He studied psychology in Switzerland and England, where he also refined his psychic skills. He worked as the youngest editor for the Swiss television network and as personnel manager of a large communication company.
After several years of studying with the Danish healer Bob Moore, Manuel started his own work as an energetic therapist in 1971. He was the co-founder of the Analytic Centre in Zurich and in 1974 he founded the HiHo-Collective, an anti-psychiatric institution which was well known at that time.
Manuel’s style of teaching was both practical and very simple—ideally suited for twenty-first-century life. He taught classes at the University of Zurich on “Bridging Science and Spirituality.” Manuel developed Time Therapy, about which he gave international talks, workshops, and training programs, and he was the director of the Tune-In Centre for Time Therapy based in Zurich, London, and Athens, which he founded in 1984.
Manuel Schoch died in October 2008.