Es war mir eine Ehre als Gast bei Kurt Aeschbacher eingeladen zu sein. Seit den 80er Jahren war ich ein Fan von Kurt Aeschbacher und seiner Art, das Schweizer Fernsehen aufzumischen und zu gestalten. Wie oft habe ich gelacht, war berührt oder haben mich seine Beiträge zum Nachdenken gebracht. Damals war ich ein Teenager und Kurt Aeschbacher war der einzige Moderator, für welchen ich SRF anstellte.
What if I, is a question so many of us ask themselves throughout life. What if I didn’t quit, what if I did? What if I would have been stronger, smarter, prettier, less afraid, more emotionale available etc.
What if we start shifting these thoughts to: What have I learned about myself and the world through my decisions, my thoughts, words and actions? How can I benefit from my own experience?
Moving my body in space saved me from my tendency to overthink and let thoughts fester in my mind. First as a professional dancer and later as yoga practicioner and yoga teacher. To me moving the body is about moving energy that got stuck and needs to be released. It's about exploring the strength and resilience of the body, which is so much stronger than we assume. Having to live through difficulties physically, prepares us to move through the difficulties of life, exploring the depths of our mind and vision.
As we grow up and older, we stop moving in a certain, natural way. Doing ALL kind of movement helps the body, the muscles, the joints and tendons to stay healthy. This class is for everybody who likes to move and explore the range of motion. Olive has danced professionally for years and wants to merge her knowledge of dance, yoga and choreography, in a playful class. It's a great way to open up to new ways to move.