Later this month, as of Monday, March 30, 2015, Slavko Matanović and a group of colleagues, trained bioterhapists, will be performing biotherapy for the first time in Slavko’s native land of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Alem Hotel in Sarajevo will be the venue for Slavko’s team and numerous patients to be treated for four days in a row.
Last summer Slavko had a visit from the renowned TV host Aleksandar Stanković, of HTV popular show Sundays at 2, and his crew. They were interested in Slavko’s work as a biotherapist, as well as how does bioenergy work. The conversation between Aco and Slavko became one of many stories in the series Wind in the hair, broadcast
We can add Bulgaria to the list of countries that Slavko visited and where he performed therapy.
A number of television and radio crews visited us recently and filmed what we do. The word about biotherapy has obviously spread and the topic is generating a growing media interest. This is certainly good news for those who are struggling with a disease or condition, and so far have not had a chance to
Biotherapy is usually done in a group where each patient is treated individually. In exceptional circumstances, when a patient is unable to travel to the therapist, it can be performed remotely, using photos.
We received a letter and that described the experience of one of Slavko’s patients who was successfully treated by remote biotherapy. It was from a beautiful place, with even more beautiful lakes – Baćine near Ploče.