Maree welcomes folks from across disciplines, identities, and experience levels to move in ways that feel good to their bodies. She teaches in settings ranging from professional and community-based to academic and conservatory, both in person and remotely. To create various access points, her approach is playful and deliberate, drawing from improvisational methods based in dance and theater, somatic practices, the Gaga movement language, choreographic and compositional tools, voice work, writing, and visual art. Through the integration of these methods, movers are invited into processes of self-discovery and connecting with fellow movers, while building strength, flexibility, stamina, and artistry. Participants can connect to a greater sense of aliveness and practice being with complexity. They can be joyful and grieving, awkward and confident, silly and intentional; they can sink into the weight of their flesh, while accessing lightness in their bones and attend to internal impulses as they sense the horizon beyond the room. These experiences aim to offer opportunities to connect to a dynamic range of possibilities through the moving body and tools for working creatively in students art making and broader lives. Read about the methods from which she draws here.

Some examples include teaching and making collaborative performance works as a guest artist during weeklong residencies in conservatories and academic settings; facilitating master classes, class series, and workshops in a variety of settings; working as faculty at dance festivals; developing and guiding experiences for course lessons that support creative process and embodiment with professors across disciplines; co-facilitating interdisciplinary community workshops; organizing residencies that invite communities into creative interactivity and expression through the arts across disciplines. Read more about examples of her teaching and co-facilitation here.