Move towards oneness

Take a step on a journey towards an integrated life.

Rediscover your bodymind and unlock your full potential.

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Dance as a path towards the body-mind

Do you ever feel ‘disconnected’? Do you struggle with trusting your body? What does it actually mean to be ‘connected to oneself’? Our core philosophy emphasizes that the body and mind are not distinct entities. Being connected involves fostering a relationship with both. Through our study groups, we cultivate environments in which each participant can embark on a journey toward awareness of the body-mind, explore new physical abilities, enjoy the freedom of dancing, and access a greater level of energy.

Dance as a community practice

Dance is a social activity hence the name ‘study group’. Being part of a group entails learning how to communicate both your needs and boundaries, as well as developing empathy and understanding for others. Thus, in all our programs, we prioritize both individual growth and group development. Joining the study group means joining our vibrant student community - in our training sessions, weekly jams and everyday interactions.

What do we actually offer?

We offer year-long study groups that welcome individuals of all ages and backgrounds. We teach contemporary dance, contact improvisation, ensemble work, performance practice, fluid acrobatics and more. At the core of all our programs lies the recognition that delving into the study of the human body profoundly impacts our lives, enhancing our capacity to connect with others and nurturing our physical and mental well-being.

Application is open!

The Info Evening for the upcoming study group cycle took place already. 

You can watch the recording of the info evening down below.

If you have watched the info evening or joined the open day,

click on the button below where you will be able to do the following:

1. Schedule a personal short meeting with us.

2. Fill the application form with your infos and the programs you want to join.

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What does the Movement Lab mean for you?

Why do you dance?

In what ways dance influenced your life?

What is the Movement Lab community?

What do you find most enjoyable thus far?

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"I have experienced the Movement Lab study group as a unique space for growth, both on a personal and professional level. On a physical level, I developed more strength, endurance, flexibility, resilience, as well as trust in my capacities.

As a group I think we have all deepened our skills of listening, being self-responsible, communicating, expressing, experimenting, and last but not least, to be willing to show up and to connect authentically, with our full being."

- Clémentine Antier -

"Studying with the Movement Lab teached me the connection between movement, dance and communication. I love exploring not only "how" to move but also "why". The principles behind his teaching allow me to experience a wider range of possibilities and to step into the unknown with curiosity. In the studio and in life."

- Lukas Teml -

"We are always moving, but not always aware of it. By exploring how we move, we also open up avenues of freedom that may otherwise stay stuck in routine"

- Noah Steixner -