Ms Orsolya Gabriel
Job Title: Practice Therapist
Orsolya was born in 1974, in Budapest, Hungary as a daughter of an ophthalmologist, eye-surgeon father and a radiologist mother. She was raised together with her brother, who became a pharmacologist, and her sister, who works in a Children’s Hospital as an assistant. Due to her background it was not a question for her that she also will study and work on the medical field. After graduating as a conductor-teacher in the International Peto András Institute of Conductive Education for the Motor Disabled and Conductor-Teacher Training College, Budapest, Hungary in 1996, she has been working with disabled children all around the world. She has spent 6-8 months a year in different countries, such as Ireland, the USA, Australia, Vietnam, Denmark, Germany, and Sweden. While working with CE (Conductive Education) in Denmark in 2002, she simply fell in love with Cranio-sacral therapy when she has discovered the wonderful effect the modality had for one of her favorite patients’ health and well being. Eventually, she decided that she also wanted to learn that method. In 2003 she traveled to Singapore to participate in CST I from the Upledger Institute. She completed CST II in Australia in 2004, then SER I (Somato-Emotional Release) in Singapore in 2005. She has become and worked as a TA (teacher assistant) in Hong Kong. In 2007 she completed SER II in Madrid, ADV I in New Jersey, USA, and ADV II in Ireland. Additionally, Orsolya participated in a Neuro-Developmental Delay Therapy Course in Co. Donegal, Ireland in 2003, and she also completed a course of sign language for hearing-impaired people. In 2010 she became a certified CST1 instructor and director of the Hungarian Upledger Satellite. In 2011 she attended the Bio-Aquatic Dolphin Asissted CranioSacral Therapy program in the Bahamas. Since 2006 she has been taking part in a Naturopath Certification Program at ETI, Hungary. Her original degrees, besides conductive education, are in Marketing and promotion management and Communication at Vitéz János College in Esztergom, Hungary where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. Since 2006 she has been working as a certified CranioSacral therapist in her home in Biatorbágy, Hungary. Her patients like her not only for her expertise, professional calling and outmost thoroughness, but for her kindness, above-average activity and enthusiasm.