I started dancing breakdance in 2005, and in 2014, I begin to explore the possibilities of contemporary dance. After several years of personal practice, during the summer of 2016, I traveled to India to become a Yoga teacher. Although I am officially a Graduate in Psychology, with a Master of Positive Psychology, dance and yoga have been two of my passions that complement my lifestyle.


My approach to dance is characterized by my background in Breakdance, with a strong physicality with an emphasis in floorwork and acrobatics. Besides, I have received influences from butoh and physical theater, which makes me move in an unpredictable and broken way on many occasions. Although I haven’t received a formal education in dance, I don’t stop attending workshops and classes in order to learn from different dancers and techniques. My career has gone through the creation of solos (Breathe all the way out (2015); Gregor Samsa (2015)), group performances in public spaces (Archetypes Kinetics (2015), participation in different pieces (No exit (2015); The world is our body (2015)) and directing a youth musical (Estoy Contigo (2016)).


Yoga has been the balance between dance and psychology. After having a spiritual experience in 2014, I realized the immense potential of our spirituality. Then, I became interested in meditation, yoga and other spiritual practices. A couple of years later, I decided to go a step further and I went to India to receive a more formal education, in order to be able to share my practice with other people. My sessions can vary from different relaxing and soft exercises to a more difficult inverted and balanced asanas.


Currently, I am living in Brussels (Belgium) working as a dance and yoga teacher, and volunteering as a researcher in the Center for Psychology of Religion in the Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium).