Interested in this discovery of you even in harmonious and energetic gestures? Do not hesitate, join me in! MMaritza ARIZALAFondatrice & Professeur
Maritza Arizala was born 21 October in Colombia.
It is specifically in Cali, the capital of salsa, known for its festive atmosphere, friendly temperament.
Salsa is the identity, the reason to live and the joy of all the days of the cal
Her first dance school was his family with which she grew up in the dance and rhythm. Interested in all artistic training she enrolled at choreography classes but also theatre, puppets, flute, sculpture and ceramics.
Many places have seen it at work: El Instituto Popular de Cultura, Escuela de Danza Shiley Santa, Fundacion Folklorica Yurumangui and later the University Santiago de Cali as well as Universidad del Valle.
She has participated in many shows of salsa, folk dances, modern dance and contemporary dance, as a dancer and as a choreographer. In 1
In 1998, she left the Colombia to discover Europe. She arrived in Paris and enrolled at the University of Paris VIII – Arts du Spectacle reference dance.
In 1999, requested by Ms. Paul, Professor of Spanish at the Institute of Notre Dame at Bourg La Reine, she also worked in the development of a project aimed to motivate the young Hispanic through the salsa, giving her dance in Spanish classes.
The idea who seduces students, parents, and direction, it proposes now to train students in primary schools. That same year she decides to start her own dance school, the Academia de Salsa colombiana Maritza Ar
In his teaching, respect above all its tradition and donated techniques which were transmitted to it in a spirit of freedom, solidarity and creativity. His main concern being to accompany the learner in his search for the safe gesture, wishing that “its effort become fun.
Currently, it provides of Colombian salsa, cumbia, zumba classes and bolero in Paris in various Parisian dance schools as the Centre de Danse du Marais, Studio Harmonic and at the University of Paris VIII.
Interview with Maritza Arizala in Publicard Latino Conociendonos
Maritza gives lessons, tutoring and internships of Colombian salsa, zumba and Latin American dances (merengue, cumbia, bachata,...) for adults and adolescents in the heart of Paris (Bastille and Town Hall).
Whether you are a beginner or Cuban or Puerto Rican salsa dancer, you are welcome.
You will learn steps, towers and figures that characterize the calena salsa and for those who wish to combine intense physical effort and fun, zumba is made for you!
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