Being Moved: The Art of Celebration
In this training, we invite the states of Being Moved and discover how they support our creative/artistic process and our human development. Being Moved means moving and expressing yourself through a state of flow. What I offer is the practice of surrendering to the intelligence and wisdom of the body-mind alignment and its co-creation potential to find ways into our entire creative and emotional expression, self-empowerment, with clear boundaries, flow, and consciousness.
This morning practice offers to enter the state of Being Moved by the power of celebration and the reconnection to joy. Find your inner resources, discover your personal warm-up for the day (emotionally, physically, and mentally) and get in contact with yourself so you are ready to meet others.
Being Moved: The Art of Celebration is part of the Artistic Experiencing (Art & Well-being) research and practice by Simon Mayer, together with Hannah Shakti Bühler and Karoline Wibmer. A research on sustainable working and well-being in art and through artistic creative means.
is a choreographer, musician, performer, lecturer, and curator. He studied at the Vienna State Opera Ballet Academy and P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels and was a member of the Vienna State Opera Ballet Company. He then trained in the fields of self-induced cognitive trance, boundary & consent, mindfulness and trauma work. He has performed in productions by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker/Rosas (The Song), Wim Vandekeybus and Zita Swoon. His own works (SunBengSitting, Sons of Sissy, Oh Magic, Volxfest) have been shown internationally. In addition to his stage work, Simon works as a dramaturgy advisor, coach, and workshop instructor. Simon is a Facilitator of the TranceScience Institute Paris (Corine Sombrun), holds seminars and teaches as a guest lecturer at international festivals and universities.