Founder and Principal of the School for Visceral Therapy
Florinda Czeija was born in 1969 in Vorarlberg/Austria, is married and is the mother of a grown up daughter.
She has been self-employed since 1995 in her own practice for physiotherapy. She studied Pedagogy and Psychology at the University of Innsbruck. In 1991 she graduated with honors from the Academy of Physiotherapy in Salzburg.
Florinda has always been interested in the correlations with in the body from the holistic view. She further developed her technique in physioenergetics and Holistic Therapies, studying Osteopathic Techniques of Visceral Manipulation, Nerve Mobilisation, Joint Mobilisation, Spine Mobilisation, Muscle Energy Technique, Strain& Counterstrain Technique and CranioSacral Therapy.
She specialised in CranioSacralTherapy (J. Upledger) and Visceral Manipulation (JP Barral) and took all necessary exams.
From 2001 - 2012 she was instructor for Visceral Manipulation and CranioSacral Therapy at the Barral and Upledger Institue in Austria, in which she also lead the department for Visceral Manipulation from 2004 - 2012. Since 2005 she has been teaching her self-developed treatment concept for infertility, pregnancy pains, delivery preparation and post-natal care.
In 2013 she founded the School for Visceral Therapy and Integrative Manual Treatment Methods in order to advance the development of Visceral Therapy by combining the knowledge of Visceral Therapy with the structural connections to the musculoskeletal system and the lesion chains. A wide variety of courses for different diagnostic treatments will be offered worldwide in order to provide training on advanced manual treatments to a broader audience.