I decided early to turn my vocation into a profession
Health and fitness have always taken an essential role in my life. Ever since my youth I have been doing sport on a high level. Amongst other things, I have won the regional championships and came in second at the German Junior Championships (power sport). Building on my enthusiasm for sport, I decided early to turn my vocation into a profession.
In 2003, I have completed my apprenticeship as a nationally certified and accredited fitness trainer. Later on, my state exam as a physiotherapist followed. Subsequently, I finished my studies as a “Bachelor of Physiotherapy” in the Netherlands.
Due to more than 10 years of activity as a trainer and my extensive experience as a physiotherapist, I place a lot of value on keeping up with the latest findings in my area of expertise. Besides my apprenticeship and further trainings in Germany (e.g. personal training, nutrition, sports medicine, communication/NLP, joint health) I regularly participate in congresses and international seminars (e.g. in the Congress of the International Olympic Committee).
From March 2015 on I will additionally be studying in the degree course “M.Sc. in Sport Physiotherapy” at the renowned German Sport University Cologne.
My spread of customers
Over the years, I was able to support athletes from many different disciplines with my expertise and practical knowledge. For instance, I have mentored a German national team of athletics at the Deaflympics in 2013.
Not only do ambitious competitive athletes number among my clients, but basically anyone who wants to get the most out of the training, depending on their time available for health and fitness training. A good example is “Germany’s Memory Trainer no. 1 (ZDF)”, Oliver Geisselhart, whom I prepared for his physically as well as mentally demanding tours.
If you also have such aims in sport and health, I’ll be looking forward to working with you!