Anna Vonnemann studied biology and is a painter. For many years she worked as an illustrator and consultant for medical drawings for companies such as Johnson&Johnson, Beiersdorf, Waldemar Link and Thieme Verlag. After her two-year-old daughter, Dindia Gutmann, was diagnosed with "hemiparesis" after a stroke, she began to deal with this topic and developed a therapy program together for her daughter. This consists on the one hand of a special gait training and on the other hand of a biofeedback device which imitates the control mechanism of the movement control and is used to improve the disturbed proprioception of the hemiparesis patient. She now has 27 years of personal experience with hemiparesis. In 2014, she founded ReMoD to advance the experience and success she has gained with her daughter and make it available to others.