Veronica E. Rodriguez Ojeda

Puerto Rico
Year of starting to practice
1999
Year_of_starting to teach
2007

Has been practicing Contact Improvisation since 1999 and has studied with leading CI teachers including K.J. Holmes, Tim O’Donnell, and Ray Chung. A founding member of Danza Contacto Puerto Rico (DCPR), Veronica has been teaching CI for 10 years in places such as: Washington, New York, Costa Rica and Puerto Rico. Currently living in New York City, in 2018 she co-taught with Michelle Arieh a weekly Pre-Jam class at 100 Grand Dance on Tuesday evenings. She travels often to Puerto Rico to teach and coordinate jams, workshops and other events with DCPR. 

Significant teachers
I am very grateful to have learned from many teachers of various dance disciplines throughout my life. Most influential during my formative years were: K.J. Holmes, David Dorfman, Doug Elkins, Vicky Shick, Viveca Vázquez and Myrna Renaud. In more recent years: Meredith Monk, Tim O'Donnell and Ray Chung, not to mention many people in countless jams with whom I have been able to dance and grow in my practice.