Inspiration, Movement

Recipe for Love

This week has been immersed in the theme of Love, and inspired by that, I would like to share the following ‘Oreo chocolate bonbon’ recipe. It was given to me by the sister of a dancer (thank you Ingrid!) that was part of the Boženka LOVE dance weekend in Germany. A warning though. They are,… Read More Recipe for Love

Movement, Nature

Sunset and Moonrise

I love this time of year, when the days (on this hemisphere) start getting longer, and the skies are cool and colourful. Each sunset, moonrise, moonset, and sunrise feels like it’s own reward. Enjoy Every Moment. Let‘s make sure we spend as many of them as possible in full appreciation. This picture – taken at… Read More Sunset and Moonrise

Dance, Movement

Dancing for Joy

When you see children dancing (and perhaps even join in!), when you bop around to ‘wherever, whenever’ (and you feel you’re getting into the groove), when you dance at home, by yourself, or with friends, in your kitchen or living room, be it for joy, sadness, energy – You know it. You know that dance… Read More Dancing for Joy

Movement, Strength

The Power of Love

Incredible how much (inner and outer) strength can be generated automagically when it comes to caring for and protecting the ones we love. We dare to speak up, we dare to take action, we dare to take a stand. A great creative power is unleashed when we are able to do or share/create for something… Read More The Power of Love

Movement, Nature

The Sky and the Sea

A few environmental impressions from my travels to Holbaek, Denmark last weekend. An ocean of clouds, a view through the reeds, and an actual swan sea/lake. Beautiful nature, good company, breathtaking views, hug-trees and a stiff northern breeze.. Thank you dear Anna Barner for sharing ‘your spot’ with me. PS: Speaking of the North – Today… Read More The Sky and the Sea

Dance, Movement

Safety First

In the same vein as yesterday’s post on Matter and Mind – today I noticed in ballet class (and during pointes practise!) how much more range (and gentle control) of motion the body allows as soon as it feels ‘safe’. For instance when a ballet barre is nearby (within grabbing distance, even if it is not… Read More Safety First