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The Contact Improv Consent Culture Blog publishes content that inquires into and supports the building of consent-based culture in contact improvisation.

What is contact improvisation?
Contact improvisation (also sometimes referred to as CI, contact dance, and contact improv) is a social dance involving touch, in which momentum and weight sharing between two or more people are used to create and inspire dance movements. The dance form is practiced with or without music. Techniques include rolling point of contact, balancing over a partner’s centre of gravity, following momentum, and “listening” with one’s skin surface. Contact dance improvisation is accessible to people with no previous dance training and to people with mixed abilities.

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