DOMINIQUE BOURGEOIS

My name is Dominique Bourgeois, I am married and have two children.
In 2004, I finished my studies in physiotherapy and revalidation at the University of Ghent in Belgium (Ugent) and I did a specialization in Manual Therapy in 2005. In 2007 I started a training in fascia therapy at the Fascia College (Drongen) and I successfully finished it in 2011.
As an active member of the Biotensegrity Interested Group (BIG) since 2013, I conducted a litterature review regarding fascia and its properties. Together with Paul Sercu, I developed the concept of Dynamic Anatomy, which I have been teaching at the Belgium Fascia College ever since. This material is also integrated in the book “Bewegingsperceptie Ontrafeld” published in 2016. My main sources of inspiration were Stephen Levin, Graham Scarr, Jaap van der Wal and Erich Blechschmidt.
Since 2004 I have been working as an independent physiotherapist and have had my own practice since 2007. I practice fascia therapy and mainly treat patients with serious chronic, aspecific and stress-related complaints.
I also teach at the Belgium Fascia College where I am responsible for the Dynamic Anatomy discipline and where I help train physiotherapists in fascia therapy. 

DOMINIQUE BOURGEOIS

My name is Dominique Bourgeois, I am married and have two children.
In 2004, I finished my studies in physiotherapy and revalidation at the University of Ghent in Belgium (Ugent) and I did a specialization in Manual Therapy in 2005. In 2007 I started a training in fascia therapy at the Fascia College (Drongen) and I successfully finished it in 2011.
As an active member of the Biotensegrity Interested Group (BIG) since 2013, I conducted a litterature review regarding fascia and its properties. Together with Paul Sercu, I developed the concept of Dynamic Anatomy, which I have been teaching at the Belgium Fascia College ever since. This material is also integrated in the book “Bewegingsperceptie Ontrafeld” published in 2016. My main sources of inspiration were Stephen Levin, Graham Scarr, Jaap van der Wal and Erich Blechschmidt.
Since 2004 I have been working as an independent physiotherapist and have had my own practice since 2007. I practice fascia therapy and mainly treat patients with serious chronic, aspecific and stress-related complaints.
I also teach at the Belgium Fascia College where I am responsible for the Dynamic Anatomy discipline and where I help train physiotherapists in fascia therapy.