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Movement Medicine drop-in class

We dance to arrive into ourselves: into our bodily sensations, our emotions, our wholeness. We dance to connect to each other and the world, to allow emotions and deeply held patterns to surface. We dance to step out of our well-known comfort zones and find new movements.

We support this with simple exercises, but nothing is compulsory and there’s always time and space to move freely without instructions. And there’s space to express yourself in drawing: there’s a piece of paper on the wall where you can leave marks, letting the drawing emerge from your movement, from your dance.


Ongoing groups are for those who’d like to explore their love of dance more deeply in a small group of committed dancers. In a closed group, we can build trust that gives us more safety and thus more freedom. Freedom to explore ourselves and our connections, freedom to express ourselves. 

Besides the practice of free dance and the tools of Movement Medicine, we use drawing and other creative exercises to build a stronger relationship to ourselves and the world. 


free dance, without instructions

A dance session without a specific topic, with just minimal instructions, leaving plenty of space to be moved by what’s present in us, what’s alive, what’s calling you.

It’s okay to lie down, to rest, to move slowly, or to jump high and release all that you couldn’t give space to during the week.

No previous dance experience is required. At the same time, if you haven’t been to a conscious dance class before, I wouldn’t recommend this for the first time : there are almost no instructions, which can be challenging for some people.


Movement Medicine for big ones and little ones

Free movement-based dance meditation where adults can bring their children of any age. This is not a session designed for kids but an opportunity for adults who like dancing to be and move in a shared space with their community and their children.

You’re of course also welcome to come without kids! You can even leave your little ones in the hall where they will be taken care of/supervised and where you can also find paper and chalk and some board games for bigger kids.


women’s workshops

In these workshops, we create a safe space where you can show up with all your parts that don’t have space in your day-to-day life . Those that don’t fit into your roles. Those that are too vulnerable to be shown elsewhere. 

The parts that are too feminine. The parts that are not feminine enough. The parts too much like this and not enough like that.

All sessions have a theme, and besides dancing we also work with texts, fairy tales, and we draw and create art. A nourishing, holding, inspiring space with many returning participants.


Besides the usual musical palette, the beauty of live guitar music helps us to connect to ourselves and each other at these sessions. The healing songs played by Gergely Párkányi open the heart and fill the space with beauty and love.

At certain points of the class there’s live music with guitar and singing, sometimes also the drum, and at other points, I DJ as I usually do. Gergely sometimes plays over these tracks with electric guitar or drum, weaving together DJing and live music.

I go to Kata’s classes to find my answers, and to recharge. I’ve been dancing alone for years but the warmth and inclusiveness with which Kata holds space creates an environment where I can be myself even more than at home, alone. I admit, sometimes I dance at home imagining I’m in the room.

Bernadett Nagy, mother of four kids, movement facilitator

Mum, look. I like dancing with Kata. Remember this and respect this. There I can stand up, sit down, go out. I have enough space. Kata-dance is good for me. I think dance and gymnastics are good friends. You can do both every day.

Árnika, 4 years old

For me, Kata is a Wolf Woman. Her powerful presence and vulnerability as a facilitator are very special. Courageous and f*cking strong, sensitive, and loving, she invites you to come along with her.

Luna Bürger, movement teacher, photographer

I like going to Kata’s classes because she’s authentic. She shows up with equal parts of liberation and vulnerability. Her subtle presence weaves into the room, creating a safe space where I can also experience liberation even if I went to the class feeling tired or sad.

Zsolt Kramer, Scrum Master

Kata’s movement medicine encourages me to move more from a real place – not just an easy “tralala” dance. Like: “Give me more of Your shadows, baby. I can handle it.” It is challenging and safe at the same time. I can sense a deep love for people emanating from her.

Barbora Jirsová, teacher, mother

She helps me, without choreography, to experience the world with more aliveness.

Dora Matyus, Visual Artist

When I’m practicing with Kata, I’m experiencing an encounter with the beautiful medicine of Water Energy: a delightful mix of smooth sensuality, joyful creativity, deep strength, and safe release.

Alexandra Kort, movement facilitator, yoga instructor, performer

It’s so good for children to experience that they don’t need to move “well”, that adults also stumble and search for themselves, and that it’s ok to try. Or to see Mum jumping around with total freedom. Or that it’s ok to say no to an invitation.

Evelin Nyerges, mother, kindergarten teacher

I like her honesty and humility, facilitating in a way that gives me freedom without pushing. I can show up exactly as I am with whatever’s going on for me, in safety.

Rita Dohány, squash coach, integral counselor in training

Kata’s sessions are beautiful, well-crafted journeys to the heart. Her sensitivity and empathy make me feel safe and seen and I can let go completely.

Sandro Monteiro, artist

Dancing Movement Medicine is a wonderful opportunity that brings me closer to my natural being. Kata fills the space with humility, acceptance, playfulness, and authenticity.  

Nagyné Drapkó Mónika, mother of four, yoga teacher

It’s wonderful to know that you can have experiences with your kids that you thought you couldn’t have; that they can see their Mum in a different environment, embodying a different quality; that there’s joy, play, and connection; that kids feel safe even in a new environment.

Aliz Sáreczky-Urbán, artist, mother

If you want to dance! — in a safe, artistically created space filled to the brim with passion for moving our body, together, with the support of a magical variety of music chosen to get your feet exploring, and led by a woman who knows all colours of life — come to Kata’s dance class!!

Maria-Carin Gala, chef, DJ

In Kata’s sessions, I feel super safe, taken care of, and invited to just be. Be free and express myself. She’s offering so many ways that enable me to come out of my shell.

Carolin Thomas, language teacher, dance therapist

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