There are always new tools to play with in class. For the last two years, after baby pause, it was about finding comfy performative mind sets while training, and reducing ambition.
Or about a physical focus: getting the pelvic floor strong again for jumps, or shoulder alignment after hours nursing with a crooked back. Dreaming of spiral movement patterns, or meditating on contemporary principles like martial arts and Klein-Technique combined with classic technique. Changing attitudes as moving through formal shapes. I like the technical side, and once letting go of it the inner groove takes over. My body much enjoys visiting these same old training context in new stages of life. Less for mastering, but to adapt and transform the handcraft. And, taking the proprioceptive critic by the hand to stay in a warm conversation with bones even o-40. Big thanks to Jo Siska for endless sweaty classes and for opening a creative ballet space in Berlin, Studio für künstlerischen Tanz.