Created in 1972 by Steve Paxton, Contact Improvisation has spread world-wide as a popular mostly duet improvisational dance form. It is practiced by professionals and amateur alike. Paul Langland has been studying, performing and teaching Contact Improvisation since it's beginnings. This course is based on the classic approach to contact, which includes individual and duet warm-up exercises, and duet techniques such as finding a flow in moving together, moving in and out of the floor, weight taking, and partnering skills. This ia a creative, liberating class appropriate for all levels and open to anyone who likes to move.