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Sat, Nov 12


In Balance Rehabilitation Center

Easytape training

This course includes a short theoretical introduction, demonstrations of the different techniques of use, practical applications on the main joints (shoulder, knee, ankle, lumbar, neck and elbow).

Easytape training
Easytape training

Time & Location

Nov 12, 2022, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

In Balance Rehabilitation Center, Rue de Couvaloup 24, 1110 Morges, Switzerland

About the event

The course will be given by Didier Simon, HES graduate, Easytape Instructor since 2009.


Independent at Physio Active in La Chaux-de-Fonds since 1993, his activity extends from the Swiss Snowboard team to a member of the Swiss Olympic medical Team at the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, as well as the Tour de France cyclist Vini Caldirola and physical trainer in various individual sports. 


Course content: 1 course material, 2 rolls of tape per person, 1 certificate


Course price:

200 chf

Maximum number of participants:  

16 people

Course Duration:  

8 hours


A revolution in the field of functional taping.  

The Easytaping method is based on the principles of physiotherapy, osteopathy and manual therapy. Its use combines neuroreflex facilitation with myofacial control. The result: accelerated functional reconstruction thanks to the improvement of mechanical functions and the reduction of pain.


Moving faster. Injuries, chronic pain, or inflammation cause increased intra-tissue pressure, pain, and reflex adaptation of fascia and musculature. These various consequences induce a loss of function. Using Easytaping techniques, it will be determined by testing which type of tape application should be used. A decrease in pain and improved mobility are immediately noted after the application of the tape.


Acceleration of the healing process. Edema, tension in the tissue, as well as pain impede blood circulation; the healing process is slowed down.

Easytape promotes lymphatic circulation and freedom of movement, thus the healing process is stimulated. Absences from work can then be significantly reduced.



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