I am seeking my own wildness and harmony through contact with nature, which nourishes and teaches me. Intuitively, I create spaces for beauty and spontaneous creativity, inspiring participants in my workshops to joyfully express themselves. With great pleasure, I share positive energy, knowledge, and experience.
I am a certified dance therapist and art therapist, a trainer of my own bodywork method CatMove©, a yoga and relaxation teacher, a dancer, a writer, and a leader of numerous artistic workshops (including dance, vocal-movement, creative writing, and visual arts). I passionately create natural cosmetics at the Rose Manufacture. Nature therapy is close to my heart, and I often lead outdoor workshops, forest baths, and meditative walks. I work with people of all ages, including seniors.
For over a decade, I have been exploring various dance methods and bodywork practices, including Living Dance Form, 5 Rhythms, yoga, Contact Improvisation, Gaga, Body Mind Centering, Movement Medicine, and the Alexander Technique. I teach dance, yin yoga, my own CatMove method, creativity, holistic self-care, meditation, and relaxation on a daily basis. Nature therapy is close to my heart, and I often lead outdoor workshops, forest baths, and meditative walks. I work with people of all ages, including seniors.
CatMove is a holistic, proprietary bodywork method that uses dance and spontaneous movement. In this method, we learn from cats: how to cope in various life situations, follow our needs, have fun, stay relaxed, and effectively use our energetic resources in everyday life. The goal of the practice is your well-being.
The structure of the classes resembles a day in the life of a cat. There are seven components of CatMove that we explore in motion (and stillness): rest, stretch, nourishment, play, hunt, relationships, and balance. During the workshops, we discover and feel what it’s like to live and function from the perspective of a relaxed cat 😉
Do you need rest and relaxation through gentle movement?
Yin yoga is a gentle, relaxing form of yoga in which we work on fascia, joints, and deep tissues. Gentle, non-forced poses utilizing the force of gravity make the entire body more flexible and provide relief in case of tension and discomfort. When combined with breathing, relaxation, and meditation, Yin yoga can become your way to deepen body awareness, quiet the mind, and holistically care for yourself. You don’t need any prior preparation, and I will adjust all exercises to your abilities.
Wear comfortable clothes, bring water to drink, a scarf/blanket, and a meditation cushion if you like.