Body-oriented therapy is based on a holistic approach. That means that the body symbolizes the whole person, whereby body and mind form one whole. The idea is that the body, thoughts, emotions and feelings are interrelated. Body-oriented therapy can be used for physical, mental or emotional problems, such as stress or burnout, depressive or anxious symptoms or lack of self-confidence. During the therapy, massage techniques and breathing or mindfulness exercises are used in addition to the conversations.