Inès De Beer
Inès has been in Hong Kong for more than 15 years and was one of the first osteopaths in the city.
She graduated from the J.W. Academy of Osteopathy (Belgium) in 1995, in association with the Maidstone College of Osteopathy (U.K.). In addition, she has completed several post graduate courses in Cranio-Sacral Therapy at the Upledger Institute, Visceral Manipulation, Pediatric Osteopathy, Tuina Massage and Acupuncture.
Aside from the many adults she has treated for musculo-skeletal ailments, Ines has extensive experience helping children and infants with problems ranging from postural imbalances to reflux.
Inès has 2 children of her own, and speaks fluent English, French and Dutch.
Magali Salgado is a physiotherapist from France having graduated in 2012 from the French Masso-Physiotherapy Institute, IFPEK.
Using Evidence Based Medicine as a guideline, she credits IFPEK for helping her
build a critical and open-minded way of practice.
Her primary aim is to restore and inspire motivation through sport activities, daily routine habits for patients with musculoskeletal, respiratory issues and sport injuries. Her main focus lies on Sports Rehabilitation, Respiratory Physiotherapy and Neuro-Dynamic functioning.
She is fully committed to provide her patients with autonomy and self-comprehension of their body mechanics to aid healing and avoid further chronic diseases.
Magali is fluent in French, Portuguese, Spanish and English.
Etienne is an Osteopath from France. Based in London from 2014 until 2018, he graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in the United Kingdom.
He accumulated wide experience while in the UK through private clinics as well as sport, pediatric clinics and public hospitals. A multi-educational process with internships in France allowed him to integrate a certain diversity in his treatment approaches, adapting specifically to the patient’s needs.
The realignment of structure and function of the muskulo-skeletal system is very important for Etienne, constantly aiming to cure the symptomatic origin. While treating dysfunctions, he is also focused on enhancing posture adaptation and body mechanics in adults or teenagers either to optimize recovery or prevent potential impairments and conditions.
Etienne is fluent in English, French and Spanish
Aurelie Martin is a neuro-energetic kinesiology practitioner with an Australian government accredited qualification in Neuro-Energetic Kinesiology.
She also holds a certificate in acupuncture from HKU.
Aurelie has been practicing energy work for over 10 years, through Tai Chi, Reiki and Acupuncture. Born and educated in France, with a Cartesian mind, it is only when caring for her son who suffered from cancer that she started being amazed by the energy approach of health. Since then she has been developing her interest in traditional Chinese medicine philosophy, studying acupuncture, the Indian system of the chakras and practicing different non-invasive natural healing therapies in London, Shanghai and Hong Kong. She sees these practices as a very good way to support people’s health towards a complete physical, mental and social well-being.
She is fluent in French and English.
Lisa is a classically trained professional homeopath with experience in treating a wide and varied range of ailments and conditions. She trained at Purton House School of Homeopathy in the UK for 4 years. As part of her final dissertation, she conducted a proving of a new remedy - which has since been in use as a valuable addition to the homeopathic pharmacy. She has continued her professional development with regular courses and seminars ever since.
Lisa ran a busy private practice in Farnham, Surrey for over 10 years, and participated as a supervisor with trainees for the Society of Homeopaths until she relocated to Hong Kong with her family in 2010.
Since moving to Asia Lisa has embraced opportunities to explore new places and healing paradigms - taking a break from working in practice until joining the team at The Round Clinic. Having treated mothers, babies and children for many years, Lisa is looking forward to helping Hong Kong mothers with every aspect of their family’s health.
In addition to seeing patients, she holds regular talks and workshops at the clinic to teach people how to utilise homeopathy in their family and home environment so that they can learn to use this gentle natural medicine with confidence and ease.
Lisa has 2 grown up children, enjoys photography and sailing, and is English speaking.
Galit Cohen Nagar
Galit has 20 years experience in acupuncture and reflexology.
She ran her own private clinic in Israel for 15 years, as well as working in other clinics and hospitals. Galit taught reflexology for over 7 years at integrative medicine colleges and also taught midwife techniques to support women during labor.
She also studied “Kiiko Matsumoto” method of Japanese acupuncture.
Galit speak fluent English and Hebrew.
Julie N. Sousi
Narguess is a French speech and language practitioner who graduated from ULB (Universite Libre de Bruxelles) in 2001 in Speech an Language Therapy.
Besides this diploma she has a bachelor degree in child psychology from Rene Descartes Paris V University.
She has many years of experience evaluating and re-educating written and oral language delays and disorders such as dyslexia, dysorthographia, learning disorder, dysphasia, articulation disorders, fluency, voice disorders etc...
As she has spent the last 10 years outside France, she is also very well experienced with the language problems occurring in an expat environment with bilingual issues.
Narguess has 2 children and has traveled and has practiced in several countries.
Through an integrative, evidence-based approach, Stephanie believes psychotherapy has the power to restore self worth, dignity, and confidence. Without judgment, Stephanie aims to encourage the development of such awareness as a basis for cognitive, behavioural and emotional change.
She can help adolescent and adult clients cope with depression, anxiety or other disordered thinking, difficult, stressful life events and emotions and challenging physical health conditions.
Her personal areas of interest, although not exclusive, are personal and family relationships, adolescent development, adjustments to motherhood, sport psychology, sexuality and identity.
She is registered with the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association and adheres to the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association’s Code of Ethics.
Stephanie is a Canadian citizen and long term resident of Hong Kong, mother to two school-aged boys.