Motion Bond Technique®

I am introducing a new method called Motion Bond Technique® (MBT), which I have been developing for several years. Together with physiotherapist Daniela Dvorská, we are bringing this method into practice and beginning to conduct the first scientific research studies to confirm its effectiveness and efficacy.

We are drawing from psychological theories of attachment, polyvagal theory, neuro-linguistic programming, and a physiotherapeutic method focused on dynamic neuromuscular stabilization and developmental kinesiology. 

Research shows that our early attachment patterns affect our entire lives. According to attachment theory, which forms in the first years of life, we build ways of relating to other people. These patterns are based on the desire for closeness, the need for survival, and simultaneously the need for exploration. Interestingly, the way we explore the world is also reflected in our movement patterns—from rolling over to sitting, crawling, and walking. This process of discovery not only shapes our social interactions but also how we perceive and react to the world around us.

Experts behind the program

Our methods are the result of a direct connection between theory and practical application and are designed to support healing at every level of being. Join our program and experience the transformational process that will enable you to return to yourself and renew your inner world.

Dr. Ivana Čergeťová: As an experienced psychologist, NLP coach, and attachment-based-therapist, I use my deep insights from psychological counselling and academic research to help participants understand and change their bonding patterns.

Mgr. Daniela Dvorská: As a physiotherapist and freediver, she applies her expertise to support the physical aspect of the healing process, emphasizing the importance of stabilization and harmony of the body and mind, respiratory system, and regeneration in the process of improving movement.

How do we work?

In our experiential program 'Reparenting', we work through these basic concepts across four phases: 

  1. Exploration in movement - where we learn to perceive and understand our body and movement. 
  2. Breaking through resistance and fear - we confront internal barriers that prevent us from full movement and self-expression. 

  3. Psychological reflection and introspection - we consider the impact of these movement patterns on our psychological states and how these states influence our daily interactions and decisions. 

  4. Physiotherapeutic explanation and correction - we aim to understand and correct movement patterns that are ineffective or dysfunctional, thereby promoting healthier and more harmonious physical and psychological development.

A client's movement is not always correct, because it is a learning process. It is important to demonstrate not only what is correct, but also what appears to be erroneous or problematic. In such moments, when emotions are present, that movement can be a source of support or a barrier. For instance, a feeling of instability or inability to activate muscles may indicate the need for more attention to certain areas. In physiotherapy, there is no need to strive for absolutely perfect movement right from the start. Each individual is unique, and quick attempts to change can lead to pain or further movement imbalances and compensations.

Here is a demonstration of my personal work, where you can see how we apply these concepts in practice. Join us and discover how you can transform your life through a better understanding of your psyche and body.

This video focuses on the first phase of our approach, where participants begin with physical exploration, exploring movements and the environment. We demonstrate how, through various exercises based on developmental kinesiology, they discover their physical boundaries and reactions, which is crucial for a deeper understanding of their bodies and emotional states or blocks.

The second video is dedicated to overcoming personal barriers and fears (limits and defence mechanisms) that manifest in movement. During the training, we highlight techniques and exercises that help participants recognize and release internal resistance, paving the way for emotional freedom.

The third video focuses on the process of psychological reflection and introspection. We explain how participants can analyze and reflect on the experiences gained from physical exploration and overcoming barriers with psychological support. This allows for deeper internal insight and personal growth. They look for similarities and themes that link experiences with movement to their life themes, personality traits, or current situations. 

In the video, you can see and hear how I reflect on connecting my experiences with early hospitalization (at age 3) and the necessity of becoming independent. At the same time, I name the desire to remain playful, which appears in my attachment patterns and the tendency to enter relationships with men who exhibit this quality.

The last video covers the physiotherapeutic aspect of our method. The physiotherapist explains why a faulty pattern occurred and how to work with it. We introduce approaches and techniques for correcting movement and neuromuscular patterns that are ineffective or dysfunctional and show how these changes contribute to overall mental well-being and health.

Summary of Programs

Explore our diverse range of programs designed to support your personal and professional growth:

  1. Reparenting Programme — Deep Healing Journey: An 8-day intensive retreat focused on emotional healing and relationship improvement using developmental kinesiology techniques.

  2. Couple Balance Programme: Strengthen your relationship through a comprehensive 8-day retreat that combines therapeutic techniques for couples.

  3. Personal Growth Path: A multidisciplinary therapy program with 10 individual session packages (5 with a psychologist and 5 with a physiotherapist) to foster holistic personal development.

  4. Professional Certification Programme: An 2-year advanced training program for therapists, including 10 bi-monthly 2-day sessions to gain certification in therapeutic techniques.