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Take A Look At Our Wonderfull Teachers.

Movers from around the world

From Argentina to Norway, from south Korea to Australia. Meet your teachers

Morten teaches physical movement from the perspective of empowering people, expanding their area of comfort and confidence and building joy of movement through play. He is a big believer in challenging limiting beliefs and the status quo. Personally he believes that in order for a physical practice to have true merit it needs to contribute positively to the individual as well as our close community. When seeking understanding about the human body or behavior he often views the question in mind from an evolutionary lens.
Morten has been teaching and education in martial arts, natural movement, functional fitness and health since 2001 and holds a masters degree in Sport & Health Science, from the University of Southern Denmark. He has been a contributor and educator for the largest ‘sport for all’ associations in Denmark – DGI since 2013. He runs his own personal training business centered around natural human movement practice, parkour, functional fitness and martial arts.
Aside from teaching he is a passionate vinter swimmer, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner, alpine skier and parkour enthusiast, currently residing in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Tamara “Cuchira” Levinson was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and moved to the USA at age 5. She represented the USA Rhythmic Gymnastics team at the 1992 Olympic Games just 10 years later. Following her athletic career she moved to NYC to evolve beyond the athlete. There she found freedom in movement, specifically dance and aerial arts.
This led to a successful 20+ year professional dance and choreography career which included dancing on three world tours with Madonna and many other pop icons. Her next big artistic venture came by way of her roots through a well-known avant-garde aerial group called ‘De La Guarda’. She co-choreographed and performed in the shows “Villa Villa” and Fuerzabruta. Tamara’s curiosity about all forms of physical expression took her to Broadway in Twyla Tharp’s staging of “The Times Are A Changin’ and she choreographed for commercials, theatre and films such as the movie “The Greatest Showman” with Hugh Jackman.
Organically her raw emotional work led into guiding others to their own freedom through the body’s wisdom. She began teaching workshops and masterclasses about tapping into the language of the body and listening to our inner worlds. MovMEANT, a technique she personally curated from her life experience and empathic ways of how to connect to the emotional body opened a whole new movement world for Tamara. She has now been teaching MovMEANT for almost three decades all over the world and this has changed her life and of those who have incorporated the practice into their lifestyle.


Theresa is a self-taught hula hoop dancer, who learned almost everything from YouTube. Hooping snatched her heart and became her obsession, therapy and passion.

With her unique and yummy flow style she quickly became one of Denmarks best hula hoop dancers. Her energy is playful and alive and with her attentive eyes, she’ll most likely make sure, that everyone attending her workshops are having fun and being seen




Michael is a Copenhagen based yoga teacher, trail runner and farther of two beautiful daughters.

Teaching classes, workshops and teacher trainings full time at some of the most popular yoga studios in Copenhagen. And offers retreats in Denmark, Sweden and Spain

“My teaching is based on a thorough knowledge of anatomy and patterns of movement.  I succeed in turning what seems complicated into something easy and accessible. Furthermore, I have much experience in helping students with injuries and rebuilding strength in their bodies. What really matters to me is that all my students have a great experience and feel welcome in my classes.”




Mikkel is a coach and teacher, specializing in handstands and flexibility. After recovering from a back injury in 2015, Mikkel had the flexibility of a wooden door and felt limited by his bodies capabilities. To regain movement freedom, he started to pursue flexibility and body control, which send him down the path of flexibility training and handstands. Mikkel always try to build bridges between the science and the practice. He has a MSc. In sports science and health, where he wrote his master thesis on strength training & flexibility, but also attended AFUK, the circus school in Copenhagen, where he later on developed and taugh a theoretical/practical course, to help the students get the most out of their training.




Agnes Anker Ibsen is teaching contact improvisation at MOVE final.

She is educated in dance and somatics from ISLO, Finland, with focus on Contact Improvisation. Throughout her many years of exploring and studying yoga, acroyoga, dance and improvisation, she has found a way of uniting body and mind – a way of being attentive to the present moment.

“For me, the somatic approach has become a fundamental part of my practice and teachings. It offers a way to become aware of our habits and expand our possibilities in movement as well as in life.”



Yunus started practicing Hatha Yoga in 2011 under the guidance of Ferhan Yüksel. He founded METU Yoga, one of the Turkeys first university yoga societies, in 2013, and Yoga La Yoga in Ankara.
Considering that being a good teacher requires a very good studentship, he participated in one-on-one studies with valuable teachers such as Ty Landrum, Petri Raisanen, Dylan Werner, Yuval Ayalon, Mikael Kristiansen, Andrii Bondarenko, YogaBeyond and Till Heeg in the fields of Yoga, AcroYoga, Thai Massage and Handstand.

Be part of it

Tickets available from October 1st at 10:00 (Copenhagen time) – only 300 tickets in total. 

Ticket prices

  • 35 € Community Builder (25 wonderful people needed – you need to apply for this!)
  • 75 € Early bird – Move Final (100 pcs.)
  • 110 € Move Final (200 pcs.)