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Idealists, who want to enjoy and be well, easily feel selfish or "weltfremd". Idealists, who want to change the world for the better, easily burn out and give up. Or fight and become bitter.
If you're looking for a path that combines the two - a mission to create change and well-being, you might know the struggle. How the hell to get there? And who to ask? Because... anyway my life is different! They say you can't read a book that is not you. And, I guess, you can't write a book that isn't yourself either.
So this is me: sharing my attempt at creating this path. I refused to drop my utopia and instead set out to find ways to gain energy and presence in everyday life.
Aninia was born in 1983. Grew up in Berlin. Moved to Copenhagen in 2012.
After working in theatre, youth empowerment, and creative leadership she wanted to get closer to the body. And so she did:
Since 2009 working intensely with people and their bodies. She enjoys her practice of teaching people tools to connect their physical and mind experiences in their lives. www.aninia.dk
Everyday Presence is her first published book, her writing practice started with her blog "It's all in my body" in 2015. https://allinmybody.wordpress.com/
She enjoys dancing and in 2016 rediscovered playing with masks: