Muscat (Oman), March 2011: conference under the auspices of the Minister of Health of Oman (dr. Ahmad bin Mohammed Al Saeedi): Medical and Educational Convention for Parents “Neurological Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach towards Treating the Children’s Needs”, Participants: Princess Sameera Al Saud, Lone Sorensen, prof. Richard Deth, dr. Mohammad Abdul Jabbar, dr. Moussa Charafeddine and others. Assistants to Lone Sorensen: Gamze Senbursa (Turkey) and Robert Przybyś (Poland).
Robert Przybyś: Professional background
Robert Przybyś has been “working with the body” since 1998, and has been dealing with neuro-reflex therapy since March 2007 (since 2007 reflexology has been his sole source of income). Since October 2007 he has been learning directly from Lone Sorensen. In 2010, he established the International Reflex Therapy Centre. Since 2011 he has been one of the closest assistants to Lone Sorensen in her international projects. In 2012 he established the International Lone Sorensen Institute in Warsaw.
Training courses, diplomas, certificates, conferences, projects:
2015 (June) – four-day training course by dr. Jesus Manzanares in London in the scope of “The Science-Based Manzanares MethodTM of Reflexology” (32 hours – feet reflexology based on dr. Manzanares’ scientific research; the method has nothing to do with meridianology and traditional Far Eastern medicine; it is based on examination of subcutaneous deposits, their interpretation and arrangement of individual therapy plans).
2015 (February) – participation in three-day seminar by dr. Toshikastsu Yamamoto in Madrid: “New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA)”; dr. Yamamoto (87) devoted several decades of his life to establish completely new maps of reflex points and zones, particularly within the head.
2014 (September) – Lone Sorensen and Polish instructors organized the International Conference “Brain and Natural Health” in Warsaw. Eminent experts from different countries presented the latest achievements in the scope of natural, non-toxic therapies affecting the Central Nervous System. The conference gathered 130 participants from 17 countries (among others: Denmark, UK, Spain, USA, Japan, Oman, Canada, and Australia). Lecturers included, among others: prof. Bui Quoc Chau and prof. Jan Talar.
2014 – courses in neuro-reflex therapy of face, feet and hands in Warsaw, course in Praxis Vertebralis in Slovenia, continued work in Oman (2 trips); July 2014 – next stage of education: instructors’ course in classic foot reflexology TCM in Barcelona from L. Sorensen, September 2014 – participated in the 1st module of the course of Dien Chan method, prof. Bui Quoc Chau (Warsaw).
2012-2013 – Robert Przybyś supported Lone Sorensen in organization of SorensensistemTM training courses in Slovenia and Poland; in February 2013 in Copenhagen he assisted in the “Nanopatches in Reflex Therapy” course; in April 2013 he participated in workshops (Spain) for SorensensistemTM instructors and therapists (lymphatic face drainage according to dr. Vodder, use of laser therapy and electrostimulation in neuro-reflex therapy, “Arabic Boost treatment”); in May 2013 for the first time conducted Praxis Vertebralis training course in Slovenia, in June 2013, R. Przybyś with Lone Sorensen conducted course in hand reflexology in Japan, in December L. Sorensen and R. Przybyś in Amman (capital of Jordan).
December 2011 – June 2012 : Lone Sorensen and Robert Przybyś five times in Oman. The Ministry of Health of Oman, universities and other education institutions, hospitals are interested in Temprana Therapy. L. Sorensen and R. Przybyś conducted consultations for parents of disabled children (nearly 400 therapies are ongoing).
2011 – 2012 : organization of courses in face reflexology and Temprana Therapy conducted in Poland by Lone Sorensen.
AUTHORISATION TO CONDUCT PROFESSIONAL COURSES IN TEMPRANA THERAPY, FACE REFLEXOLOGY, PRAXIS VERTEBRALIS, SORENSENSISTEM HAND NEURO-REFLEX THERAPY – instructor’s diploma of 2010 (below); Robert Przybyś is the first (except Lone Sorensen) instructor of SorensensistemTM methods authorized to conduct professional Temprana courses for therapists. In connection with certain questions, explanation: Persons who complete Temprana courses are granted the title ‘therapist’ (such title appears on the diploma – Temprana Reflex therapist – and authorises, among other things, to conduct training courses for patient’s family and friends, e.g. parents of a sick child. SorensensistemTM instructors are those who were authorised by Lone Sorensen to conduct professional courses for therapists (Instructor in SorensensistemTM concept);
Temprana Therapy (advanced therapy for children and adults with neurological and genetic disorders, comprising much more extended face, hand and foot reflexology); students write a diploma thesis – Denmark (August 2008 – June 2009); Temprana therapists are authorised to conduct courses for patients’ families and caregivers.
SorensensistemTM Instructor Course – Spain (June 2009)
Therapy of infertility and hormonal disorders (including ‘hormonal test’) – Spain (September 2009)
Therapy of eye disorders – Denmark (February 2009)
Face therapies with consideration of dr. Yamamoto’s and dr. Wong’s methods –Denmark (autumn 2008)
Praxis Vertebralis on feet (including Micro Reflexology of Big Toe, October 2007), Neuro-Reflex Therapy of Hands (October 2007), Praxis Vertebralis for Athletes, Japanese Cosmolifting, Reflexology in Preparation for Delivery (April 2008), Intestinal Lines on Face and Feet (July 2008), Praxis Vertebralis on the Face (mid 2009), Gold Treatment (treatment with use of 24 carat gold, September 2009), Reflexology in Thyroid Disorders, Depression, ADHD, Tibetan Neck and Head Reflexology (September 2010) – Poland/ Spain
Face and Head Reflexology (modules I-IV, teacher: Beata Sekuła – at that time instructor in SorensensistemTM Face Reflexology in Poland, 2007)
Training outside reflexology:
Classic massage – Warsaw (2nd degree professional massage course, 150 hours, 2001 – 2002)
PeLoHa massage, Thai massage, Hawaiian lomi lomi nui massage – Warsaw, Supraśl (2006-2007)
MA in History from the Catholic University of Lublin – 1995; graduate of the Faculty of Social Communication and Journalism of the Catholic University of Lublin – 1996; in the years 1998-2006 – journalist of BBC Poland.