I was born in Luxembourg in 1962. I am married and we are the lucky parents of 4 grown up children.
I have been a French teacher for a very long time. In 2013 I decided to follow another passion in my life and after a professional retraining I became a cook.
I have always been fascinated by dance and I practiced classical ballet and modern jazz when I was a child and adolescent.
In 2011 I discovered conscious movement practice and its healing and nourishing power. 5 years later I drowned into the world of Open Floor and became an Open Floor teacher in July 2019.
Open Floor practice offers me the resources I need to transpose the explorations and experiences of a dance floor on the every day life floor. This is essential to me: On the floor as in life!
I love to compare both dance floors, the smaller and the big one out in the world, to a big kitchen where textures, colours, scents, tastes, spices, sweet and sour, salty and sweet, where all kinds of flavours marry and give birth to always new dances, always unique ones. We move and include!
Today I dare to say that I am dancing my life: The joys and the pains, the easygoing times and the struggles, my inner self and my egos. Embodying all aspects of myself and my relationships in this movement practice, has brought me to self-awareness and to more mindfulness. Open Floor practice is more than a dance: it’s a way of Being.
I aspire to meet on the floor old and young, men and women, disabled or non-disabled, not experienced or skilled dancers. It’s this diversity that enriches our dances. We move and include!
“Our challenge each day is not to get dressed to face the world, but to un-glove ourselves so that the doorknob feels cold, and the car handle feels wet, and the kiss goodbye feels like the lips of another being, soft and unrepeatable” Mark Nepo