I started dancing when I was 5 years old. Jazz, funk, Hiphop, streetdance and breakdance.
I noticed at an early age that Hip-hop was my thing so I quit every other style.
At the age of 17, I started to teach Hip-hop and I have teaching experience for 11 years now.
Afterwards, I started to teach BBB and aerobics.
Last year I wanted to create something so I started on my own searching for students who wanted to do some power dance in a park outside. It was a success so I collaborate with a dancing school where I give my power dance.
Last year August I found out bachata and salsa. I don’t take classes, I just go to socials and found a dance partner with who I train 2 times a week.
I call dancing the most important PERSON in my life. Without it I’m lost.
If I hear my students talk about my classes, the main things are; energetic and fun.
So these are for me the most important things when you teach.
I think it’s a very good opportunity to encourage women to be more sensual and confident.
For women who are not confident enough to dance, I think a chair is a helping them because it gives dancing another experience.
I wanted to become more sensual in my dancing life and this style will help me with it.