In 2010 I completed a NLP Practitioner education in Dansk NLP Institut. In June 2011 I graduated with distinction an education in patented Chinese Herbs (ready mixed recipes) with Charles Buck, England as a teacher.
In April 2011 I had the chance to access a week long seminar in pulse diagnosis in the United States with Dr. Leon Hammer. Thus in April 2012 I became the first fully certified teacher in the overall Shen-Hammer pulse diagnosis system in Scandinavia. This has provided access to a group of the world’s leading in pulse diagnosis and a huge pool of accumulated clinical experience. I had close contact with Dr. Leon Hammer until he passed away July 2023. For further information see www.dragonrises.eu.
For developing and spreading the Shen-Hammer pulse system in Europe, a European group is founded where we gather and exchange experiences, a kind of think tank. With we, I refer to the other certified instructors in Europe as well as other therapists with great clinical experience in the Shen Hammer pulse system.
I have been trained and taught karate myself for many years which has given me valuable experience in terms of prevention and treatment of sports injuries and good posture. I have achieved 4. dan / 4. degree of black belt. Today, I train Qi Gong / Chinese energy exercises to maintain my energy and resilience
In addition to treating at Dragon Rises Denmark, I'm a school leader at Nordisk Akupunkturuddannelse where I also teach, and I teach at several acupuncture schools and national and international congresses, and I am also regularly used as an external examiner. I teach post-training courses in Chinese Pulse Diagnostics (Shen-Hammer Pulse System) and Chinese Tongue Diagnosis. Having these diagnostic tools is essential to me, because they are considered the cornerstones of any Chinese medical diagnosis, as they inform us about past, present and not least where we are going in terms of our health. Providing these skills is a great pleasure and gives me great joy.
I also offer supervision to colleagues, especially in relation to pulse and tongue diagnosis and possible reasons why a course of treatment does not progress as desired. Students of acupuncture are welcome to make an appointment if interested in observation hours in the clinic.