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For me, dance is both a means of expression and a source of pleasure. Furthermore, it is often said that we were passionate about dance before becoming a profession.
The choice I have made today is to dedicate my life to dance. I will focus on transmission and education, intending to make it accessible to everyone.

“Any movement can be dance as long as it has been decided.”

Robert Ellis Dunn

I believe dance should be "visible and seen" in every sense. On stage, as well as in the studio, on the street, on television, during ceremonies and celebrations, everywhere. My teaching project consists of accompanying, helping, and, above all, providing students with the tools to be successful by observing them, providing them with guidance, and providing them with the tools to succeed.

To me, it is essential to value the commitment and effort of the students, as dancing requires a great deal of effort and hours of training for ephemeral results. As a result, I encourage students to integrate that it is more important to focus on the journey (=how you arrive) rather than the destination (=what you accomplish).

The keys to success in dance are determination, commitment, and perseverance.


No matter your level, age, or experience, the most critical thing is to develop, not perform.

Dance must remain a pleasure, a means of learning while being able to make mistakes.

Allow yourself to take time for yourself!


Learning is an important step, but the most important thing is being able to use the “dance” material to develop your own identity. To develop your own language, take the initiative and transmit the pleasure of dance. To reuse everything that is learned in a different way and to put it into practice.


Developing confidence in yourself and others is essential to progress serenely. Thus, making mistakes will not be viewed as a sign of failure but as a sign of learning.

Ensure you are listened to, respected, valued, and encouraged to achieve your goals and abilities.


The classes will respect the bodies by incorporating in-depth knowledge of anatomy and physiology in order to prevent pathological movements and problems caused by poor postures.

Having fun while dancing is great, but being safe is even better!

teaching approach

From beginner to professional


Technical approach


Solid foundations

Autonomy of students

I am teaching children from the age of three to professional adults. As a teacher, I adapt my pedagogy according to the public and their needs. I strive to create a comfortable and safe learning environment where everyone is encouraged to ask questions and share their thoughts and ideas. I also focus on developing my students' critical thinking skills and helping them become independent learners.
As a teacher, I provide students with keys and tools for understanding and evolution in dance. By teaching different styles and techniques, I help students discover their individual strengths and weaknesses. This allows them to reach their full potential and find their unique dance approach. Ultimately, I strive to foster self-expression and creativity in each student.

My goal is to emphasize anatomical awareness in my classes and construct the body stratum-by-stratum: mobility of the column, work of the supports (inking, relationship to the ground, etc.), pliés, and spatialization.

My teaching and my dance are committed to a dynamic approach involving center work in relation to the ground. The dance styles I offer utilize velocity concerning energy, space, flow, and quality changes to create contrast. The idea is to feel the qualities and expressiveness of each gesture so that it is perceptible, alive, and sensitive.

I teach technical and demanding classes because I believe it is essential to pass on solid foundations so each student can grasp them and become independent. I firmly believe that this type of teaching will help them in the long run, giving them a greater understanding of the material and the ability to develop their skills. I also believe that my teaching style will help them become more capable of tackling new and more complex challenges. This type of teaching also encourages creativity, hybridity refers to transversality and independent thinking, which are essential skills in the modern workplace. It also helps students to develop problem-solving skills and the ability to think critically.

Finally, it provides a solid foundation to build on, so they can continue learning and developing their skills.

“His style as a contemporary dance teacher reflects his image: complete, cheerful but demanding.”


Journalist for Dauphiné Libéré newspaper


Techniques studied



Fall and recovery

Movement of breath through the body

Perspective notions of isolation, succession, initiation


Spatial Awareness

Torso and Legwork

Rhythmic Accuracy



Contract & Release

Breathing and impulse control


Falls, the body's center of gravity, and timing and direction of a fall


Matt Mattox

Upper and lower body isolation, dissociation, and association

Body rhythm


Approach of flexibility, strength, and coordination



Quick footwork

No visible effort

Great attention is paid to the shape and placement of the arms


Ensure precision


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Techniques: what do they mean?

Looking for a technical dance course?
In this post, you will find some reading keys to help you find the right teacher for you. This article views the technique as being intrinsically linked to the teacher. This is because the teacher is central to the student's learning experience, and the technique they teach is an extension of their own vision.

The purpose here is not to identify who is a good or bad teacher but to identify the teacher you need based on what you are looking for (goal/motivation).

My thesis

"The disciplinary issue as subject to the personality of the teacher during the transmission of contemporary dance technical courses at the London Contemporary Dance School."  (2021)