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body and mind

body and mind

Amenti movemeant

Amenti MoveMeant is a community-based organization and a decolonial psyche-somatic MoveMeant medicine. The foundation of our method and our way of working as a team lie in the pillars of the original hip-hop culture: peace, Love, Unity, Respect, Having Fun, and Self Knowledge.

Gil' The Grid' Gomes Leal, our organization's founder and the method we use, was a professional hip-hop dancer for years before developing our teachings. The Amenti MoveMeant Method is a way of becoming more self-aware through the use of the body. We see our human experience as a holistic system - consisting of the body, the mind, and the soul (or spirit). The method comprises dance, (Jungian)psychology, somatic exercises, and shamanism. We combine knowledge from all corners of the world to give a complete understanding of life. We find harmony, agency, and self-acceptance when we understand our individual choices and their effect on our lives.

Community, the collective, is an innate and essential element in everything we do. To understand ourselves is to understand the other, and vice versa. Other people are our mirrors and teach us much about our choices, experiences, traumas, and joys. This is the reason why everything that we teach is taught in groups. It creates empathy and connection when we allow others into our healing journey.

the method

the method

01. Layer of
Physicality
Gives us a sense of trust.
02. Layer of
Emotions
Gives us a sense of choice.
03. Layer of
Power
Gives us a sense of direction.
04. Layer of
Acceptance
Gives us a sense of space.
05. Layer of
Vibration
Gives us a sense of authenticity.
06. Layer of
Symbols
Gives us a sense of creation.
07. Layer of
Connection
Gives us a sense of intuition.

Amenti MoveMeant's Method is a transformative method created by Gil Gomes Leal, which spreads awareness about the connection of the body and mind and gives tools for expanding the capabilities of self-expression and -awareness. The Method consists of 7 layers; each layer connects to a specific life area. You can learn from us and our expertise in dance and understanding of the human mind and ego via our workshops and courses. We work with the body in connection to the mind because they are interconnected. Approaching our human experience holistically gives us agency over our lives and gets us in tune with all the subtle messages our body and mind give us daily.

always growing

always growing

The Movemeant Method has a therapeutic way of using movement and dance but is not dance therapy. You do not have to be ‘sick’ to use our method, because sick or not, we can all improve as humans. We never stop learning.

Also, our method is a perfect tool to enhance your dance and become a better mover in all kinds of ways. So, whether you are someone who likes to use their body to become more aware of their mind or are a trained dancer and wish to level up, the MoveMeant Method is useful in both (and many more) cases.

our team

our team

Gil ‘the Grid’ Gomes Leal
Gil ‘the Grid’ Gomes Leal
Founder, Artistic Director and MoveMeant Coach
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Elia Vitadamo
Elia Vitadamo
General Director and Creative Producer
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Tamara Robledo Oud
Tamara Robledo Oud
MoveMeant Assistant
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Neder Abdel Rahman
Neder Abdel Rahman
Marketing Team and Content Creator
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Ruben Lapong
Ruben Lapong
MoveMeant Assistant
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get moving

get moving

partnerships

partnerships