I am obsessed with the art of teaching movement. I nurture thinking, creative, opinionated dancers and choreographers. I help budding artists and movers find a sense of their own skills and questions and tools for developing further. I believe that learning to move and learning to create impact every aspect of life; that teaching dance is a political act.
My current teaching focuses on my work at Princeton University. Previous work included three years teaching at Lehman college and five years teaching and assistant coordinating for the graduate-level Certificate Program at the Laban/ Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies as well as workshops for ClassClassClass, courses for students ages 4-80, master classes in Sao Paolo, Brazil, and substitute teaching for pre-professional students at North Carolina School of the Arts.