Martin Meng was first trained as a balletdancer at the Amsterdam High School of the Arts. He went on to enjoy a successful career dancing and teaching with some of the world’s most prestigious Classical Ballet Companies and the world’s most luminous dancers/choreographers.
In Berlin Martin has developed a well-balanced movement method that provides by means of dance a new body consciousness: Mobil Training
Martin communicates well in Polish and French; fluent in English, German and Dutch.
A bit of his work in ballet is on youtube:Read more
Martin’s passion lies in using innovative methods to perfect body alignment, helping clients reach their movement and physical potential. Martin’s knowledge, his experience and his various embodiments come together in this training program. Mobil Training is a Trainingprogram which brings together various forms of bodywork. Ballet, Osteopathy, Physical Therapy, The Alexander Technique and Yoga are among its components.
Martin danced in the Dutch National Ballet (Amsterdam), The National Ballet of Canada (Toronto), the Ballet of the Deutsche Oper Berlin; worked with celebrated choreographers like Rudi Van Dantzig, Maurice Béjart, Roland Petit; received coaching from the best ballet-masters from New York City Ballet (John Clifford), Bolshoi Ballet Moscow (Mikhail Lavrovsky), Maryinski Ballet St.Petersburg (Vladilen Semenov, Irina Kolpakova, Gennadi Selyutsky); danced the great heritage of Marius Petipa and George Balanchine; shared the stage with celebrities like Natalia Makarova, Eva Evdokimova, Fernando Bujones, Eric Vu-An and Sylvie Guillem.
Martin afterwards became pursued by international Ballet Companies and professional training centers as a Ballet Master/Trainer/Private Coach (Amsterdam, Tel-Aviv, Helsinki, Stockholm, Tai Pe, Den Haag, Warsaw, to name a few); he prepared young dancers for leading roles in ballets like for instance Swan Lake, Giselle and the Nutcracker; his classes were visited by celibrities like the famous choreographer Mats Ek or stars like Maria Bylova, Yuri Vasuchenko (Bolshoi Ballet), Irma Nioradze, Andrei Jakovlev (Maryinski Ballet) or Anneli Alhanko, Anders Nordström (Royal Swedish Ballet).