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Within my dance practice, I have also gained valuable experience as a dance teacher.


I have had the privilege of teaching a wide range of dance styles, including ballet, contemporary, yoga, street dance and theater workshops in primary and secondary schools, as well as dance schools.

Furthermore, I have had the opportunity to lead professional dance classes at different training centers such as Trip Space, Centre 151 in the UK, Dance Gallery in Italy, and various others.


I have also experience in delivering dance for well-being in various settings, including care facilities and community centers, to a diverse range of individuals, spanning from young people to adults and elderly individuals. This teaching experience has allowed me to not only share my passion for dance but also witness the transformative power of movement as a means of promoting physical and emotional well-being across different age groups and backgrounds. It has been a rewarding journey that has enriched both my own dance practice and my ability to connect with and inspire others through movement.


In my teaching practice, I have a strong inclination to integrate dance with physical theater tasks to create a highly creative and physically engaging learning environment, free of judgment. 

This approach allows people to explore the expressive and storytelling aspects of movement and it encourages them to step out of their comfort zones, experiment with different movement vocabularies, and channel their emotions and narratives through their physical expressions. It promotes a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness between body, emotion,consciousness and storytelling, enabling people to become more well-rounded and expressive beings.

I am excited to continue to foster a deeper connection with the community of different artists and further honing my skills as an instructor and educator in the world of dance.

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