" In Wuo Tai, we turn our backs on what we know, what we believe, what we want. "
What is Wuo Tai?
More than just body work, Wùo Taï is a poetry of movement, an adventure of the mind that skilfully combines the precise and therapeutic world of osteopathy, the subtle and intuitive world of dance, the wisdom of Thai massage and martial arts.
Created by Roland Combes, a French osteopath, Wùo Taï is a discipline that is practiced by two people on the ground on a mat.
Wùo taï is a way to dive into the world of fascias and joints by dancing with your tissue to discover a new way of touching and healing.
The practice is based on precise physiological knowledge. The Wùo Tai dances around 6 spheres: the articular system, the myofascial, the visceral (organs), the deep, structural (spinal column) and energetic (meridians) fascia.
Wùo Taï breaks all mental patterns and invites the practitioner to an osteopathic dance capable of rewriting the patterns of the unconscious.
INDIVIDUAL WUO TAI SESSION
How does a Wùo Taï session take place?
A Wùo Taï session is an invitation to a journey of inner exploration. Thanks to joint mobilization, the body is approached in its different spatial dimensions.
Through a subtle conversation with the fascias, an elliptical movement spreads like a wave that releases blockages and opens up interior spaces.
A session of Wùo Taï balances the body (bodies) and through relaxation helps to raise awareness of forgotten interior spaces.
The person receiving the care is completely passive.
The treatment is done on the ground on a futon, usually with music to guide the flow.
Where can I have a session?
In Ibiza (North of the island)
In Europe depending on my travels (see my agenda )
I come to your area if you organize a group of people interested in receiving care or through training / retreats that I give.
How long does a session last?
Sessions last 1 hour.
“Incredible moment that passed between the hands of Nathalie.
We float, we spin and we release like magic.
His expert movements and his just word make us want to come back and that's what I did. "