Osteopath, Certified Facilitator in Kinesiology, Audio Therapist.
Vincent Frémy received his training in France, specialising in osteopathy, including in a wide range of manual techniques (cranio-sacral therapy, Poyet Method).
Dedicated to providing the most effective treatments for his patients, Mr Frémy has also developed expertise in stress management techniques, such as the Kinesiology Three in One Concept (under G. STOKES) and the HIPERION Audio Therapy Method (under Dr ISSARTEL).
These techniques are used to eliminate engrams and resolve various health issues derived from or caused by psychological issues.
Vincent Frémy also uses floral essences and the flower remedy system (Dr Edward Bach) to treat negative emotional disorders in adult and juvenile patients.
Vincent Frémy began his career in France, where he had a practice and provided treatment to top athletes in sports clubs (handball, track and field, rugby and karate).
In 2012, Mr Frémy opened his first practice abroad in São Paulo, Brazil, provided treatment in a sports club specialising in semi-professional kitesurfing and horse-riding, and later treated acrobats from Cirque du Soleil.
In 2016, Vincent Frémy left South America for Asia, settling in Hong Kong where he now has his practice. He continues his professional development locally, such as in Eastern therapeutic massages, and regionally, such as training in Australia in infant massages. With considerable experience in managing the effects of stress, Mr Frémy is particularly suited to treating the ill effects of frenetic modern-day life. His patients range from business executives to athletes, adults to juveniles (including infants).
The sphenoid is a butterfly-shaped median bone that forms the facial base of the skull, located right behind the eyes. Its alignment determines a person’s equilibrium.
Preventative and curative treatment of disorders of the organs, joints, muscles, and fascia through manipulation and massage.
Unit B -Floor 16 Prosperous Commercial Building 54 Jardine’s Bazaar Causeway Bay – Hong Kong
MTR Causeway Bay, exit F1 – Car Parking available
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