How Movingness works
Feel your body
Reconnect with your body
Move your body
Move from within
with natural movements.
Love your body
Create well-being by
integrating body and mind.
What three of the world’s foremost yoga and movement teachers are saying.
“Fascinating! And, much needed in the automatic and mechanical rendition of Yoga that has become widespread.”
Missy Pfohl Smith
“To open flow through joints, muscles, organs and fluids is to find openness, health and freedom – how exciting!
Missy Pfohl Smith, MFA, is Director of the Program of Dance and Movement at the University of Rochester, USA; choreographer, performer and collaborative artist; founder and artistic director of BIODANCE.
“The teacher training is a wonderful course. Beautifully developed and structured with plenty of time for practice and integration.”
Sarah Lo is a leading Yin Yoga and Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Trainer in the U.K. and internationally. She is also a Certified Professional Coach (PCC).
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“My body came alive”
What my students are saying.
My body came alive, it was no longer something I had to force according to my mind. It became something that I could harmoniously live with.
Physiotherapist, Yoga teacher
I have a job with lots of repetitive movements. This is such a good way to relax tight muscles and open up the body again after a long workday.
The movements are very gentle, but they go really deep. Afterward, my body feels so relaxed and refreshed.
6 ways Movingness is different
How Movingness stands out – and fits in!
You can practice Movingness to increase your wellbeing, improve your body awareness, or refine your movement patterns. Or as a moving meditation.
The best day is today!
Do you want to learn more about how you can increase your body awareness and well-being with interoceptive practices? Well, the best day to start is always today!Start free course!