When I started my professional life as a multi-faceted visual artist (creating animation films and illustration projects), I was excited but fairly quickly realized that I was missing a more physical part of myself in my daily life. The pressure I was experiencing as an artist brought me to a full stop when I injured my shoulder trying to make the ends meet during movie production.
This forced stop brought me to start a long journey into discovering bodywork and somatic practices in order to heal my shoulder and my general state of stress.
This search for personal development brought me to observe how beings are generally more in tune with themselves and the world around them when they choose to give attention to their bodies.
This ground-breaking revelation led me to become in my mid-20s a free-form movement facilitator and later on to study the work of Avi Grinberg and become a practitioner of the Grinberg Method.
Looking back at it all: maybe it is all of the health troubles I met throughout my life, maybe it is the creative life in pursuit of self-expression that I chose to follow early on, maybe it is the limitations I met around me or maybe it is my ever-lasting will and curiosity... that brought me here today in offering my learnings to my peers through my work and being.
Today, I feel freer and more powerful than ever, happy to share my vision with the world in sessions or in my art.
My wish is for us all to find trust in ourselves and grow into strong individuals, in charge of their experience and in touch with their natural body powers.