My dance class revolves around the desire to embody the present moment within a safe environment. Through somatics, improvisation, and compositional skills, Present Mass training encourages a movement research based on my personal, social, and political need as a trans person to create more spaces where we can move together as a collective, exploring group dynamics while remaining present in our own bodies and perspectives. Present Mass unfolds in three distinct stages. In the first stage, we delve into body mapping and engage in self-movement conversations to locate our individual bodies within the space. The second stage focuses on connecting and forging our identity as a group. Finally, in the last stage, we embrace various possibilities for the group to coexist as a collective of individuals who exercise agency and respect personal boundaries. This practice embraces the notion of a diverse and biographical body, going beyond mere technical proficiency. As a somatic practitioner and facilitator, I actively encourage exploration through different social and political perspectives, resulting in a series of playful and progressive exercises. These exercises, simple in nature, aim to transform the dance class into a playground where the primary goal is to engage your mind with your body, fostering presence and awareness within the space. We will bounce, dance for each other, run, roll, scream, jump, walk, transform, draw the space, and migrate within it. We will be together for an hour and a half, cultivating an open and inclusive environment. The class welcomes individuals who are eager to move within the present space, utilizing their bodies to explore performativity through presence, responsibility, awareness, and safety. During the class, there may be physical contact, laughter, tears, discussions, confusion, and the unknown. Prior to attending, please ensure that you are prepared to reset your expectations and feel comfortable with these elements. This will allow each person to be responsive to others while remaining independent.