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NATURAL STRENGTH, DANCE &
MOVEMENT FLOW

"Dance is the hidden language of the soul." (Martha Graham)

For me, dance and movement is not the unwinding of techniques, the stringing together of show effects or the demonstration of the maximum flexibility of the body. No. For me, dance means moving naturally in a healthy body, feeling your body, your emotions and mindfully surrendering and letting go.

 I just wish this feeling and awareness for you!

So, what are you waiting for?

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When: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12:30 - 13:00

Where: Online (You'll receive the link with your signing up of the newsletter)

The idea: Why waiting until after you've finished your workday and not do something good for your back and yourself during your lunch break? Together we will release your blockages and tension and create a feeling of suppleness and harmony in your body! So get out of your head and into your body!

Your success with regular participation:​​

  • Mobility throughout your body

  • Say goodbye to blockages and tension 

  • Suppleness and harmony in your body

  • Access to your natural variety of movement, your dance

  • Feeling good in your body

 

Rest assured, you don't need any prior dance knowledge. Dance and movement are YOU. Just have fun!

Some things just work really well online:

Online: Movement Flow - Lunch Break

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When: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 18:00 - 19:00

Where: Online (You'll receive the link with your signing up of the newsletter)

The Idea: Do you want natural strength and suppleness in your body at the same time? "Natural Strength & Movement Flow" is a combination of holistic body training in connection with flowing dance movements. The class is a combination of Pilates, Yoga, dance training & Movement Flow.

Your success with regular participation:

  • Strength and mobility of the entire body, especially with focus on the back, shoulders and loin

  • Suppleness and harmony in your body

  • More upright posture, charisma & presence (goodbye cellphone/laptop neck)

  • Access to your natural variety of movement, your dance

  • Feeling good in your body

 

Rest assured, you don't need any prior dance knowledge. Dance and movement are YOU. Just have fun!

Some things just work really well online:

Online: Natural Strength & Movement Flow 

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And other things just work ONLY LIVE! And that's damn good!

LIVE: Dance. Individuality & Expression (in preparation)
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NATURAL STRENGTH, DANCE &
MOVEMENT FLOW

That's how you're in!

1. Sign up for my weekly newsletter.
2. You will receive an email with the links for the coming week by Sunday evening.
3. No pre-registration necessary, just be in the online call 5 minutes beforehand.
4. You can pay before or after your participation or once a month -
what it's worth to you.




 

Maximal Flexibility

No contract, no subscription, no pre-registration

Fair Value for money

Pay what it's worth to you, how and when you want

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I'm looking forward to seeing you!

Finally, one or two sentences about me:

I myself have done a lot of sport since childhood and would have described myself as an active person. But it was only during my training as a dance teacher that I noticed on my own body what it means to really have body awareness, to walk upright through life and to feel suppleness and emtions in my body and movements.

For me, dance and movement is not the unwinding of techniques, the stringing together of show effects or the demonstration of the maximum flexibility of the body. No. For me, dance means moving naturally in a healthy body, feeling your body and emotions and mindfully surrendering and letting go.

My own dance style develops daily and has been shaped by the Martha Graham Technique, Gaga Technique and Immo Buhl Technique. But in the end it's just my dance. Honest, authentic and with emotions.

Questions?
Contact me!

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0049 (0)151-10659302

"Die Einfachheit, die Natürlichkeit der Bewegung fördert die Harmonie des Körpers und des Seins.”

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