Bachelor of Education from the University of Quebec at Rimouski, Nathalie d’Aragon spent eight years in Europe studying and working in the field of body and manual therapies. She graduated in Fasciatherapy and Sensory Gymnastics from the “Collège International Méthode Danis Bois” in Belgium, and subsequently obtained a post-graduate certificate in Somato-psychopedagogy and Art Therapy at the University of Lisbon in Portugal. She also goes to France to improve her sensory Martial Art (AMS) with her founder Martine De Nardi.
She has been practicing fasciatherapy in Quebec since 2007 after working with professional dancers in Europe, teaching Relaxation in Motion and AMS in the Netherlands and Belgium. Its clientele is diversified: adults, children and seniors in CHSLDs.