Born 1947. Graduated as a physician in 1973 and received a PHD (specializing in movement sense and fascia) from Maastricht University in the Netherlands in 1988. From 1973-2012 active as associate university professor in human anatomy and embryology. From 1990 founder and leader of the project Dynamension with the objective of spreading understanding of the human embryo based on phenomenological approach. Publishes and gives courses on The Embryo in Us, also called Embryo in Motion: about mind and body, connection between spirituality and science. In addition, specializes in the phenomenology of fascia.