"Mindset, Movement, Treatment Development Academy"
MDA's philosophy emphasizes that movements are not only for artistic expression but also a powerful tool for self-discovery, personal development, and healing. Through Emeel's process, individuals can break through their comfort zone to unlock their full potential and gain a deeper understanding of themselves, their bodies, and their surroundings.
The MDA Curriculum
MDA offers a comprehensive curriculum that covers a wide range of techniques and principles. The curriculum is designed to cater to individuals of all ages and levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners.
MDA's teachers are highly experienced and trained professionals who are passionate about sharing their knowledge and expertise with their students. They are committed to creating a safe and supportive environment that encourages self-exploration and growth.
MDA is more than just a dance academy; it is a community of like-minded individuals who share a passion for dance, movement, and personal growth. The academy offers various offers that bring together students and teachers, creating a supportive and inspiring community.
You can join the MDA Community
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced mover, MDA offers a unique approach to movement that can help you achieve your mental and physical goals.
MnAna stands for the following questions:
- Who am I?
- What do I want?
- What is my ambitious?
- Where is the Weight resting?
- What if we think about everything Differently?
Dance is not about a movement; Dance is about HOW the movement is done.
Anyone who is moving effortlessly and smoothly in what they do is a magnificent dancer.
So, in order to have a controlled mindset, free movement, and wise treatment, we should embrace the act of dancing in our aspects.
Welcome to the world of MDA, where simplicity meets innovation. Our history begins in Damascus, Syria, where the seed of this revolutionary theory was planted in 2007. Through years of dedication and hard work, its founder, Emeel Safie, nurtured this idea and brought it to maturity in Frankfurt am Main, Germany in 2022. Today, MDA stands as a proud representation of ingenuity and creative thinking, offering a unique set of principles and techniques that are the brainchild of its inventor.
At MDA, we delve into the world of limitless possibilities to presents.
"We can get anything we want by solving the Weight and dancing the process."
Back in 2007, the vision and concept of MDA came to my (Emeel Safie) life when I realized that personal beliefs and principles often do not fit one’s body. Guided by the idea of achieving directly and simply any thought or movement, I started collecting information necessary for improving the way how i move –and, eventually, how i live. This improvement is achieved by focusing on where the weight is resting.
When you move any part of your body in any particular, repetitive way all the time, it wears out and becomes vulnerable. To keep it healthy and functional in the long run, you need to apply Emeel's process.
I built the MnAna Dance Academy based on the concept that there are four essential aspects of our being: the self, mind, body, and environment. There is an infinite relationship between the four aspects and the importance of achieving balance among them.
According to the philosophy behind the MDA, when we let any one aspect take charge, we lose balance and harmony in our lives. For example, when the self takes charge, we become self-centered and may ignore the needs of others. When the mind takes charge, we may become too analytical and detached from our emotions. When the body takes charge, we may become too focused on pleasure and comfort at the expense of our health and well-being. And when the environment takes charge, we may become too influenced by external factors and lose touch with our inner selves.
By becoming aware of the four elements and continuously updating their relationships, you can achieve balance and fulfillment in life. To unlock the power of updating these elements, consider starting to dance from this perspective about the four elements. As you apply Emeel's process with this awareness, you'll develop a deeper understanding of their infinite relationship and experience a new taste and joy in your dance.
Number 1 represents the self, which is the subjective and personal aspect of our being in the world. This aspect encompasses our identity, personality, values, beliefs, experiences, and memories. Without the self, we would lack personal identity and awareness, which is essential for fulfilling our potential.
Number 2 represents the mind, which includes the collection of mental processes and functions that make up our consciousness. It is responsible for our awareness and experience of the world. Without the mind, we would lack cognitive and emotional functions that help us process information and make decisions.
Number 3 represents the body, which is the tangible, visible aspect of our being that is subject to physical laws and the effects of the environment. It shapes our experiences and is responsible for our sensory capabilities. Without the body, we would lack physical form and the ability to navigate the world around us.
Number 4 represents the environment, which refers to the external world around us, including the physical surroundings, social structures, and cultural norms that shape our experience of the world. It provides external context and resources that shape our opportunities and challenges. Without the environment, we would lack external context and resources to help us achieve our goals.
Emeel Safie believes that the self is not a traditional "leader," but rather a center of balance and integration that can help us navigate the complex relationships between our mind, body, and environment. By cultivating a strong sense of self, we can develop the resilience, flexibility, and wisdom we need to navigate the challenges and opportunities that life presents to us.
Performing Emeel process is a charging or recharging experience on both a spiritual and physical level, and can help individuals to center themselves and find balance in their lives. By incorporating the principles and techniques of MDA into our daily lives, we can strive to live in harmony with ourselves, others, and the world around us.