MOVE YOUR THOUGHTS
Move Your Thoughts is a project of two friends based in Berlin. Their workshops are for everyone who is open to explore themselves, their emotions and relationships with others through movement & theatre. Katka and Magda believe that we were all born to move and their aim is to provide a safe space for creativity and improvisation. Their work is based on three key principles: fun, non-judgement, and an open mind.
Katka danced before she could walk. She has a background in contemporary dance, but lately, she also fell in love with yoga and other movement practices. She believes that movement is the most genuine form of expression and feeling good in our bodies makes us happy.
For Magda, being appropriate seems to be far from her mind. She found very early on that theatre and stage is a place where being yourself and letting your fears go meet. Having led a thespian crew from all over the world she explored the world of acting and motion to help others find what hides in their souls.
Sarah Chu holds an MA degree in Expressive Arts Therapy with a minor in Psychology. With her primary background of Physiotherapy in Hong Kong, she is interested in body awareness and movement together with Arts and East and West philosophy for the exploration of the self, and the connection to the world. Sarah works with various clients, including people in recovery from mental illness, people with physical disabilities, and elders. She offers self-care workshops and is actively involved in the Expressive Arts research.
Verónica Terriente is an expressive arts facilitator and a physical theatre and creative dance educator for children. She has a background as a primary teacher and sociocultural animator of 10 years.
Currently, Verónica lives in Berlin and works as an expressive arts facilitator with children with learning problems and adults searching for self-discovery and personal development. She is also a student from Anna Halprin’s Tamalpa Institute for Movement-based Expressive Arts.
Verónica believes in the power of art-making and body awareness as tools for emotional management and personal growth. She offers expressive arts sessions for individuals and groups for children and adults. She works in English, Spanish and French.
Bella Zhang is originally from Beijing, China. Already at an early age, she’s interested in exploring the mystery of the human mind and behaviours. After completing her MA degree in psychology at the University of Edinburgh, her passion for art and organizational development has led her to further expand her expertise in Business Psychology and Expressive Arts Coaching & Consulting.
By witnessing the transformative process during art-making, she now wants to integrate creative learning with personal and team development. Her teaching in Yoga has made her become more aware of the mind-body connection, and the importance of breathing. She is also interested in promoting health, cultural integration and engagement through the co-creative process at the workplace.
Bella is currently living in Berlin; she offers expressive arts and yoga sessions for individuals and groups in both English and Mandarin.