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“What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly”

Richard Bach


A b o u t

Who am I

When I was finally admitted as a member of a professional orchestra, it was the fulfillment of a childhood dream as well as the realization of a vocation. Quite soon, however, I started to feel less enthusiastic, distressed and even anxious about my daily work as an oboist (backstage, the reality of artists is less glamorous).

?What happened to me

It seems that the realization of a dream cannot be a goal in itself. Thus, I decided to go back to the beginning: as a wind instrumentalist my natural connection to myself is through breathing. That is why I became naturally interested in bodywork and therapy and, at a later stage, in psychotherapy. 

The therapeutic approach

Existential psychotherapy provides a supportive and non-judgmental environment for clients to explore their lives with more profound questions and awareness. During the therapy session you will learn to take over the reins of your existence, and understand how crisis can create new opportunities and meanings in your life.

  • Elbaum College, Tel Aviv – Certified movement coach for children and adults with learning, behavioral and attention difficulties

  • Avi Bachat, Tel Aviv – Licensed therapist for integrative massage, touch and movement therapy

  • Kibbutzim College of Education, Tel Aviv – Graduate of the Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling training program

Types of treatment 
  • ​​Psychotherapy and counseling

  • Integrative massage: diverse techniques in deep tissue massage

  • Stretching and balancing to treat posture problems

  • Combined psychotherapy and bodywork



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