„Life is movement – without movement no life is possible!“
Dr. Moshé Feldenkrais
The joy of movement is my strongest motivation
I simply wanted and want to be able to move in a variety of ways, but without having to achieve anything. Competitions have never interested me, but playfulness and curiosity move me in the truest sense of the word.
I feel lucky to have encountered the Feldenkrais Method® and it has accompanied me in my life ever since.
But is that really so amazing? Not for me, because movement is a natural part of our lives.
And that is exactly why I would like to introduce this method to all interested people.
- I am a certified member of the Swiss Feldenkrais Association and a certified Feldenkrais teacher since August 2021
- 2017 – 2021 Training Zurich City under the direction of Angelica Feldmann (feldmannmoves.com)
- 2019 – 2021 Medicine course Heilpraktikerschule Lindau, Germany.
- Since 2016 regular participation in intensive seminars and group lessons in Awareness through Movement.
I first came across the Feldenkrais Method® rather by chance in 2010. I was desperately looking for relief for my ongoing tension and associated pain. I had been doing disciplined strength training for a long time and also yoga regularly, but these disciplines did not get to the root of the problem.
I will never forget the wow effect after the first lesson of Functional Integration. I had never felt so serene, relaxed and at the same time “centred”. And this sensation laid the foundation for my intimate relationship with this method and bodywork itself.
Bodywork & Passion
I remembered that when I was 20 years old I had enthusiastically taken lessons in pantomime. In search of this, I “stumbled” across the Yve Stöcklin Clown School in Basel (www.clownschule.ch) and began enthusiastically attending all the appropriate courses and workshops there in 2013.
From 2013 to 2015, I also completed the basic training as a clown. After that, I kept bringing out my clown nose and also attended workshops with international clowns at the Tamala Clown School in Konstanz in Germany.
Then, from 2015 to 2018, I pursued my passion for pantomime and physical theatre again in the form of private lessons with Céline Oehen, movement actress and speech therapist. (www.theatervordemmond.ch).
For me, one thing is certain: the clown pushed me forward to pursue Feldenkrais intensively. And Feldenkrais brought me to the clown so that I could find pantomime again.
Living in Basel since 2007, working as a technical writer in the biotech industry.
Born in 1971 and grew up in Innertkirchen in the Haslital, Bernese Oberland. 1987 started working life with a commercial apprenticeship specialising in tourism. 1990 managed BZ aktiv pre-sales office, Berner Zeitung Bern. 1991 to 1992 au pair, domestic help and translation service in London, UK. 1992 to 2000 worked in various functions from service specialist to chef de bar and management in hotels and restaurants in the Bernese Oberland, Biel, Fribourg and Lucerne. 2000 to 2003 shop management & catering service and telephone agent in Berlin, Germany. 2004 to 2006 hotel reception in Brienz, secretariat and reception in the Congress House and Casino Interlaken.