In the last years, most of my research has focalized in practice-led theory by movement and dancing oriented workshops aimed for different kinds of groups: social and professional dancers, equality and diversity professionals in need of new methods training, gender/transfeminist and race/decolonial or diversity activists and artists, and general public, in different contexts such as universities, conferences, festivals, meetings, and public and private institutions. My research goal in all of these activities is testing how dances like tango and contact improvisation can be applied as a method for social and political change, moving mindsets as well as bodies. Sometimes I do these explicitly, through experiences aimed at different audiences, as general public, educational environments, social and professional dancers, social workers…and other times I hide it under “dance” courses.