“I truly believe that our body is the most marvellous living machine. It deserves our best possible care and should be our most important investment”

Daniel Schwager - CNHC, MRSS, MAcuC

Growing up in Switzerland, I have always enjoyed a very active outdoor lifestyle, playing a wide range of summer and winter sports at a competitive level, which resulted in numerous sports injuries. It was through receiving considerable rehabilitation treatment for my own injuries that sparked my interest in western forms of physical therapy.


In my 20’s, during my years travelling and living in Asia, I was introduced to Traditional Oriental Medicine and its holistic approaches to understanding health. This inspired me to train in Eastern methods of bodywork and healing arts, including Chinese and Japanese Acupuncture, Shiatsu, Reiki, Yoga and Meditation.


My training as a Manual Soft Tissue Therapist began in Switzerland in 1994. I was lucky to bring my talent and sensitivity for touch into the study of Remedial Massage, engaging in the study of Swedish, Sports and Deep Tissue Massage in 1995.

In 1996/97 I studied an advanced level of training in Soft Tissue Therapy, learning manipulative techniques for the hands-on rehabilitation of sports injuries in London.


In 1999 I qualified from a 3-year training course in Shiatsu, a Japanese form of acupressure bodywork based on the concept of Traditional Oriental Medicine and it’s way to treat body and mind.

I followed this up with a postgraduate Shiatsu study in London and Zurich, studied with some of the most experienced teachers in this field and took a teachers training course with the European Shiatsu School in 2000/02. 

This eventually led me into the study of Traditional Japanese Acupuncture and TCM or Chinese Acupuncture.


In 1998 I graduated from the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre in India as a Yoga Teacher and I continually develops my practice and teaching using different styles and techniques of yoga and pilates.

Clinical Experience

I currently practice from my clinic at KUER Physio Harley Street in Marylebone in central London/W1.


Between 1999 and 2022 I was based at Natureworks, a dance centre in Mayfair/W1, working with dancers and clients from all walks of live.

Over the years I have gained valuable experience working in a Yoga Studio Breeze Yoga in Beckenham 2012-19, an Osteopathic Clinic VC Health Practice in Marylebone/W1 2013-16, a Pilates Studio Garuda in St John's Wood 2008-12 and at the Nelsons Homeopathic Pharmacy Clinic in Mayfair/W1 between 2006-09.


I have been working with media and finance corporate companies (such as BMW Park Lane and People's News) and publishing companies (including Walkers Books and Random House).


I have many years of experience of working with survivors of torture (Medical Foundation for the care of victims of torture) and people recovering from substance misuse (Milton House) and general health problems in Switzerland and London since 1994.


I am a registered practitioner of the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), which is the register of the United Kingdom Government’s regulatory body for Complementary Health and is recognised by the National Health Service.


I am also a member of the Register of the Shiatsu Society UK (M.R.S.S) and the Acupuncture-Acutherapy Council (MAcuC).


In order to be a registered member of those regulatory and professional bodies, I have to meet the minimum standards of qualification and have signed up to a rigorous Code of Conduct.

Personal and professional commitments

I am committed to continue my professional studies and develop my skills to treat clients at the highest professional level and to ensure I provides a high quality service.


I regularly practices yoga and Pilates, receive treatments and I am committed to my own healthy lifestyle, which keeps me fit and balanced.

Harley Street Physiotherapy Clinic

3rd Floor,

25 Wimpole Street,




Nearest Tube stations

Bond Street, Oxford Street, Baker Street, Regent's Park and Great Portland Street


Tuesday  10.00 - 19.00

Thursday 10.00 - 19.00

Call or text Daniel:

+44 07932 671 463

Member of the Register