Miriam Balance

A Journey to Equilibrium

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On the Multi-Dimensionality of Progress (or why you shouldn’t feel bad that you probably haven’t got all of your shit together all of the time)

It is a well-known and often quoted fact that progress isn’t linear; but let’s not forget that it isn’t one-dimensional, either. As my life, horizon and physical practice are wildly expanding, contracting, imploding and blowing my mind these days, I am realising – and oddly, Read more…


Conscious Movement Practice: On Unfucking Your Mind, Body and Soul

As the world outside stands a little stiller than usual and I find some reprieve from the constant pressure, I am stretching and moving and reconnecting with parts of myself that have lain dormant for a while.Nowadays, when I’m training, I am finally taking the Read more…


Encounters on the Road to Balance II: Body Poetry, Hot Chocolate and Connecting the Dots of Life

Leaving Prague feeling a little bit lighter than I had arrived less than a week prior, I was en route to Nomadway‘s tiers lieu (French: coworking space) Homade for a project called Body Poetry! As a movement artist, the name alone called out to me. Read more…


From Sweden to France – A Reflection on Winter, Handstands and 2018

Bye Sweden! You’ve been great! And so was 2018 (and there’s still a little more to come!) As I am starting this blog post, I am sitting in the departure lounge of Arlanda Airport in Stockholm, reflecting on the last 5 weeks. Training handstands every Read more…


From the Iron Gates into Bulgaria – How far can we go?

The last part of the summer bike trip – We are running out of time, but the best days are yet to come… 18th of August 2018 – Vinci to Tekija, ca 100km It is the heat of the sun that finally forces me out Read more…


Hands on the ground, feet in the clouds, heart on my sleeve – Nomadways pt II

It was one of those trips that leave you buzzing for a while after; that leave you wanting more when you already received so much more than you could have possibly bargained for; that, for some time, leave you feeling like a stranger in your Read more…


Tales of modern nomads, rural communities and creative miracles

Quite recently, I was lucky enough to be accepted as one of the first residents of the outstanding, miraculous and extremely beautiful space that is Homade by Nomadways. For those of you not familiar with Nomadways, you can find out more about it here, here Read more…