Felice Wolfzahn

Felice Wolfzahn is a veteran teacher of Contact Improvisation, teaching in colleges and dance centers for over 25 years. She holds a BFA from the Juilliard School and a Masters degree from Bennington College where she has been teaching Contact Improvisation since 1996. Felice has performed and collaborated with other artists including Daniel Lepkoff, Patrick Crowley, and Catherine Sands. Her teachers have included Nancy Stark Smith and Steve Paxton. Felice’s work combines investigations into Authentic Movement and contemporary dance technique as well. Felice is interested in how dance can be instructional as well as healing, and incorporate the whole self into its investigations. Felice is a guest artist at Wesleyan University this semester and a regular adjunct dance professor in the five colleges.  She is also a physical therapist assistant and body worker. 

Photo credit: Leah Masci