Episode 34 - Stillness in movement


Today our guest is Amiyo Devienne. Amiyo is a dance teacher, choreographer and dance therapist. In 1989 Osho asked Amiyo to study Gurdjieff Movements and for the past 30 years she has been travelling worldwide to share her experience.

I think you’re going to really enjoy this episode, and as always, send your questions to info@loveosho.com or contact Amiyo via her website below. Enjoy the show!


Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:


  • How Amiyo came across Osho

  • How Amiyo got into Gurdjeff movements

  • Osho asks Amiyo to create a seminar on Gurdjeff movements

  • The path of Osho and the path of Gurdjieff

  • How Amiyo brings Osho’s teaching into the Gurdjieff movements practice

  • Amiyo explains how to enjoy Gurdjieff movements

  • The art of teaching Gurdjieff movement in a relaxed, non-rigid and non-serious way

  • Amiyo explains how Gurdjieff movements helps to develop presence and awareness

  • Gurdjieff movement is not a therapy, it’s about bringing the mind to a point of stillness

  • Gurdjieff movement as an antidote to the rampant digital dependency which causes mind fragmentation and disconnection from the body

  • How Amiyo combines free dancing and letting go with the more precise Gurdjieff movement  

  • Gurdjieff movements and its effects on the brain: it creates new neurological pathways between the left and right sides of the brain

  • Amiyo’s projects and activities around the world

  • Amiyo's morning routine

  • Amiyo's favourite meditation

  • Amiyo and Osho today




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