Saskia Bolay is of Philipine-Swiss nationality, and grew up in Africa.
She pursued her studies in Biotechnology in Switzerland, and worked in the field of medical diagnostics (CHUV Lausanne) and research (University of Lausanne).
The feeling that an essential element is missing in her understanding of the human being lead her to take interest in the holistic vision (body and mind) of traditional oriental medicine. She followed a first training in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), at the Shao Yang Institute of Lausanne with Pr Ma Fan, which she completed with a post-degree course on pathologies of the psychic dimension, with Dr Yair Maimon in Amsterdam.
In 2015, during a trip to Japan, she discovered the art of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture with Edward Obaidey. She is passionate about this refined therapeutic system, based on meridian therapy, and the use of very fine acupuncture needles, inserted superficially on the skin.
Her emphasis on the importance of child care has inspired her to undertake training in pediatric acupuncture. She is presently learning further gentle needling techniques to make acupuncture sessions more comfortable for her patients.
Her training and professional experience provide a global vision of the human body.
Her focus on the unique virtue of every patient offers comprehensive solutions to health and wellbeing.