Since 2014, we have developed a particular methodology for leading workshops, which mixes the Bauhaus heritage with the Halprin's RSVP Cycle, and completes it with contemporary performance practices. During our classes, we use costumes, masks, accessories in experimental, movement-oriented, improvisation exercises, create solo and group performances, develop critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration. Theoretical, practical, and interdisciplinary at the same time, each workshop focus either on a particular issue (eg. Gender stereotypes ; Social norms ; Women empowerment ; The queer body ; Healing and resistance ; Contemporary rituals...) or deals with a more general theme (eg. The relation between theory/text/performance ; The choreographical potential of the garment ; The use of photography in performance practice...).