Moving Meditation workshop

To reconnect with your body, with yourself. In this workshop, participants strengthen their mind-body connection through a combination of dance, breathwork and kundalini yoga. People are by nature designed to feel, emotions are designed to flow. Gentle movements will guide participants to come home to your body. As humans, we're naturally wired to experience emotions. Movement is a powerful way to express and release them. After moving and breathing deep, all that is heavy might immediately feel lighter. This is a soft and gentle practice, open for every(body). No experience in dance nor yoga is required.

Clients: Horst arts & music festival, Gay Haze, 51N4E, FOMU Antwerp.


Online Class, Thursday 27 juli, 10h00 - 11h00 (or replay)

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Emotions, we can have a lot, we can have a little. But we all have them. People are by nature designed to feel, emotions are designed to flow. Like a messenger, they travel through our body, searching for a way out.
In this class we will explore the world of emotions, the science behind and how they translate in our bodies and lives.

You will learn ways to make emotions work for you, instead of against.

How often do we minimize our frustration, feel stuck with our sadness or swallow our anger? It’s important for one’s mental and physical well-being that emotions can flow through our body, so that there is space left for the joy and love to unfold. When emotions aren’t being processed, they might become louder or get stuck. Which is a pity, because they also carry so much beauty within. All emotions are valid and all are here to tell us something.

How we deal with emotions is different for every(body). In this class we will dive into our own Human Design Chart (everyone has a different energy chart). You will learn how your body is wired to process emotions, and how to distinguish your own emotions from those of the collective. Knowing what is your emotion and what belongs to someone else, is a first step in dealing with them. Is it yours to carry or not?

By learning about the nature of your emotions, you can build better relationships with both your own and those around you. It’s not so much about feeling good all the time, but feeling what is. Sometimes that’s lot’s of joy, other times irritation, sadness, anger or jealousy. All are okay, all are human.

In this class you will learn

  • The science behind emotions. What are they, and how do they show up in our bodies?
  • Ways to process and release emotions.
  • A human design perspective: discover how your own emotions are wired
  • (Breathing) exercises you can apply in your daily life

This class is the result of inner dance therapy, the books I read, knowledge my accupunturist shared with me, the Daily Rest studio practices and my own personal experience.

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Price: 33 euro’s

Thursday 27 juli 10h00 - 11h00
Replay available for 3 months

A personal note:

Emotions, we had the best of times, we had the worst of times. For a long time, the only thing I ever wanted was to be a super chill and zen person. Which was totally the opposite of how I was feeling inside.
Getting to know my body, and human design type (emotional manifestor) helped me accept my more challenging emotions. I’m designed to have highs and lows, and there is so much beauty in that. My best ideas are born in a low.

Emotions are basically just energy in motion. So feeling a lot is also a good thing, it means that there is so much energy to build from.

Experiencing all kinds of emotions, the highs and the lows, is part of my human existence. The waves will always be there, so I befriended them instead of pushing them away. Today, I have installed body practices and tools for myself, to help myself process my emotions so that they can flow out, so that there is room to create, chill and live. My emotions (all of them) bring so much beauty into my life, and I wouldn’t want to have it any other way.

This being human is a guest house.

Every morning a new arrival.
A joy, a depression, a meanness,
some momentary awareness comes
as an unexpected visitor.

Welcome and entertain them all!
Even if they are a crowd of sorrows,
who violently sweep your house
empty of its furniture,
still, treat each guest honorably.
He may be clearing you out
for some new delight.

The dark thought, the shame, the malice.
meet them at the door laughing and invite them in.

Be grateful for whatever comes.
because each has been sent
as a guide from beyond.

Jelaluddin Rumi