I believe that the body is the materialization of our experiences, environment, beliefs and emotions.
It is also the product of a network of physiological responses in a refined relationship that resembles that of an orchestra.
My “body” journey started early as I required treatment for scoliosis, which sparked both my curiosity and exposure to all things wellness and movement.
Two decades as a body therapist have seen me through a number of massage courses, as well as physiotherapy degree in Brazil. I often resort to reflexology as a therapeutic tool.
Muscular Chains edified my knowledge about the relationship between the muscles that work together and support each other.
Bertazzo’s Method offers me inspiration everyday.
Diplomas on psychosomatic studies (Morphoanalysis) define my frame of work. I provide a confidential, pleasant and stimulating environment.
My treatments tailored individually, combining diverse massage techniques together with a variety of stimuli to promote body awareness through movement.
The objective is relaxation in strengthening, injury prevention and treatment, as well as postural improvement, alignment and awareness.
The sessions I offer provide a long-lasting effect and encourage self-management, understanding and independence.
Alongside Tania Huddart (Hearts and Bones Pilates), I created the movement laboratory, investigating treatment approaches. In 2014 I have written and ministered a workshop named Walking with Gravity.
I was the guest speaker at Hearts and Bones Pilates Conference in 2013, where I shared my knowledge on the GDS Muscular Chains.
I apply the premises of Bertazzo Method to Pilates. I prioritise the correct joint function and range of movement to provide a safe and effective workout.
I have added the use of trampolines to the TRX weight resistance training. That calls for balance responses that provide a fun cardiovascular workout.
- 1993 graduated in Social Communications
- 1994 started studying different massage techniques, among which Therapeutic Massage, Shiatsu and Reflexology;
- 1995-1997 undergoes the formation on Terapia Morfoanalitica developed by Physiotherapist/psychologist Serge Peyrot;
- 1995 to present time deepens her understanding of Muscular Chains, technique developed by Godelieve Dennis-Struif (physiotherapist and osteopath) in Belgium/France;
- 1998-2001 undergoes bachelor degree at UNIP University of Physiotherapy in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Her graduation dissertation is about Physiotherapy as a path to natural birth;
- Fabiola Haru emigrated from Brazil in 2002 and since then than has practised for a number of years before giving birth to her daughter, Nina Maria.
- During 2012 and 2013 Fabiola developed the Movement Laboratory with Tania Huddart. A space for exploration and Movement investigation;
- In 2013 Fabiola is invited to be the Guest Speaker at Hearts and Bones Pilates Conference
- In 2013 Fabiola Ministered the workshop Walking with Gravity
- Fabiola Haru’s other interests are music, dance, pilates, yoga and outdoors sports.