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For me, the term holistic means

that I want to perceive the person as a whole and not treating a symptom or a complex of symptoms. The energetic state, specific psychological and physical complaints are taken into account just as the private, professional and social situation.

In my holistic treatment approach,

I use psychiatric-psychotherapeutic, neurological and general medical insights. But I also access my experience in traditional Chinese medicine, shamanic-Indian healing methods, body therapy and body-mind integration. Regulatory medical methods and treatments from space medicine are also used.

Healing as Art

Healing, or accompanying people on their individual path to healing, has always been considered an "art". It requires a very individual approach and a lot of experience, as it is still practiced in traditional Chinese medicine today.

Art for Healing

Various art forms such as music, singing, dancing, painting, design and sculpturing are now part of the overall treatment concept in many clinics and are also offered on an outpatient basis - not only in the case of mental illness. Dealing with art in a therapeutic context includes several levels. Previously neglected or unaware "talents" for activating resources and increasing self-confidence are revived. Access to the world of feelings and their expression is possible - independent of the spoken word - more directly and without mental filters. This can open up new perspectives, prospects and insights about the self intuitively and spontaneously.

Information about insurance

I settle the psychiatric-psychotherapeutic treatments with the mandatory health insurance companies. I issue invoices for medicines that are not paid for by health insurance and for regulatory medical procedures. These can be submitted to the insurance company by the insured person themselves if they have supplementary insurance. Private insurance cannot guarantee that the costs will be covered.

Appointments can be made by phone or email.

Dr. med. Emma Lockar

I was born in 1964 in Wolfsberg / Austria.

After graduating from high school in 1982, I studied

human medicine at the University of Graz and at the University of Vienna. I completed this in 2003 after several stays abroad, minor studies, further education and self-employment. During this time I studied psychology, philosophy and economics at the Universities of Graz and Vienna as well as at the Fernuniversität Hagen. My further education enabled me to study in France, Italy, India, the USA, Mexico and Guatemala.

After completing my doctorate,

I completed my practical training as a general practitioner in Wegscheid Hospital (DTL), Mackay Base Hospital Queensland (Australia) and the Klagenfurt State Hospital (AT) until 2007. As an assistant in the research and development laboratory of Prof. Dipl. Ing. Tibor Nagypál, I then gained experience in the field of laser therapy procedures and regulatory medicine.

I began my specialist training in neurology and psychiatry

in 2008. From 2008 to 2011 I worked as a ward and assistant physician in the rehabilitation for neurology and orthopedics clinic Bad Pirawarth (AT), from 2011 to 2012 as an assistant physician in the neurological university hospital Inselspital Bern, from 2013 to 2016 as an assistant physician and deputy senior physician in the private clinic Meiringen, clinic for psychiatry and psychotherapy and from 2017 to 2018 as an assistant physician in the social psychiatric service of the canton of Schwyz.

I passed my specialist exam in neurology in November 2014 and in 2018, I successfully completed my specialist training in psychiatry. I am a specialist in psychiatry and psychotherapy, a general practitioner and specialist in neurology.

I completed numerous trainings

and further education courses in a university as well as non-university context. Some of my most important and groundbreaking ones are my psychotherapy training at the C.G. Jung Institute Küsnacht, my further education in the field of humanistic psychology, personality and consciousness development, body therapy, traditional Chinese medicine and a shamanic qualification (Deer Tribe Metis Medicine Society).

In addition to my work as a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, I am currently dedicating myself to holistic medical issues such as the importance of psychological and biological conflicts in the development of physical symptoms and diseases and, as an instructor of the Wim Hof ​​Method (WHM)©, with the positive effects of this method on mental and physical health. Furthermore, I am again increasingly engaged in the healing effect of rituals and ceremonies in and with nature, in order to bring the loving treatment of nature and our own naturalness back into consciousness.

I have been working in my own practice as a psychiatrist and psychotherapist since 2018. In addition, I offer meditations, the Wim Hof Method (WHM)© as well as diagnostic methods and therapeutic treatments from space medicine.

Since 2023 I have been offering advice on life and professional topics, as well as seminars for companies on request.

Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

The doctor's art is to keep the patients happy until nature has healed them.

Every person has the ability to heal

their ailments causally. As a physician, I see my task as aiding people who consult me to become aware of this ability, and using my knowledge and experience to support them in their individual healing process in the best possible way.

I accompany people

with diseases of the entire psychiatric field. These include, in particular, patients who are treated primarily with psychotherapy. In addition, I prescribe psychotropic drugs, phytotherapeutics and dietary supplements if necessary.

My psychotherapeutic orientation

is analytical respectively depth psychological according to C.G. Young. I am also trained in body psychotherapy according to Wilhelm Reich, Alexander Lowen and Jack Painter. I am also familiar with gestalt therapy and behavioral therapy approaches as well as techniques of neurolinguistic programming.

My understanding of my role as a psychotherapist

is illustrated by the following statement by C.G. Jung:

As you will have noticed, I initially presented the dialectical process as the latest phase in the development of psychotherapy. I must now correct myself here and put this procedure in its proper place: it is not a mere development of earlier theories and practices, but rather a complete abandonment of those in favour of an attitude that is as unprejudiced as possible. In other words: The therapist is no longer the acting subject, but a co-experiencer of an individual development process.

C.G. Jung, 1935, from a lecture at the Medical Society in Zurich


Meditation is the only answer to all the questions of man,
it may be frustration, it may be depression, it may be sadness,
it may be meaninglessness; it may be anguish;
the problems may be many, but the answer is one.
Meditation is the answer.

Osho's teachings defy any kind of categorization,

they range from the personal search for meaning to the most pressing social and political issues facing the world today. A common thread running through all aspects of Osho's work is a vision of merging the timeless wisdom of the East with the highest potential of Western science and technology. Above all, his revolutionary approaches to the science of inner transformation have made Osho famous. His innovative "active meditations" are based on the idea that the stress accumulated in body and mind must first be released in order to experience a meditative state free of thoughts and relaxed.

From The Chakra Book

I offer the following active meditations by Osho:

Dynamic Meditation

This meditation is a fast, intense, and thorough method to break through old, ingrained physical and mental patterns that bind you to the past, to experience the freedom, witnessing, stillness, and peace that hide behind the walls of this prison. The best time for this meditation is early morning because then all nature comes alive, the dark night is over, the sun rises and everything becomes conscious and awake.

Kundalini Meditation

This related meditation of the Dynamic Meditation is best done at sunset or in the late afternoon. In the first two phases, total immersion in the shaking and dancing melts all rigid attachments in your being - wherever the flow of energy has been suppressed and blocked. The released energy can flow and dance freely again and is transformed into joy and bliss. In the two final phases, all this energy can flow vertically upwards, into stillness. This meditation is extremely effective for releasing tension at the end of the day and experiencing a deep release.

Mandala Meditation

Third Eye Meditation. Every circle has a center. The first three phases of this powerful cathartic technique create an energy circuit that supports centering in the navel. The fourth phase is deep relaxation.

Nataraj Meditation (Dance Meditation)

Nataraj is the energy of dance. It is total dancing as meditation, where all internal divisions disappear, leaving a delicate relaxed awareness. In dance as a meditation, you must not be the "dancer" but simply the dancing. Once the dancer is the focus, the dance is destroyed. When the «seeker» intervenes, the time-oriented «doer», then the movement is separated from being, the dance is only on the surface, but you yourself are somewhere else.

You can do these meditations by yourself,

but at the beginning it is very helpful to practice them together with others (see dates). It's all about your individual experience, thus forget about everyone else around you.
It takes time - at least three weeks to get a feeling for it and three months to enter another world. But that is not necessarily the case, it depends very much on the individual. If you approach it with great intensity, it is also possible in three days. The meditations should be performed to the specially composed music for the respective OSHO meditation, as it indicates the different phases and supports them energetically.

From The Blue Meditation Book

All tools and methods are for the sole purpose of bringing you into the presence more intensely and letting you forget the past and future. Every movement of the body and mind can serve as a springboard for this - and the emphasis is on the leap into the here and now.


