Poonam Stecher Sharma: (MA Sociology/Post graduate Diploma in Yogic Science) Personal Statement: To consciously perceive, feel and experience life in its immense diversity is what I try to make tangible in my everyday work with people. Main focus: Psychosomatic complaints, work-life balance Forms of therapy: Yoga Therapy Languages: E/Hindi/D/F Health insurance recognition: in clarification Association membership: Yoga Schweiz
Thomas Stecher Sharma
Thomas Stecher Sharma, dipl. Naturopath (TEN) & Ayurveda Specialist. Founder and Director of Sanapurna Center for Complementary Medicine. Personal Statement: The daily intensive contact with people in our center is very enriching for me. Again and again I am touched, challenged and inspired by the life stories of my patients and the associated symptoms. Guided by life experience, expertise and belief in the power of life, I coach, accompany and treat people according to the principle of bringing together what belongs together. Main focus: Psychosomatic issues, gynaecology and pediatrics, allergies & nutrition. Forms of Therapy: Initial counselling, herbal medicine, nutrition coaching, psychological counselling according to Ayurveda.
Languages: GE/EN/IT Health Insurance Recognition: EMR, ASCA, EGK, VISANA Association Membership: VSAMT, VEAT, SGE, ABC
Désirée La Roche, dipl. Ayurvedic Specialist Personal Statement: Since I was getting in touch with Ayurveda the first time as a child,
I`m fascinated and enriched by this holistic "Science of life".
With this holistic therapeutic approach, I target the individual needs and highlight the
situation from different perspectives. It means a lot to me, to capture and support every
human totally unprejudicedly and individual, allways with the intention to see the whole
thing, to joined-up thinking and to stay flexible. Main focus: stress reducing therapies, boost the immune system, dissolve blockades,
Forms of Therapy: Ayurvedic massages, Kalari-Marma-Massages, Garshan-Massages
(Silk-Glove-Massage), Pinda Sveda, Udvartana, Kati Basti, nutrition- and health consultations.
Languages: GE/EN Health Insurance Recognition: EMR, ASCA, EGK Association Membership: VSAMT
Nadia Imgrüt, Nadia Imgrüt, Master in Social Anthropology, dipl. Ayurveda Specialist, in formation to Complementary Therapist.
Personal Statement: Ayurveda means for me to live in harmony with oneself. My interest in the human being brought me to social anthropology and finally to Ayurveda. Ayurveda helps me to respond to each client individually, to consult her/him preventively to live a life according to her/his constitution or to show her/him how she/he can re-establish her/his balance. My ayurvedic massages help the body and mind to be in flow again. Main Focus: Regeneration, stress and pain reducing treatments, purification Forms of Therapy: Different Ayurveda massages, various external oil treatments, consultation concerning nutrition and life style based on the Ayurveda teaching. Languages: GE/EN/Spanish/Portuguese Health Insurance Recognition: EMR, EGK Association Membership: VSAMT
Rajesh Ramachandra Kurup
Rajesh Ramachandra Kurup, Bachelor Degree in Economics, Siddha Marma System Medicine Certificate, Diploma in Yoga Annamalai University, India Personal statement: My family has been practicing and teaching Marma massage for generations and I learned from my uncle, who comes from a very famous Ayurveda Siddha Marma Master family from Kerala. I graduated as a Marma Massage Therapist from "AKILA THIRUVITHAM CODE SIDDHA VYDIA SANGAM" in 2010 and have been practicing since then in India and Switzerland. It is important to tune in at the beginning of the massage so that the energy can flow during the massage. Main Focus: Marma massages, stress-reducing treatments, back problems, rejuvenating and relaxing massages. Forms of therapy: Marma & Kalari Massages Languages: EN/Hindi Health Insurance Recognition: in preparation
Rajesh Ramachandra Kurup
Rajesh Ramachandra Kurup, Bachelor Degree in Economics, Siddha Marma System Medicine Certificate, Diploma in Yoga
Annamalai University, Indien Personal statement: Meine Familie praktiziert und leert Marma Massage seit Generationen und ich habe anfangs von meinem Onkel, der aus einer sehr berühmten Ayurveda Siddha Marma Master Familie aus Kerala stamen, gelernt. Ich habe dann meinen Abschluss als Marma Massage Therapeut von “AKILA THIRUVITHAM CODE SIDDHA VYDIA SANGAM“ in 2010 gemacht und praktiziere seither in Indien und in der Schweiz. Es ist wichtig, dass man sich zu Beginn der Massage auf den Empfangenden einstimmt, damit die Energie bei der Massage fliessen kann. Schwerpunkte: Marma–Massagen, stressreduzierende Behandlungen, Rückenbeschwerden, Verjüngungs- und Entspannungs Massagen Therapieformen: Marma- & Kalari Massagen Sprachen: E/Hindi Krankenkassenanerkennung: in Vorbereitung