Passionate about anatomy and movement, Véronique decided to get involved in sport and performance. More specifically, she aims to provide professional support to performers and outdoor athletes.
She graduated from the Geneva School of Physiotherapy in 2009 and from the medical faculty of the Geneva University (Master in Science of movement and sport). She has also had training focused on sport performance and movement analysis, postures, physiology and Stott Pilates.
Véronique created the “Enmouvement center” where she collaborates with many sporting entities, individual athletes and professional schools.
Actually physiotherapist at Enmouvement, she is also the physiotherapist in charge of the Rudra Béjart School and collaborates with the HES (Universities of applied sciences in Health) in Geneva where she teaches physiotherapy.
She is a Member of the ASPS, the Sports Physiotherapy Swiss Association, and is also recognized by complementary insurance companies.