Guillaume PERRET Osteopath D.O. BSc. (Hons)
Fully qualified French and UK trained osteopath. He obtained his degree in Osteopathy (Bachelor of Science) from the European School of Osteopathy (E.S.O) in Maidstone, UK in 2002.
Guillaume’s first language is french and he also speaks english fluently and has reasonable knowledge of both spanish and portugese.
He has practiced Osteopathy in France, England and French Polynesia since 2002.
Guillaume was an assistant and lecturer in biomechanics, structural techniques, visceral and cranial approaches at the Institut des Hautes Etudes Osteopathique, Nantes (I.D.H.E.O). He was also a clinic tutor at the student clinic at the Institut des Hautes Etudes Osteopathique, Nantes.
Guillaume treats animals with osteopathy. In 2003 he started a 2 year course in Equine and Canine Osteopathy at the Institut de Formation en Ostéopathie et Réadaptation Equine et Canine, Belgium (I.F.O.R.E.C).
Joanna Severn Osteopath D.O. BSc. (Hons)
Fully qualified UK trained osteopath. She obtained her degree in Osteopathy (Bachelor of Science) from the European School of Osteopathy (E.S.O) in Maidstone, UK in 2002.
Joanna’s first language is english. She speaks french fluently and she is studying portugese.
Joanna has practiced Osteopathy in France, England and French Polynesia since 2002.
Joanna was an assistant in visceral and cranial techniques at the Institut des Hautes Etudes Osteopathique, Nantes (I.D.H.E.O).
Joanna has experience in treating animals with osteopathy.
Joanna is a certified instructor in Pilates for rehabilitation from the ”Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute” (APPI) since 2011. She created her studio in Polynesia in 2012. She now offers private Pilates classes in Lisbon, Portugal.
Both Guillaume and Joanna are trained and have experience in gentle cranial techniques specialised to treat children and babies.
In 2007 they both created the “Cabinet d’Osteopathie des Iles sous le Vent” in French Polynesia where they stayed until 2014.
They decided to return to Europe after 8 years abroad to be closer to their families. With the new regulations of Osteopathy in Portugal, it seemed a good time to start working in Portugal, a country that they love.
They are both very enthusiastic about spreading the message of osteopathy to the people here in Portugal, offering an alternative and complementary approach to heath care and preventative medicine.