Welcome to Movement is My Constant

Collecting movement knowledge from the eyes and experiences of teachers, dancers, performers, and philosophers through open conversations made to inspire leaders to design impactful organizational experiences using movement and embodied knowledge.

Join me on this journey of changing the future at work.

Why Movement Matters

Movement is life! Even in stillness we move, as our bodies actively work in keeping us alive, alert, attentive, and curious.

Why stop this energy?

Embodied knowledge means our body knows how to act. We assimilate new experiences by comprehending and adjusting to the context. And this implies relationships between people, space, and objects we interact with.

In an age where we fall easily into stagnation patterns, at home and work, movement becomes an essential skill for growth and self-awareness. Movement supports the body with the intelligence to generate energy for positive impact.

That is why movement matters.   



Inspiration from movement leaders through open conversations on the creative process leading to the practice


Articles, findings, and written explorations on the experiences, and the benefits of movement for the embodied intelligence


Who is behind Movement is My Constant, and what is the vision for this project

Latest episodes

ep5. Anita Paalvast. Aikido and The Power of Choice.

Everyone has Aikido skills in them too! They just need to be awakened In this fifth episode I’m in the company of one of the few Dutch women with a 4th degree Aikido black belt, Anita Paalvast. By bringing her 20+ years expertise from the mat, to the organisation floor, Anita...

ep.3 Ria Higler, Movement Research

I think the body is a source for giving you direction. Nobody can feel the inside of my body, and yet is an important source to figure where I place myself in society My guest on this episode is Ria Higler. Ria is a teacher at the Academy of Theater and Dance, in Amsterdam....

ep1. Miguel Maia, Movement and Desire in Theater

Movement if it is true, is a direct signal of what's happening inside Miguel Maia, director of the theater group Cepa Torta based in Lisbon, shares his journey from creation to production, using and exploring movement as a character of his recent play. He shares the challenges...

Would love to hear from you

Feel free to reach with questions, thoughts, ideas, guest suggestions, and your own embodied knowledge.