As a way of celebrating more kinds of moving bodies and a diverse range of expressions, Maree welcomes folks from a broad range of backgrounds and experience levels to dance. She facilitates movement experiences with individuals who have formally trained in dance and those who are self taught, as well as people who have always wanted to dance but never have and those who never wanted to dance, but end up trying. Her teaching takes place in settings ranging from professional to conservatory to community to academic. She enjoys co-facilitating through atypical collaborations. To create various access points, her approach is playful and deliberate and draws from her eclectic experiences with the Gaga movement language, somatic and improvisational methods from dance and theater, choreographic tools, voice, writing, and visual art. Through the integration of these practices, she invites participants into processes of self-discovery and building community, while engaging the senses and cultivating strength, flexibility, stamina, and artistry.

Read about the methods from which she draws here.
Read examples of her teaching and co-facilitation here.