head the Somatics Academy. Both are fascinated about Fascia, eager to learn and love to network. Their talents and skills complement each other perfectly: Robert - the academic mind and inspiring fascia researcher, furthermore director of the Fascia Research Group at the TU Munich. DIvo - the practitioner, cleverly and creatively translates the knowledge gained into fascia-specific exercise programs. Like the worldwide successful concept 'Fascial Fitness' and the Fascia Training Pelvic Floor.
Paul is a recognised world leader in movement control, pain and rehabilitation. He works closely with research groups in Australia, Sweden and the USA.
Chief physician for the department anesthesia, intensive care, emergency medicine and pain therapy at the SRH Clinics Sigmaringen.
Sports physiotherapist and specialized in neurological treatment concepts. Group Fitness Trainer, Fascial Fitness Master Trainer and our expert for Fascial Training for Seniors
Carla is one of the leading researchers in fascial anatomy with her own chair at the University of Padua. The publication of her "Functional atlas of human fasciae" is historic.
MD, PhD is a specialist in physical rehabilitation at the Medical Center of the University of Ljubljana She is (co-)author of numerous publications and involved in several 'Fascia Research' projects.
Leading specialist in the treatment of myofascial pain and stress in his private practice in Stuttgart. Since 2000 he has been researching these topics in cooperation with the Fascia Research Group TU Munich.
Susan developed Continuum, the Teacher Training Program, together with Emilie Conrad and co-founded Continuum Teacher Organization.
Dr. Peter A. Levine is recognized as a leading expert in the field of somatic trauma therapy. He received his PhD in medical biophysics and also holds a doctorate in psychology.
Franz was a researcher, among others, at the Max Planck Institute for Psychological Research in Munich and the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg in Delmenhorst.
Prof. Steven Porges is Professor of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina, and Professor Emeritus at both the University of Illinois, Chicago and the University of Maryland.
Divo is a pioneer in innovative movement programs. She was the first authorized Continuum teacher in 1992 ans has developed a special training for women on this basis. Divo teaches not only in her studio in Munich but also worldwide.
Robert holds a doctorate in human biology and a diploma in psychology. His area of expertise is fascia research. He was co-initiator of all international fascia congresses since 2007 and is author of numerous books, articles and publications.