I was born in 1982, in Lier, and grew up in the small town of Everberg.
Since I was young, I have had a clear idea of my mission, interest and fascination in life: people and their health.
My studies to become a physiotherapist and sports physiotherapist were good stepping stones towards further development of knowledge. But I kept looking for more layers and connections: the why, the how, the causes and the deeper roots of symptoms. Sometimes I drove my teachers mad with all my questions: “Yes, but …” and “Why?” and “Where is this coming from?” I was desperate to gain a holistic view of human beings.
On a backpacking trip through Australia and Fiji, I was suffering from chronic and repeated inflammation. I was treated by an acupuncturist. This gave me a fundamental insight into our self-healing properties.
We should not see ‘disease’ as an enemy, as it often tells us something. In Australia I read a book called Your body never lies, which explains that our bodies send us signals to indicate imbalances.
That trip was the beginning of a life-long journey, a journey to deepen my experience and follow my insatiable passion.
I also have had experience with special education for children with mild or serious mental disabilities and autism. They touched my heart and showed the vital importance of transparency and purity.
I have been studying for 20 years and I continue to increase my knowledge and specialisation by attending national and international conferences and special courses, and following programmes to develop myself and grow as a person, woman and acupuncturist. Every person visiting my practice teaches me something about myself and mirrors something in myself.
I am a life-long learner, I love life and I plan to keep on learning.
I am fascinated by ancient treatments. They drive me to keep adding to my inner library of experiences, growth, and knowledge.
Master in Physiotherapy and rehabilitation (Specialisation: manual therapy – and disease prevention and therapeutic applications of physical and sports activities) @ KULeuven
Postgraduate diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture @ ICZO
Postgraduate diploma in Traditional Chinese Medicine: Chinese Herbal Medicine@ ICZO
See here a selection of my experience and qualifications
Internship in the Zheijang Provincial Hospital of TCM, Hangzhou, China (the first affiliated hospital of Zhejiang Chinese Medical University) – 2017
Degrees and Training Programs
- Use of Essential oils during pandemic times - Jeffrey Yuen
- Integrale aromatherapie & Hydrolaten - Veerle Waterschoot - CIAN
- Curious Organs & Chinese Medicine - Jeffrey Yuen, Krakau
- Alchemy in Chinese medicine - Jeffrey Yuen, Dublin
- Essential oils & Luo channels - Jeffrey Yuen, Nederland
- Advanced Acupuncture - Dynamic Pulse Diagnosis - Ann Cecil Sterman, New York
- Clinical Cases - Ann Cecil Sterman, Barcelona
- All illnesses are rooted in the Spirit - Jeffrey Yuen, Riga
- Advanced Acupunture : Luo and Sinew channels - Ann Cecil Sterman
- Psycho-emotional disorders and the 8 Extraordinary Vessels – Yvonne Farrell
- Sexuology in Chinese Medicine – Dr. Sun Peilin
- Quitting smoking – Danny Van Laethem
- Diagnosis of the pulse – Frances Turner
- Alchemical Spagyrics – Nancy Popieul
- Obesity seen from Traditional Chinese Medicine – Dr. Sun Peilin
- Acupuncture for psycho-emotional complaints – Bruno Braeckman
- Abdominal acupuncture – Tuvia Scott
- Application of Five Elements in Treatment of Depression – Dr. Sun Peilin
- Oncology Acupuncture – Dr. Yair Maimon
- Five Elements Theory – Tuvia Scott
- Scalp acupuncture & Moxa therapy – Suzanne Robidoux
- ICCM Congress – Tel Aviv, Israël
- Sports physiotherapist (Rugby : BBRFC-Celtics)
- One needle treats 1000 diseases – Dr. Yair Maimon
- Treatment of Pain – Suzanne Robidoux
- Jade Herbal – Herbology – Medichin
- Psychodynamics (2 year) – intuitive development and transpersonal psychology
- Sport acupuncture- Whitfield Reaves
- Electro acupuncture – Danny van Laethem
- Ear acupuncture according to Nogier- Bruno Braeckman
- Western herbal medicine according to the Traditional Chinese Medicine: East meets West
- Energetic Organ study- Veerle Wouters & Veerle Waterschoot
- Causal foot reflexology (2 modules) – An de Mulde
- Flanders International College of Osteopathy – First Structural module
Please contact me in case you would have any additional questions.