The collective term contemporary dance is generally understood as the choreographic stage art of the present. In the last decade it has evolved from the US american modern dance and is the complete opposite of classical ballet. It lives of contrasts and opposites , lift and drop , tension and relaxation. But above all by movements that are very close to earth. The contact with the ground and the enormous "floor tecniques" are concise here. Turns, twists and jumps are equally part of the lesson. The beauty lies particularly in the dynamics and the magnitude of movement. For me it is more important to convey how to move through the room with great movements, rather than obtaining a perfect technique.