Partner Practice explores complicit interaction. It uses interconnecting exercises for moving together. It synthesizes techniques and processes from diverse contexts, including Jerzy Grotowski’s laboratory theatre processes, Southern Indian hereditary movement forms and Japanese and Chinese marital arts. The practice’s sequencing interlinks principles from Gabrielle Roth’s five rhythms and Laban’s effort-actions. The practice can be done indoors or outside. Its duration can vary from thirty to ninety minutes. It can be done in silence or to the accompaniment of live or recorded music. It progresses through varying degrees of contact, from fingertips to full-body, from skin-to-skin intimacy to exchanges that stretch across great distances. A close rapport is sustained regardless of any changes in proximity or speed, especially when introducing careful challenges exploring erratic rhythms.