Mobius is a method for creating belonging, trust, and purpose-driven teams + communities.
Mobius Method uses a mashup of movement, systems thinking, relationship building and culture change to upgrade our standard ways of interacting and working together.
"As a leader of a quickly growing social enterprise, Mobius Method brought us closer together and opened up new pathways for thinking, communication, ideation and innovation."
—David Paull, CEO of Compost Wheels
“Having Mobius at the conference allowed Engineers Without Borders to not only say we stand for equality, respect, and dignity but also to experience it while connecting with others from various backgrounds. Mobius created a safe space to better connect with ourselves, and to break language, cultural and assumption barriers, unleashing our confidence to act.”
—Jordan Prince Tremblay, Engineers Without Borders chapter president
"Wow! Mobius is a fabulous way to teach those difficult science concepts. I was amazed at how well movement helped students deepen and retain information."
—Sheryl Nesseth, 4th grade teacher
"Mobius taught me something I had no idea was possible: connecting with people using nothing but your actions. It was amazing to see how a group of complete strangers was able to connect so well on an emotional level without using any words through the activities performed in the session."
—Mahfuzur Muhith, Engineers Without Borders – McMaster University Chapter
“[Mobius] workshops included hands-on, participatory activities that had teachers moving, laughing, and learning!"
—Rebecca Engelmann, Arts in Education Director, North Dakota Council on the Arts
"I’ve worked with [Mobius Founder] Amelia Terrapin to deliver an embodied approach to systems thinking for leaders in one of Silicon Valley’s biggest tech companies. I found her passion for this topic to be contagious, her commitment to excellence inspiring, and her execution of high caliber."
—Barrett C. Brown, MetaIntegral Associates Principal
"We've found Mobius to be far more effective than other team-building exercises to quickly generate experiences of trust, belonging, and play."
—Gabriel Grant, Co-Founder & Director of Byron Fellowship Educational Foundation
In Mobius experiences, innovative movement-based “interactivities” and shared reflective practice create space for relationships to form, and for the wisdom of the group to be surfaced.
By exploring these experiences together through a systems thinking lens, individuals become more aware of themselves as part of a system while the group’s collective awareness of their purpose is elevated by the wisdom of nature.
through expanded self-awareness and self-expression.
through relationship-building and group reflective practice.
through systems thinking.
through understanding and emulating the dynamics of healthy systems.