About Your Osteopath

When I was a kid, I always wanted to help and heal people around me. Osteopathy came to me when I was a teenager and I sprained my ankle during a running session. My mother brought me to an osteopath. I was amazed to see him working skillfully with such precision. All the pain I was feeling was unravelling as he was manipulating my ankle. I was even more surprise at the end of the session to see my ankle was less swollen and clearly less painful. But the most amazing for me was to see the osteopath only needs his hands to heal people, no medications. It was a milestone moment as I just found my vocation.

Obviously, after graduating from high-school, I completed my 5 year full time program (5000+ hours) in an osteopathic school (Institut Supérieur d’Ostéopathie Paris-Est). This was a high-quality program which combined a theoretical learning (Anatomy, Physiology, Biomechanics and some medical courses…) and a practical and perceptual learning (in which we would learn Osteopathic principles and technics).

In addition, I noticed that beyond the physical pain, there was always an emotional pain underlying. The Body-Mind-Emotion-Spirit interaction kept on interesting me more and more. I decided to explore more that area and I chose to study the effects of Osteopathy on women who had a medical abortion (because the fetus wouldn’t be able to live) as the subject of my report to complete my degree.
As I was looking for some extra to support patients who were going through hard times, I found Flower Essences Therapy. First, I studies Bach Flower Remedies, then I went to California to get a training at the Flower Essences Society in Nevada City.

As my work is a passion, I decided to keep on post graduated program in Biodynamic Osteopathy. Those programs mostly occured abroad (USA, Belgium, The Netherlands, Switzerland) or in France but thaught by international Osteopaths coming from the USA, Canada, Switzerland.


Trained at the osteopathic school l’Institut Supérieur d’Ostéopathie Paris-Est which delivers a 5 year full time program (5000+ hours with theorical and practicle classes). 

Training and observations while being at school

  • Hôpital du Val de Grâce, Paris : Observation in Neurosurgery
  • Hôpital Saint Camille, Bry-sur-Marne : Observation in Orthopedic surgery
  • Clinique Ambroise Paré, Bourg-la-Reine : Maternity ward
  • Observation of Human Dissections at "Saints-Pères", at Paris-Descartes Medical School

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