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Dancer, Choreographer

Dance & Music teacher (BA MA)

Nature & Wilderness educator

Psychologist (BSc MSc)

Kindergarten & After-school teacher

Practitioner for Integrative Bodywork (in training)

"Education rests on three powerful pillars: Spirit, Nature and Art."
(Heinrich Martin)

These three pillars are important cornerstones of my life. I build on them, both personally and professionally, not least because of the versatility of my training in the areas of dance, music, nature and wilderness as well as education and psychology.

Nature and art, especially dance and music, are my great passions and for me they are synonymous with “life”. The spirit, in its complexity and individuality, is what allows us to experience it in a very special, specific way. These experiences have a very special value when they are made in social togetherness, in doing and experiencing together, in exchange, in the solidarity and warmth of a community.

In my work, it is important to me not to look at the various areas of my training in isolation, but to find ways to combine them.

In this way, my knowledge from psychology and pedagogical training flows into my teaching activities. I also see the interplay of music and dance as a unity that must always be viewed together.

In my artistic work I combine the different areas by merging dance, music, nature and aspects from psychology.


I began my dance training as a child and intensified it in my studies at the Orff Institute of the University Mozarteum, where I chose the main subjects Dance and Singing.


I regularly attend courses and workshops with international trainers such as Alleyne Dance, Julien Hamilton, Damian Jalet, David Zambrano and many more. in different dance styles (mostly Contemporary Dance) and with different focuses (technique, improvisation, composition & choreography).


As a dancer and performer I was seen in dance pieces, performances and opera productions in and outside of Austria.

My dance pedagogical experience includes teaching children, adolescents and especially adults, with a focus on technique and improvisation, but also bodywork, composition and choreography as well as real-time composition.

In my teaching as well as in my own training, I follow a health-oriented approach in which the anatomy and functionality of the body as well as its adaptability are taken into account. In doing so, I apply what I have already examined in detail in my master thesis, which is entitled: "Training design in dance: Design of artistic-physical training taking into account the theoretical principles of functional anatomy, dance research as well as sports and training science".

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Music has always been part of my life. As a child, I loved singing and making music. So I started taking recorder lessons at the age of 6 and later switched to piano and guitar.

During my studies at the Orff Institute, I chose the voice as my main instrument, and ended this four-year course with a final concert.


In addition, I attended courses and workshops with various course leaders, including Phillipp Sageder, Jose Agudo, and Jassem Hindi.

As a musician, I appeared in various performances as part of my studies, as well as in sound painting performances. In addition, the music in my artistic projects usually consists of my own compositions.


In terms of music education, I focus on the body as an instrument and in my classes with different age groups I mainly use the voice and body percussion.

harmony of body & Spirit

Health in the sense of a constant mutual interaction of body and mind is something that has interested me for a long time.

In my psychology studies I dealt with the psyche and the underlying neuronal structures.

Meanwhile, I was busy in the course of studying music and dance pedagogy In addition to the technical and artistic training in the areas of dance and voice, we also deal intensively with our body, its anatomy and functionality, as well as with the anatomical foundations of our voice.

I was able to deepen this knowledge in my training as a practitioner for integrative bodywork (IKA) and in process and embodiment-focused psychology (PEP). This enabled me to reach a new level with which I can help people even better and more directly to develop and unfold themselves. Through activation and self-activation, they can thus activate their self-healing powers and strengthen their self-efficacy. 

Yoga Kind ' s Pose

Was mich an der Jivamukti Yoga-Methode besonders anspricht ist, wie sie, basierend auf Hatha Yoga, die ursprüngliche Yoga-Tradition in eine Form bringt, die sich gut in unsere moderne Lebensweise integrieren lässt, und dabei ihre Tiefe beibehält.

Jivamukti Yoga geht über eine rein körperliche Übung hinaus und ermöglicht durch das Vereinen von dynamischen Asanas, Atmung, Meditation, Musik, spiritueller Philosophie und Ethik eine ganzheitliche Erfahrung.


Das Ziel dabei ist es, unsere Verbindung zu uns selbst sowie zu allen und allem anderen zu verbessern und eine Einheit des Seins zu erkennen. Dies ermöglicht uns die Entdeckung von dauerhaftem Glück.

Als Jivamukti-Yoga-Lehrerin ist es mir wichtig, in den Kursen eine harmonische und inspirierende gemeinschaftliche Atmosphäre zu schaffen und den Teilnehmenden assistierend zur Seite zu stehen, um ihnen in ihrer Asana-Praxis dabei zu helfen, ihre persönlichen Ziele zu erreichen.



Nature & Wilderness

For me, nature is a place of fascination, variety, harmony, recharging your batteries and at the same time relaxing. That is why it serves as a balance in our often stressful everyday life and plays an important role in our health.


It is the basis of all life in that it offers food, protection and a "home" - that is, security.


The effect nature has on us depends heavily on the quality of our connection to it. The more we are connected to nature, pay attention to it and get to know and understand it better, the more we can benefit from what it has to offer. Then we are also better able to connect with our own nature.

The conscious engagement with nature and with oneself through perception and attention training as well as through observation and research is an important part of my work as a trained nature educator and wilderness trainer.


Various survival skills, such as making a fire, procuring drinking water and food, as well as handicraft skills (for example the production of utensils for cooking and eating) are regularly used in various outdoor activities. The aim is to get by in nature with as little equipment as possible.


I am happy to be able to pass on my own experiences with nature and my manual skills and survival skills to others in my nature and wilderness educational offers.



I have found my personal favorite dance teacher in Mirjam, her open, friendly nature and approach invites me to “get moving” every time. I find her constructive criticism and personal assistance particularly helpful. I hope for many more dance lessons at her side to continue to learn from her as a dancer and as a person. Thanks!


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