Kristiane Heidrich was trained in Germany where she graduated in 1990 (degree in Physiotherapy and Massage Therapy). She then worked in Great Britain as a physiotherapist for several years. She has been qualified to practice in Australia since 1997 (AECOP Exam) and has since expanded her anatomical and physiological knowledge in Sports Medicine, CranioSacral Therapy for adults and children, Visceral (organ) Mobilisation, Dry Needling (Acupuncture for Physiotherapist), Applied Yoga Therapy and Dissection Classes.
Kristiane is an Advanced CranioSacral Therapist (Diplomate Level), a certified teachers’ assistant for the Upledger Institute, and as of April 2011, she qualified as an Instructor for CranioSacral Therapy 1.
Her special interests are the mobilisation of the central and peripheral nervous system (dural and neural sleeves), mobilisation of deep connective tissue (fascia) and tissue around the organs of the body.
Kristiane commenced her training as a doula early 2012 and is now a trainee – ready to assist a couple to birth their baby anywhere they choose to.
A doula, or birth attendant, is a woman offering non-medical support and information to parents in pregnancy, childbirth and the post natal period
Professional Associations / Memberships
Kristiane is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.