ABOUT ELISA MUÑOZ BLANCO
Elisa Muñoz Blanco. Physioterapist N. CLM 571
Physioterapist. Master Degree in Pediatrics. Member of Spanish Association of Pediatric Physiotherapy. Professor at Postdegree Expert in Aquatic Therapy of Rey Juan Carlos University.
Expert in Osteopathy, Craniomandibular Disorders and Orofacial Pain, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Myofascial Release®, Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Traditional Thai Massage.
Certified Watsu® 1 Instructor. CranioSacral Therapy in Water™ Creator and Instructor. WatsuPath™ Training Institute Founder and Director. Member of Science and Research Committee of Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association.
8 years of teaching experience, 17 years of clinical practice. Co-author of the book “Aquatic Therapy: Approaches from the Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy in the aquatic media”.
WatsuPath™ – CST in Water™ is a registered service mark of Elisa Muñoz Blanco.
Cellular: +34 635 42 88 16
Elisa is a Graduated in Physiotherapy from the Universidad Europea de Madrid. She studied the Expert diploma in Craniomandibular Disorders and Orofacial Pain in Pamplona, the Postdegree diploma in Manual Lymphatic Drainage in Austria, and later integrated Cranio-Sacral Therapy and SomatoEmocional Release® into her clinical practice. A journey through Europe, Asia and Oceania allowed her to complete her Traditional Thai Massage studies, and to begin her Watsu® training path.
Back to Spain she specialized in Osteopathy and Myofascial Release® by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and created CranioSacral Therapy in Water™, method that applies and teaches today at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid and other therapeutic pools in Spain, as well as in several European countries and the Americas. She is co-author of the book “Aquatic Therapy: Approaches from the Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy in the aquatic media”, first book in Spanish with a 100% therapeutic approach. In 2014 founds and starts leading Watsupath™ Training Institute, collaborating with a team of therapeutic centers, practitioners and clinical prestigious teachers. The synthesis and integration of this path, and her constant and persistent pursuit of personal and professional development, nourishes the relationship with each patient, each student and each colleague.
In 2015, she focuses on aquatic therapy for Cerebral Palsy kids at a special needs school, and in 2017 completes her Master degree in Pediatrics.
Today she is Member of Spanish Association of Pediatric Physiotherapy and Member of Science and Research Committee of Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association.