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Practice Flow Therapies is located within joined venture of the “Practice Rijksstraatweg” where several disciplines work together on the following therapies:


  • Mensendieck exercise therapy

  • Physiotherapy

  • Osteopathy

  • Hypnotherapy

  • Mesology

  • Cranio (sacral) therapy

In addition to the above therapies, the practice also has a yoga room where yoga classes are given every evening. Are you interested in attending? Then contact me.

When you enter the practise, you will experience a relaxed, modern and friendly warm look that makes you feel at ease right away while zipping a nice cup of tea or a glass of water.

Practice Flow Therapies is easily accessible by public transport with a bus stop right outside and has FREE parking.

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The practice

Holistic vision

Almost every cell renews itself completely within a certain time. At the cellular level, we are a new person every three months, this is the body's self-healing ability. 

In addition, the body is designed in such a way that it can keep itself in balance and regulate itself. As a result of which all processes in the body work together perfectly to keep you optimally in shape.

If the body is out of balance physically, emotionally or due to environmental factors and can no longer compensate, this will sooner or later manifest itself in complaints. 

The symptoms that the body give are often felt as more 'little pains', your weak spot or the well-known complaints that come up the surface again and again during periods of stress. These often manifest themselves in a different area than where the cause lies.

As a therapist or (para) medics it is important to look further than where the complaints manifest themselves. When a therapy looks at people not only locally but also globally, this is called a holistic approach.

The combination of regular physiotherapy, Cranio (sacral) therapy and Osteopathy gives me the opportunity to examine and treat the body in its totality. If you would like to learn more details about a specific therapy, please refer to treatments.

The different therapies that I apply are focused on what your body needs at that specific moment in order to move forward.

Holistische visie
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De therapeuten

The therapist

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My treatment methods continuous develops over the years and based on various courses and trainings that I attend to. My treatment method looks beyond the places where the complaints (symptoms) manifest themselves.

Since 2010 I am a qualified Physiotherapist and as of 2018 I am also a Cranio (sacral) therapist and from 2017 I am in training to become an Osteopath.

I regularly combine different techniques during a physiotherapy treatment. In this way I accomplish the best result for the person I treat, depending on what their individual needs are.

Deep insight into the complaint and the body is very valuable asset for recovery. If you know where complaints come from and how the complaint is possibly maintained, you will have more insight into what you can do yourself to support the body in its recovery.


  • Physiotherapy bachelor

  • Shoulder course Nexius

  • Reiki I course

  • Medical taping 

  • Whiplash specialism

  • Triggerpoint & dry needling 

  • Low backpain & nerve issues

  • Functional osteopathy (orthonomy) & integration (FOI) training

  • Edema therapy training & manual lymfe drainage

  • Fascia techniques 

  • Cranio sacrale therapy 

  • Cranio deepening "Attachment" issues

  • Cranio deepening 'Dialogica'

  • Cranio deepening 'The brain speaks 1'

  • Cranio deepening 'trauma regulation 1'

  • Training Osteopathy in progress

Rosan de Vogel


The whole of the moving functioning as a human being and the combination of body and mind are central to my treatments. As physiotherapists, we are trained to look at the human functioning and to analyze where the experienced complaints in the body come from. Over the years, with the experience I have gained in practice, the person behind the complaints has become increasingly central to me. Both physical problems can cause stress, but stress can also cause physical problems. For example, in my treatment I will always pay attention to the combination of both and together come up with a good treatment plan to help you get back on track in moving so that you can move again with pleasure and without pain!

In 2013 I graduated as a physiotherapist, after which I soon left to work abroad as a physiotherapist. In Ecuador I worked as a volunteer in the rural areas for half a year. Subsequently, I started to gain more experience as a physiotherapist in the Netherlands and after working in Ecuador for another year, I started the Manual Therapy course, which I completed in 2019.

In recent years, in addition to my master's degree, I have further specialized in the complexity of the shoulder area through various courses and as part of the Rijnland Shoulder Network for which I also regularly attend conferences. In addition, I have a special interest in the head / neck and jaw area for which I am further specializing through the CRAFTA training.


  • Physiotherapy bachelor

  • Manuel therapy 

  • Shoulder problems specialism

  • Jaw problems specialism, CRAFTA training

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