Sobre el Instituto de Formación Watsupath™
Watsupath™ Training Institute is today the only school of Watsu® and Aquatic Therapy in the world managed
by, and aimed at professionals of health, ensuring in its curriculum the same levels of excellence in all the
countries in its area of action.
In addition to professional certification in Watsu®, Watsupath™ provides educational programs in other forms of
therapy in water and on land, including Cranio Sacral Therapy in Water™, Aquatic Integration™, Waterness
Journey™, Halliwick® Therapy, Water Dance®, Healing Dance®, Shiatsu, First Aids, Anatomy, Physiology and
Biomechanics applied to Aquatic Therapy, Cranio Sacral therapy and Traditional Thai massage.
Approaching this high level of training to different countries in Europe, North America and South America,
Watsupath™ Training Institute offers
Watsupath™ is created by Elisa Muñoz white in 2007, after starting her Watsu® training in Asia. Develops a
connection network that soon became a platform of communication between professionals, teachers and
students, not only of Watsu®, but of all disciplines of aquatic bodywork known in those days.
The main activity as a physiotherapist developes in her hometown, Talavera de la Reina, and in several
facilities in Madrid. Her activity as a teacher, from Madrid, little by little, goes beyond borders…Hungary, United
Kingdom, Germany, Italy, United States, Argentina… combining several disciplines on land and in water to the
service of the patient and the student.
The term Watsupath™ is registered in July 2012 together with Cranio Sacral Therapy in Water™,
as a trade mark for advertising, management and business administration, concerning the establishment of
franchise business consulting services, sales, education, training, sports and cultural activities, and medical
In 2014 Watsupath™ Training Institute is created and added to the training institutes of the Worldwide Aquatic
Bodywork Registry, and its training programme is adapted to the requirements of the Continuing Education
Commission for Health Professions, accredited by the National Health System.