BACK HOME movement practice brings us back to where we belong – back to the body.
Emphasising self-embodiment – being in and with our own body and cultivating this presence as a pathway towards embodied action, it guides us through reliving, remembering and reactivating our movement potentialities.
Asking What do you know that you have forgotten that you know?[1], BACK HOME supports our way back to our true self.

_reawakens and reorganises relationships within the body,
_encourages more awake, alive and aware presence in the now,
_ enhances ease, flow and effectiveness of motion,
_facilitates our pathway towards embodied action.

BACK HOME movement practice
is based on the research into the wisdom of the moving body. It applies the principles of approaching the body as proposed by
Body-Mind Centering®.


[1] – What do you know that you have forgotten that you know? – question borrowed from A Choreographer’s Handbook by Jonathan Burrows. Jonathan Burrows A Choreographer’s Handbook (Oxon: Routledge, 2010), 62.
photo – Aleksandra Ścibor