I went for a week 2 weeks ago. I think it is a worthwhile trip. It is non-profit and even Alex who seems to be the leading figure works as a volunteer. The physios are paid by the session I think. Thye give u physical therapy in the morning for an hour and a half , then you do what you want (it is located in a spa) till abot 4pm when u have a talk from the Rellaxation person or Nutrition guy etc:
Plus ppoints include good price, mountains all around (though area is quite urban), close to airports(bus and rail links), the pTherapy is based on theory of Neuroplasticity and they analyse your issues and come up with exercises u need to do, the PTs were really good, the other sessions cover a multi-facted approach that we dont get on the NHS .
Negative pts ... not too many , not everyone speaks English (which isnt too much of a problem as the others translate) tricky if u have Italian and English speakers in same class but we got round it ok, the centre is currently being refurb'd so we used local gym and hotel, not all the sessions came with fotocopied notes , could do with a feedback process .
In summary its a brave enterprise that gives insights into the things you can do apart from drugs and its pretty unique in Europe ... so I'm glad I went !
Andy (aka Ojalahey)