One aspect of May's artistic choreographic work takes form in teaching. May teaches both practice and theory and seeks to bridge between the two. She gives workshops and annual courses in: choreography; improvisation; a course dealing with the possible relation between music and dance; professional training of contemporary movement practice; lectures dealing with the relation of choreography to other artistic mediums etc.
In recent years May has been teaching in:
The School of Visual theater, Jerusalem, Israel.
Kelim center, Bat Yam, Israel.
Jerusalem Academy of music and dance, Ms. Anat Shamgar.
K3 Hamburg, Germany.
Shenkar Institute, Department of Interior Building Environment Design, Israel, Prof. Yael Moria.
Simulator program for experienced dancers, directed by Sharon Zuckerman Weiser and Moshe Avshalom Shechter, Tel Aviv, Israel
Giessen University, CUP MA program for choreography, Germany, Prof. Doc. Bojana Kunst.
Maslool Tel Aviv, professional training program directed by Neomie Perlov & Offir Dagan, Tel Aviv, Israel
Tanzlabor_21, Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt.
May also curates a series of video screenings of performances, called CINEMAY, of pieces that are no longer being performed or haven't been to Israel so far. The idea is to momentarily extend the "shelf life" of a performance, as well as to expose the Israeli audience to types of works, which they might less familiar with. The screenings are accompanied by a contextual introduction.
May has also created choreographic work for students.
The following works have been commissioned by Maslool Tel Aviv:
"ensemble" (2011) - piece for 6 performers
"solo with" (2010) - piece for 8 performers
"sketch + metronom" (2010) - piece for 6 performers
"ab-sense" (2009) - piece for 9 performers