The Animal Instinct practice is an ongoing research project that examines the potential of the human body in motion. The body of work of the Animal Instinct practice incorporates information from various disciplines of movement, offering hundreds of drills and exercises. We provide a broad range of tools borrowed from science as well as art to study our body, to understand movement and communicate physically. Explore basic movement patterns such as waves, spirals and figures of eight. Move across the floor, turn, jump, fall, rise, push, be pushed, support, fly, roll and crawl. Study fixed forms, compose sequences and improvise your own movements. Come to awaken your animal instinct!
is the founder of the Animal Instinct practice and Movement Lab – a vehicle for realising his choreographic work. His practice is influenced by his rich background in contemporary dance, Chinese martial arts, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, contact improvisation, the Feldenkrais method, applied anatomy and more.
In the course of the last decade, he has devoted himself to educating people from all over the globe about more beneficial types of movement, and to reflecting upon urgent social phenomena through the medium of performance art. His passion for research and discovery drives him to expand his knowledge and understanding on a daily basis and to progress as a human being.