Tamara is an outdoor person; this is easily recognizable by her year-round tanned appearance. She is an avid surfer, snow sports enthusiast and biker. She prefers to be outdoors and shares her passion for movement with like-minded people.
When sports teacher and endurance freak Michael is not riding on his bike or running through the countryside, he likes to challenge the participants with his calm and relaxed manner. The one or other welding bead on the forehead is safely provided...
His relaxed and cosmopolitan attitude to life owes
Victor to yoga. It gives him the balance in everyday life and brings his body and
Spirit in harmony. In summer, swimming on the Rhine gives him the necessary serenity.
Angela, the Basel-Canadian and our happy nature. At
her hours you almost automatically get a shining smile - and otherwise
she makes sure that the smiles shine with her good mood. And she loves
Silke, former competitive swimmer and Ironwoman on Hawaii, loves sun
and fresh mountain air. She can be found in the water or on the bike in the mountains. The former triathlete is always looking for new challenges and draws everyone along with her enthusiasm.
Marien works out for at least 20 minutes a day: TRX, balance ball, weights or sometimes takes a walk in the woods. Music is an important part of his life and philosophy. He lets his cheerful character flow into his TRX lessons.
Hong’s passion for yoga has never diminished – from starting to practice yoga 20 years ago, to having her own yoga studio in Shanghai, to pursuing academic knowledge in psychology, till now teaching and sharing her passion @ Spirit Studio.
Looking for physiotherapy sessions that feel like an enjoyment? Then Regula is your woman. She likes to try different ideas and integrates playful exercises into a session that is precisely tailored to the needs of the client. .
Claudia, our lead physiotherapist, grasps people and their complaints in their wholeness. Starting from the complaints, she searches - following the connections - until she finds the cause. Not surprisingly, if treated in a different place than the pain sits.