"I love to dance. Dance with others and I love to watch how others dance. I like using anatomy and physiology and especially ontogeny knowledge as motivation for dance. I am interested in work from theory into dance, while asking the question "what dance means for me?"
"I offer people a space to pay attention to their body and get to knowing it. I perceive it as the way of accepting own body in a good way. And how to experience the joy of boy manifesting itself freely in movement.
And if I take only those inequalities, nooks and spirals of the bones, I say to myself that the dance was crammed into a person."
Anna Linnova, Mgr.Art, IDME
Graduated from eight year Dance conservatory and continued in pedagogy of classical ballet at the Dance Academy in Bratislava, Slovakia. In 2010 she finished a three-year training as a part of The School of Body-Mind Centering®.
Between 2001 - 2011 was Anna active as a freelance artist in the area of contemporary dance, movement theatre and site-specific. For many years she collaborated with Anna Sedlackova (SK), dramaturg Ana Hlavacova (SK) and choreograph Ioana M. Popovici (RO).
In 2007 Anna was awarded as the best interpreter for the performance called "Portrait".
As a guest teacher, Anna Linova was working at the Theater Academy in Prague and Brno (HAMU , JAMU).
In 2010 she created a program "Moving plays" for babies and parents at the Alta studio Prague as well as working developmentally with individual infants.
Since 2011 until 2020 Anna was a pedagogue at the Duncan Center conservatory in Prague. Currently she leads Somatic Movement Labs for adults at the DanceLab studio and also the Individual movement sessions.