Originally from Berlin, Jane Rother completed her studies as a massage therapist at the well-known “Bildungszentrum fuer Berufe im Gesundheitswesen” in Berlin Buch followed by the qualification as a physiotherapist (SRK). Over the years she completed several post studies in Germany and Switzerland focusing on chiropractic, lymph- and edema therapy, osteopathy, physiotherapy with special focus on soccer, k-taping, personal training, pilates and fascia training.
Janes has been working at various clinics and private practices in Switzerland since 2006. A key experience of her curriculum was the time she spent at the Swiss Olympic Medical Center in Leukerbad (Switzerland) where she worked closely with top athletes. She soon took over the lead as the Head of the Department for orthopedics, rheumatology and traumatology and supervised physiotherapy students from HES-SO Wallis.
Jane is very interested in different holistic treatment approaches. She continuously invests time and effort to further educate herself. She travelled to Australia, India and the US where she worked with local GPs, healers and other therapists to compare and integrate new treatment approaches. She combines the “traditional” western approach with alternative treatments allowing the patient to benefit from Jane’s entire experiences gained over the past ten years.
“I am convinced that everyone can create the awareness of a healthy body. We just need to find the key to it.”