The dance practice and the choreographic work of Gyula Cserepes comes from a focus on rhythm. For the last few years he has been researching the essence of dancing and how dance could be perceived better when performed. During this one week of research, he would propose various tools and ideas to play with. Keeping an open mind and curiosity, Gyula would like to invite the participants to think together about the ways in which dance could be embodied instead of being made. About various ways of observing and listening to the movements of another person. The basic aim of this workshop is to create new practices of connecting and communicating better, using the language of our bodies.