The Wim Hof Method (WHM)©

The power of WHM© lies in the combination of the three pillars:

  • Breathing - Techniques to increase the energy level and focus the mind
  • Cold Therapy - Safe, controlled exercises to strengthen the cardiovascular system
  • Mindset and commitment - Strengthening of willpower, perception and inner clarity
Exercises to increase mobility and flexibility,

such as yoga exercises, round off the overall program. With committed and consistent practice, the positive effects are manifold. These include increasing energy, improving sleep quality and mood, reducing stress and inflammation, increasing performance, faster recovery after physical exertion, increased focus and determination, strengthening willpower and the immune system, alleviating autoimmune diseases, normalizing body weight , serenity and joie de vivre.

As a certified WHM© instructor

, I am authorized to teach this method and offer half-day and full-day seminars specifically for WHM© upon request.

Space Medicine

If interested, I use diagnostic and therapeutic methods from space medicine.

These are regulatory medical procedures

that are primarily based on the findings of modern quantum physics and frequency medicine. With this, the overall energetic condition, the status of hormones, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, etc, the interaction of sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, as well as the stress level on the body and the psyche can be recorded and balanced at the same time.

Schuhmann 3D plate

The Schumann 3D plate is an oval plate (approx. 80 cm) that is used standing or lying in a prone or supine position. The plate vibrates at a frequency of 7.83 Hertz. This frequency corresponds to the basic resonance frequency in our living space and was determined by the physicist W.O. Schumann calculated for the first time in 1952. It also corresponds to the brain frequency in the relaxed waking state such as just before falling asleep, just before waking up or during meditation (alpha state or alpha waves of the brain (between 7.8 and 13 Hertz) and vibration of the pineal gland). The Schumann 3D plate transmits a sinusoidal, soft, 3-dimensionally defined, clockwise rotation to the entire body. On the one hand, this leads to a relaxation of the fascia and, on the other hand, to a strengthening of deep-lying muscles. The organ functions are stimulated, the general physical condition improves.


SCIO (Scientific Consciousness Interface Operations System) is a diagnostic-therapeutic bioresonance method developed by Prof. Bill Nelson. The diagnostic principle is a database comparison of the biological natural frequency and vibration spectra of organs, tissues and cells. The therapeutic principle is the generation of modified electromagnetic waves according to the diagnosis and feeding-in via magnetic impulses. Furthermore, remote therapy by using quantum entanglement is possible through the subatomic level (quantum world). Quantum entanglement, according to the Austrian researcher and Nobel Prize winner for physics Erwin Schrödinger, is the essence of quantum mechanics and also the basic principle for information science. After initial calibration of the SCIO, by means of current measurement of the body cells, and having once contact with the body compartments and in particular with the DNA of the subject, the photons, electrons and protons are entangled between the proband and the software of the device, and thus further treatment is possible at any time from any location is possible via remote therapy.

Interesting and recommendable lectures

by Prof.* Dr. nauk* Dr. medical Enrico Edinger (*VEKK Moskau) on YouTube


Appointments can be made by phone or email.

Arriving by public transportion

from Lucerne train station, take bus line 6 (direction Büttenenhalde) or 8 (direction Würzenbach) to the Brüelstrasse stop, or take the train to the Verkehrshaus, exit heading out of town. At the roundabout in the direction of Würzenbach, go under the railway underpass and keep to the right. 3rd building direction out of town (after the Romerohaus).

Arriving by car

from Lucerne: After the Verkehrshaus, first roundabout in the direction of Würzenbach, after the railway underpass, keep right at the second roundabout to the house at Kreuzbuchstrasse 46.

Coming from Küssnacht: In Meggen, turn right at the first traffic light into Kreuzbuchstrasse (direction Golf Meggen, Klinik Meggen). Follow the road, house 46 is on the left.

Parking: There is a small car park between Haus Kreuzbuchstrasse 44 (Romerohaus) and Kreuzbuchstrasse 46. Numbers 5 and 6 are available for visitors to the Heilkunst practice.

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Kreuzbuchstrasse 46
6006 Luzern