When you step into Be moved you are met by a warmth and an energy rare to a movement space. You feel Camilla’s sense of design and how much the physical space does for your body’s well-being. When you enter the space your shoulders automatically drop, you breathe more deeply and as you move on the bamboo floor it is not only the music that fills your senses.
The big windows with a view to the cozy garden full of flowers, and the huge chestnut tree on the other side of the road completes the view all year round. A wonderful space to dance and come one step closer yourself.
As you enter the door you are met by Be moved’s lounge with sofa, soft pillows, candle lights and flowers – a space used by Camilla for private sessions and inviting for cozy hangout before and after class. In more than one sense there are high ceilings in Be moved in no way it resembles a basement who survived two floods in 2011 and 2014.
With 10 years of age Be moved appears brand new and just by entering the studio you get the sensation of what the logo says – “movement · joy · life”.
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Good to know about the studio
Besides the cosy lounge with a corner sofa for chill out the reception desk with notices about latest news welcomes all sorts of events:
There is an space for your clothes and shoes in the locker room benches.
Toilet can be found on the stairs and you have the option of using the shower next door, if you have an appointment after your dance.
- We dance bare feet
- Sign in for classes not necessary
- You can sit in the garden after class
What is said
“When I come into the bamboo floor in Be moved, I feel completely at home. I feel there is space to be ME. The known uninspiring, sweat-smelly training spaces packed with people is far from how Be moved welcomes you. If you are a little aesthetic and sensitive, this can be almost draining to get through a training session in such a place. At Be moved it is just the opposite. Here the beautiful room stimulates my senses and I love to dance while able to look at both the flowers, trees and the blue sky outside the windows.”
“In Be moved, there is room for everyone’s individual expression, emotions, voice and body. There is so much warmth and I can get overwhelmed by the feeling of community instantly created among dancers.”