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Caterina Di Felice is Physiotherapist graduated in 1983 at the University of Florence. For over 20 years he is interested in issues concerning body awareness. He graduated in Mezieres proprioceptive. He studied the antiginnastica, followed seminars Eutonia, Feldenkrais, Shiatsu therapy, Auriculotherapy, Flower Therapy, Transformative Mindfulness. In 1987 and continues training in the method Rességuier. Since 2003 is a teacher of the method and member of the "College des Formateurs Praticiens" dell'IMR Europe. In 2011 he received the title of Instructor Mindfulness Based (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction). Led, as a teacher of the Method Resseguier, different formations and sensitization at public and private institutions. He carried out its profession in different areas of health, neuro-psychiatric, pediatric, neurology, orthopedics, geriatrics, rheumatology. He currently works as a freelance at Villa Donatello, nursing home in Florence. It follows and supports the work of study and research of the University Degli Studi di Firenze, Section of Rheumatology and Algology on the application Rességuier Method in some rheumatic diseases such as fibromyalgia. Since 1993 leading body working groups through "Body Movement and Perception" a personal elaboration tested and enriched over the years by working with patient groups, physiotherapists, health professionals. Lecturer, Master of Rehabilitation Rheumatology at the University of Florence and AMuRR NGO, Association Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation Rheumatology It coordinates with the team of AMuRR to achieve therapy, dissemination, research and training. He works as a teacher of MR, with the field of music professionals.
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