Stephanie is known to most people as Steve.
Before becoming a physiotherapist, Steve danced professionally and then became a ballet teacher with a special interest in dance technique. It was her desire to learn more about anatomy that shaped her decision to become a physiotherapist. During her training she discovered Spiraldynamik® and has never looked back.
Steve has been working with the body for fifty years. She knows out of her own experience how valuable Spiraldynamik® is and wants to pass on to others the benefits she has experienced.
“If I had only known then what I know now, I think my dance career would have been less plagued by injuries. Furthermore, without Spiraldynamik® today, I would be a lot less mobile. “
“The correct spiral direction can make the difference between tension and pain on the one side and freedom and fluidity on the other. Spiraldynamik® is both therapy and prevention. It nudges you out of your normality and enables you to both understand the origin of the pain and then reduce it. It does this by improving the quality of your movement which can help to avoid the problems before they start.”
Training in Spiraldynamik®
2006-2017 Regular attendance at the annual Congress with participation in
variously themed workshops.
2016-2017 Preparation for teaching.
2015 Yoga and Spiraldynamik®
2013 Spiraldynamik® Event on Fascia
2007-2010 Spiraldynamik® Level Advanced
2006 Spiraldynamik® Level Intermediate
2005 Spiraldynamik® Level Basic
2014 Workshop on Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
2007 Introduction to Craniosacral Therapy
2006 Introduction to Osteopathy (Parietal)
2001-2017 Numerous Yoga Workshops
2007- Self-employed physiotherapist with own practice
2004-2007 Employment in a practice for physiotherapy
2001-2004 Training to be a physiotherapist
1982-2001 Ballet and jazz teacher in various schools. Choreography both
professional and amateur.
1977-1981 BA in Law and Sociology, University of Warwick
1975 Dancer in Movement Unlimited
1974-1975 Member of Ballet Company, Essen,
1971-1975 Professional training in ballet at Arts Educational Schools,