Dutch health insurance reimburses all or a portion of your physiotherapy treatment with a supplementary policy (aanvullende verzekering)    

Lee is registered in the  CKR (quality registry of the Netherlands Association of Physiotherapists) and the BIG registry of the Dutch government.  She does not have contracts with local insurance companies. You will be given a bill which you can present to your health insurance company for reimbursement. Check your specific policy for details. 


The aches and pains that we experience in our daily life or during pregnancy & post-partum are often due to incorrect posturing and/or hormonal changes. Physiotherapy treatment & massage can help alleviate these complaints. As a physiotherapist, acupuncturist and a trained sports masseur I combine various techniques depending on your particular situation and needs. 

I would also be glad to give you advice on how you can improve your posture and how exercises can assist you during pregnancy and the postpartum period.

But you do not need to be pregnant nor a woman to book an appointment! In the past 20 years I have taken extensive post-graduate courses including dry needling, medical taping and various manual techniques. See here for a complete list of post-graduate courses. 


Therapeutic massage has been used for centuries to improve overall health, reduce stress and muscle tension. Depending on your needs and preference sports massage, Swedish massage, acupressure or a combination of these may be used during your treatment. But there is no need to have a particular complaint, sometimes it is just nice to be pampered, so treat yourself to a massage!

Physiotherapy & Massage Treatment:

30 minute session: €35          60 minute session: €65.00       

For more information or to schedule an appointment contact Lee at gravidasana@gmail.com or click on the envelope below. Look forward to hearing from you.

Kinesiotape of the shoulder to relieve pain and improve  joint mobility

Kinesiotape of the shoulder to relieve pain and improve  joint mobility