Paula Josa-Jones is a dancer, choreographer, writer, visual artist, somatics educator, and equestrian whose embodied research nourishes improvisational practice in work and play. She works with dancers, visual artists, actors, writers, horse people, groups, and individuals of all backgrounds who seek new ways to approach movement and creative practice. She will speak to her past work, influences, and current activist project focused on a river in Vermont.
“At the core of my work is a passion for movement that springs from an unpredictable, limitless aliveness in the body. Being in the body means experiencing it in a bloodful, breathing way that is transformative and improvisational - diving into the deep waters of the body and all its wild possibility.”