Contact Improvisation on land * Authentic movement
Both my teaching and dance are inspired by the curiosity in the proprioceptive world, the subtlety in the organization of the body and movement. Through the years I have developed in my teaching practice something I call sense-perceptive practice, where we build a space-time to explore mostly the senses that will inform us about us through the Kinesthetic and vestibular system. My professional life embrace development both in dance through researching, teaching, and elaboration of creative process. I’m advanced student in Alexander Technique and Somatic Experiencing. I see Contact Improvisation as an universal language. My latest curiosity is about the simple. How to build a space for this quality or attribute and from there contemplate, feel and celebrate complexity.
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