist experienced in working with both babies and adults, Petr started his career in the Center of complex care in Dobřichovice, and then spent several years cooperating with the leading physiotherapist Dr. Tomáš Rychnovský, Ph.D, and the physiotherapist Mgr. et Mgr. Milan Studnička. He’s currently finishing his Ph.D. studies under the guidance of Prof. Kolář, and he participated in teaching medicine and physiotherapy students at the Second Faculty of Medicine, Charles University.
His approach focuses on the function of the human body as seen both by developmental kinesiology and by eastern approaches such as yoga or tai chi. He also uses targeted mobilization, based on the findings of the Prague School of Rehabilitation. And he’s aware of the importance of the effect of energies and thoughts on the human body.
Petr organizes workshops for business clients, dealing with the relief from pain, tension and stress.
Pavla has been working at the Psychosomatic Clinic in Prague 6 since 2016, where she began to perceive the importance of a holistic approach. In SPINEZIO she focuses, among other areas, on physiotherapy for women. She uses a functional approach, manual therapy – soft tissue techniques, mobilization, and manipulation according to Karel Lewit, Petr Bitnar, and Ludmila Mojžíšová. Furthermore, she uses methods based on neurophysiology – PNF, DNS, and sensorimotor skills. In her practice, she also uses elements of yoga, which is, in addition to running and freediving, her important hobby. Pavla also leads ergonomics seminars in large companies.
Farah graduated with a Master’s degree from FTVS, Charles University in Prague, and began her specialization as a pediatric physiotherapist working in Teplice for several years. After moving back to Prague, she expanded her work with adults, specifically those with musculoskeletal and sports-related injuries. With a keen interest in osteopathic techniques, she was able to reach a wider understanding of the human body and movement in relation to the internal organs and the nervous system. This provided her with an opportunity to work with people after gastro-intestinal surgeries or various difficulties such as gastric reflux, chronic tension headaches and other pain syndromes with unspecific causes. Her approach is holistic, and it includes a combination of these deeper yet gentle techniques and an active exercise regime based on activating correct breathing and movement stereotypes from the principles of motor development (DNS, Vojta).
– Licensed practitioner of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, Prague School Rehabilitation (2019)
– Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization in Pediatrics: Part A, B and C.
– Osteopathic visceral and neural technique, Barral Institute, various locations:
– Visceral Manipulation: VM1,VM2 Abdominal organs, VM3 Pelvic organs
– Neural manipulation: NM1 Neuromeningeal, NM2 Upper extremities
– Listening techniques course 1
– Advanced Brain class 1 (JP Barral)
– Accredited Kinesio-Taping course, KTA International : KT1 , KT2, KT3, KT4
– Lokomat Trainer, Robotic-assisted device, Hocoma (2014)
After graduating from occupational therapy at the 1st Faculty of Medicine, Jitka continued her studies at the British University of Northampton in the Advanced Practice in Occupational Therapy program, where she focused on the issue of sleep disorders and work productivity. At SPINEZIO, she specializes in occupational therapy for children and adults and therapeutic massages. In her practice, she applies a holistic approach to clients and works sensitively to eliminate their problems.
Anna has experience from the leading rehabilitation clinics Malvazinky and ISL, both in Prague. She has been influenced during her studies by the thoughts of doc. Véle, prof. Kolář and MUDr. Pánek. In SPINEZIO, Anna works with patients suffering from various issues and loves working with children. Her passion for exercise led her from gymnastics to yoga, which she also uses in physiotherapy.
Anna’s approach builds on rich experience with movement combined with modern insights from physiotherapy. She focuses on the active approach, as described in the DNS concept by prof. Kolář, and she takes inspiration from yoga – especially in subtlety and calm in movement and breathing.
Radek started his career as a physiotherapist in the Center for the treatment of the muscular system in Vysočany. In the last few years, he’s been taking care for basketball players from the Nymburk team as their main physiotherapist and also for the Czech national basketball team. In SPINEZIO,
Radek works mainly with active people and sportsmen, making use of his experience in sports physiotherapy and fitness (physio-fitness training). He also helps people suffering by issues cased by a hectic lifestyle and bad movement habits.
Radek employs leading up-to-date approaches to physiotherapy of active people, called “physio-fitness training”. His therapy is based on the concept of DNS according to prof. Kolář, combined with dry needling.