My practice at its core is grounded on investigating the body, the information it stores, and how I can activate and get access to it. This requires a diligent solo practice that digs deep at the possibilities of the body and that acknowledges who I am and where I come from.
As an inherently social species, I believe that learning about our body through our relationships is fundamental to embodied practice. Investigating with others through ensemble improvisation and social dance is an extraordinary space where I get to deepen my understanding of my body.
Re-membering that I am part of the natural world has become a profound spiritual journey. Acknowledging and honoring my body and its relationship to ancestral memory, land and more-than-human-nature currently guides the direction of my work. Recognizing who I am while honoring my interconnectedness to the living world is a healing practice that has transformed me deeply.