Director & Founder of Orassy Health
Konstantin Pavlidis was born in Sydney, Australia and graduated in 1985 from the Pedagogical Faculty of Sydney University with a major in biomechanical analysis of human movement. He also studied at the Sydney College for Continuing Education specializing in teaching sciences, maths and English language.
His therapeutic background was in the study of natural medicines from the Georgian, Chinese (TCM) Japanese (Kanpo), Indian (Ayurveda) and Tibetan/Mongolian traditions and other therapy modalities including Shiatsu, Acupuncture, Osteopathy, and Sports Injuries.
Konstantin is a Complementary Medical practitioner and Movement Master (4th Dan Shaolin, Qi Gung, Hung Kuen) who has worked in the fields of Wisdom Traditions, body and psychotherapy, traditional medicine, healing, scientific research and movement arts over the past four decades. He founded the Orassy Centre in 2008 and developed the Quantum Integrative Medical Platform in 2010.
His career as a therapist started from his own clinic that was established in Sydney in 1984 and after studying all the principles of the Oki-Do Yoga International School, he became a representative international teacher and therapist. He developed his own Therapy and Movement systems which he has taught in over 20 countries since 1988.
He became a Trulkhor Tibetan Yoga Master in 2016 after studying and teaching for 14 years with Lama Jampa Gyatso, lineage holder of international Tibetan Yoga Master, Kalu Rinpoche based in France.
He is a recognised alternative medical expert who wrote articles for Health, Wellness, Life State and Green Homes in the UK. Some of these include the Guardian, Mail on Sunday and various prestigious magazines and websites such as Amanda Holden, Dr Christian Jessen, Best of British and Lorainne Kelly.
He is also a Science researcher where he began with Biomechanical Analysis of Human Movement in 1984 at Sydney University. This moved into EEG research and Altered States of Consciousness (ASCs) in 1988 in London using conventional and alternative devices including Maxwell Cade’s Mind Mirror (co-working with Elizabeth St John). It then developed into Consciousness Studies from 1996 until now using devices such as the Nexus, SCIO, GDV, Timewaver, SACR, Stabilograph etc where he has travelled to and worked in more than 30 countries. He first travelled to Russia by the invitation of GDV founder Professor Konstantin Korotkov in 2006 and eventually expanded his activities to focus on developing courses for therapists, research of altered states of consciousness and rehabilitative techniques. From 2009 he developed a solid collaboration with Svetlana Nikandrova and Albert Krashenyuk through the Institute of Eniology as a leading teacher and therapist. He became a guest teacher in the Institute of Sports and Rehabilitative Medicine and a research fellow in Health Science with Professor Oleg Shelkov from the Federal Russian Institute of Scientific Research and Sport in 2010. He then began Epigenetic research in 2013 with Biomedical Professor Leonid Noskin from the St Petersburg Institute of Nuclear Physics to study the impact of Epigenetics on Psycho Mental, Emotional and Physical conditions. This then led to the signing of an official 5 year collaboration agreement between the Orassy Research Centre and the Moscow State Pedagogical University from 2016-2021. In 2016, he was appointed the status of Research Fellow and Professor of the Graduate School of Education and Cognitive Science, Moscow State Pedagogical University. This led to further research through EEG, HRV for Meditation with Alexander Kaplan, Water and Consciousness studies and the making of a film with Vladimir Voeikov both from the Lomonosov Moscow University.
In 2018, he worked with Professor Natsagdorj Damdinsuren from the Otoch Manramba Medical University in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia to create a Holistic Integrative Medicine course. This fuses Traditional Mongolian Medicine, Trulkhor Tibetan Yoga, Psychoethnogentics with Quantum Physics to develop the first and most comprehensive self- development course for health care professionals as part of their CPD.
Konstantin is now developing training courses for health care professionals in Medical Universities of India in collaboration with leading doctors and scientists there. This is based on the meeting point between Complementary, Alternative and Energy Medicine with Allopathy which is becoming very popular in recent years.