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Radical innocence is a practice focused on realigning actions with the uncompromised manifestation of individual freedom, in harmony and deep respect for your surroundings.


Learning how to recognize the freshness of every moment, engaging curiously with the world, experimenting with ways of being, embodying your body, and staying in touch with your intentions are the foundational elements that will guide us toward discovering what it truly means to be you.


To move forward in the direction you desire, the first step is to pause for a moment. Standing still, observing, reflecting, and feeling are skills that need development. There is no one-size-fits-all methodology, as we are all different and respond uniquely. Experimenting and committing to trying what works form part of your growth. Forget about seeking quick relief from discomfort; growth is not about that. Instead, it's a lifelong journey of unfolding and maintaining curiosity about your evolving state in every moment. There's nothing to fix; a seed is as complete as a tree in its distinct way. This is the realm of innocence, where every step is whole. Most importantly, meeting your authentic self is an exciting endeavor. Imagine encountering your quirky self that stretches beyond conditioning.


Establishing a stable connection with bodily awareness and making your senses available is fundamental to clear communication between your desires and actions. The body is reliable; we understand through our bodies and must enlist them as steadfast companions at all times.


Practice is inevitable. Without immersing your being in the real world and reflecting on the impact, radical honesty remains a mere intellectual exercise and emotional exhibitionism. To live in innocence means to be engaged with the world and allow it to inspire movement within you.


Living your innocence entails embracing unapologetic existence from a place where wrongdoing is impossible. Practicing innocence entails a steadfast commitment to expressing individual freedom and being seen without fear or doubt.


Choosing Radical Innocence as your guide demands the consolidation of your body, intellect, and imagination, allowing them to flourish uninhibited. It means taking yourself seriously. We will uncover its meaning for you by translating your intuitions into a set of practices and techniques to strengthen your connection with your essence.


In the past decade, I've embarked on a journey to discover a way of being that feels most aligned with my body—the one I fully recognize and own. There's nothing particularly unique about my story; in my experience, many stumble upon similar situations. At some point or another, we realize that despite doing everything correctly, there's a lingering sensation of acting from an unfamiliar place.


Choices are made under a hypnotic state, an autopilot we become adept at training and subsequently forget that a real human exists behind the automation. Fortunately, our authenticity is persistent, and if we decide to give it space and support, it can reveal our true selves. Choosing to see and embody oneself requires courage and commitment, depending on how deep one wishes to delve and how much of themselves they've forgotten or chosen to silence.

In recent years, my dormant self began to rebel, resulting in manifestations of social anxiety, various self-destructive patterns, and causing pain to those I care about. In response, I began constructing a continuous practice to expand the degrees of freedom and embrace my aliveness without sacrificing authenticity for a sense of belonging.

I discovered that recognizing my inherent innocence allowed me to relax. When I embody this truth, I feel most connected and alive.

It pains me to witness the soul's richness ensnared in self-surveilling behaviors dictated by culture, politics, and generational narratives. I firmly believe that each of us holds incredible beauty within, capable of transforming our engagement with these narratives into a joyful, expansive experience.

Life's challenges, its roughness, pace, and accumulated circumstances complicate the free flow of innocent engagement. The ability to approach life with open and fearless curiosity becomes compromised by social factors and years of conditioning. Gradually, "musts" and "shoulds" take precedence over "wants" and "feels," to the point that we might even forget how to reconnect with innocence. Rediscovering it often demands strength and the willingness to embrace the unknown, to dare experimentation, honesty, and to take self-guided steps. Allowing innocence to guide us is a radical act of rebellion—an endeavor to find our own pathways to practice this enigmatic thing called life.


This is my story that fuels my commitment to embody the practice of radical innocence. I aspire to be your companion, playmate, devil's advocate, supporter, partner in crime, and a friend of virtue if you choose to embrace your intuition. That sensation deep within you, that profound knowing that you are more than you realize—chase it. I'm here to move with you.


what do i have to offer?

I provide unconventional guidance for individuals to develop their practice of radical innocence, increasing personal freedom and connecting with a stronger sense of agency. I develop tailored trajectories aimed at specific challenges or help to discover areas that require attention. I guide towards a fuller being, communicating with your aliveness through experiential, embodied, and intellectual engagement. 

What makes it unconventional?

As an artist, I approach personal development through a playful, curious, and fearless lens. I combine techniques from various artistic disciplines with psychology and philosophy. Experimentation and creative approach is at the core of my practice; I am with you while you explore the ways of being that resonate with you.

who will benefit?

Artists, scientists, writers, creatives, brave corporates, queer individuals, adventurous beings—essentially anyone who resonates with my approach and seeks to move toward an uncompromised sense of connection with life.

what can we address?

We can delve into enhancing your sense of aliveness, increasing awareness, bodily presence, navigating meaning crises, overcoming creative blocks, dealing with fears and uncertainties, embracing the excitement of new endeavors, and finding stability amidst existential transitional moments.

I provide support during times of change, holding space for internal conflicts, doubt, stuckness, and lack of passion. We can adapt our approach as new ideas arise, unpack guilt-driven motivations, explore shame, and nurture your inner rebellious non-conformist reconnected with your values and principles.

how do we do that?

Through fluid and customized trajectories in the form of conversations, exercises, experiential and embodied practices. We explore in a private setting and take these experiences into the real world.

what are the tools?

I use an amalgamation of methods rooted in sociology, psychology, art, cognitive science, enriched with Eastern philosophies, relational practices, somatic work, and movement. All seasoned with my humanity and personal experience.

where do the sessions take place?

i hold the sessions in my studio in Amsterdam. I am convinced that practice makes wonders and like to bring our conversations into the wild to facilitate deeper insights.


While I am open to online encounters, I have a strong preference for physical presence.

what are the costs?

I work on the base of free contribution. You can decide what feels right to pay after our talk. I am interested in alternative ways to step into a relationship that is not motivated by financial agreements but rather facilitates different kind of connection.

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