“Movement has the capacity to take us to the home of the soul, the world within for which we have no name. Movement reaches our deepest nature, and dance creatively expresses it. Through dance, we gain new insights into the mystery of our lives.”
– Anna Halprin
To me, movement means...
...to be alive and to heal, whether through dancing, practising yoga or while dwelling in nature. A new perspective reveals itself in the movement, which helps me to move on in order to better understand and accept myself (my subjective reality) each time a bit more.
As an anthropologist, holistic dance and yoga teacher, I follow my passion for meeting people in different ways – verbally and non-verbally – and accompanying them on their individual journeys.
The biggest gift in my work is witnessing the magic of people opening up and transforming through being in movement and becoming aware of their inner selves.
The intention of my work is to offer people different approaches with which to find connection with themselves, with other people, with nature and with the bigger picture. In this spirit it is also important for me to collaborate with other people, institutions and associations, which offer similar or complementary approaches, in order to learn from each other and to enrich each other's work.
I currently collaborate with the following partners:
Jagati – Association for the promotion, research and creation of creative forms of dance and movement, self-experience and body awareness
USI Graz – University Sports Institute
USI Vienna – University Sports Institute
Casale Pundarika – Seminar Centre in Tuskany, Italy
Ben Croker – My partner and co-teacher
Iris Amschl - midwife
Zita Martus - sound and music therapist
Andrea Hufnagl & Pablo Bertone - musicians
I am open for new collaborations, please contact me to discuss how we can work together.