From an early age, Bart has been fascinated by mind and body. Competitive sports were an important part of his youth and what also influenced his decision to pursue a Bachelor’s in Psychology in Ghent University. Throughout his next steps, his fascination lead him to Germany and Greece where he followed a European Master’s in Sport and Exercise Psychology specialized in Mindfulness. His graduation was followed by several trips to Asia to become a yoga teacher and study oriental massage techniques. During one of these travels he first heard about Rolfing ® and the interplay between movement and structural work immediately attracted him. After having gained sufficient experience in both fields, he felt that many of the movement schools lack tissue work and many of the structural schools miss movement education. This was why soon after, he moved to Munich where he completed the intensive format to become a Certified Rolfer (TM) in the European Rolfing Association. Later, he also graduated as a Rolf Movement practitioner. Besides working as a Rolfer, Bart also applies his background teaching Yoga and AcroYoga workshops.