Zdenko Domančić - Creator of the Method
Zdenko Domančić (Doe-MAAN-cheech) was born in the coastal city of Zadar, in what was then the country of Yugoslavia (now Croatia), and spent his youth on the island of Ugljan. He studied electrical engineering and, at an early age learned about BioEnergy, through his practice of, and interest in the martial arts.
Searching for more knowledge about BioEnergy, he traveled extensively, finally settling into a research program in the former Soviet Union. There he participated in scientific discoveries at several of their institutes that conducted studies on the effects of BioEnergy on the human biofield and health of living organisms.
From his research, realizing the potential for helping humanity and for extraordinary healing results, Mr. Domančić returned home to Yugoslavia and created “Biotherapy according to the Method of Zdenko Domančić” more than 35 years ago. Since that time, he has refined his techniques, stripping away any unnecessary processes or movements, reducing them to the ten protocols that he currently practices and teaches in his clinic, located in Bled, Slovenia. Today, the Domančić Center is possibly the largest of its kind in the western world. Along with his therapists, Mr. Domančić sees some 150 people a week, with a waiting list of several months for an appointment. To date, he has helped hundreds of thousands of people from all walks of life. As the phenomenon grows and becomes available outside of Europe, his students now include many scientists, medical doctors, nurses, veterinarians and ordinary people from all over the world.
Mr. Domančić continues to be available to science and research programs with a focus of enlarging the database of scientific proof of what he has known and practiced for years. To this end, he has participated in research studies on AIDS at Stanford University during the early eighties and has more recently collaborated with the scientists in the Jozef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In the spring of 2007, his method was used, with remarkable results, for cancer research at the Institute for Oncology in Ljubljana, Slovenia.