Born in venezuela, raised in the middle of the holidays and learning with my family and friends how to dance salsa when I was 11 years old I began to dance salsa, eventually the dance took me to travel countries like colombia, panama, germany, turkey where I was a professor of salsa, and other Latin rhythms for people who wanted to learn about this beautiful rhythm.
I believe that music is a big part of me and I think that dancing makes you feel free and helps regenerate the skin, emotions and feelings.
I enjoy meeting new people, and teaching how fun and liberal it can be to dance.
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I consider that to dance you must feel the music and the movement, my easiest way of explaining is teaching how to hear music and how to feel the rhythm in the body that way you can communicate with the rhythm of your body and with the emotions generated by it.
I have danced all my life the rhythms that my grandparents taught me, my grandmother was a dancer since I was a child she taught me, I do not have degrees obtained by schools because salsa is not learned in an academy but you learn by listening to the sounds and enjoying the music you do not need a title for that.