Movements and body signals give the most profound picture
about ourselves. In bodywork sessions, we work with these
experiences in order to support your team members’
wellbeing and professional development.
Values and results
In our experience-based processes we work mostly without words
since bodywork exercises are aimed at the unconscious pre- and
nonverbal layers of the psyche. The merits of bodywork, though, can
be well expressed with words. So what kind of values
can you expect from bodywork?
Awareness and attention
We become more aware of present actions, interactions, sensations and emotions.
It is easier to gain and digest new information and perspectives.
Decision making gets quicker and more effortless.
Self-reflection & self-knowledge
We can approach our mates, ourselves and the outside world with fresh new eyes.
Our unconscious mechanisms can be reflected on more effectively with our body sensations.
We can test more constructive behaviour patterns in a playful way.
Flexibility and resilience
We grow to be more open-minded.
Our cooperational and social skills improve.
We can realize that the real source of power lies within. At hand, inside, in our body.
Stress release and recharge
Due to physical activities stress symptoms get mitigated.
We can connect to our creativity and energy in order to overcome every-day challenges.
Body, spirit and mind become balanced and centred.
It was incredibly challenging to make up my mind to sit down and start writing this tiny piece of memoir about our very first international body at work trip. I’m just guessing the reasons. We had a wonderful time (well, not so much the weather), we did two lively and rich bodywork sessions with 40+ CEOs from all around the word, we had thought-provoking conversations, and much-much laughter day and night…Read more
In 2014 a meta-analysis was carried out in order to examine 23 primary trials about the effectiveness of dance and movement therapy (DMT). Results show that DMT increase quality of life, wellbeing, positive mood, body image and decrease depression and anxiety.Read more
Huge enthusiasm in the beginning… moderate interest a couple of weeks later… hollow training rooms in the end. We know this scenario only too well. At least if we talk about corporate welfare programs like yoga, lifestyle counselling or any initiative that seems immensely creative and constructive at the very first sight. Australian scholar Gordon B. Spence aimed at finding out what the causes of failure are and how they can be anticipated successfully.Read more