My approach to contemporary teaching includes ongoing procedures and interdisciplinary research methods. I teach technique, improvisation and choreography, but I think that I am mostly interested in improvisation, the ephemeral nature of movements and live decisions. While sharing practices and mechanisms that students can taste, experiment, adopt, transform or decline, I enjoy watching their shifts of physical and emotional states. The scores, the tools and the theoretical resources I share, as well as the interaction with other fields of art and thought intend to encourage young artists develop and clarify their individual research process. Through improvisation tasks dancers and non-dancers, discover their interests, develop their own language and achieve a higher level of maturity and consciousness in movement. Just as the “here and now” is explored, choreographic ideas and structures appear.