As an Elite vocational dance school, we aspire to be at the forefront internationally, as providers of a unique, professional dance training program that produces dancers with a distinctive style.
We strive to balance technique and artistry with educational needs and holistic care to develop the artistic leaders of the future.
Ayala Royal Ballet creates a fun and loving atmosphere in their classroom. We believe in building strong self-esteem and inspiring the talent within you at an early age, which will carry over to the strong development of a child’s character in all aspects of their life.
Originally from Mexico City, Myriam graduated from the Royal Academy of Dance in 2006, and as well as dancing classical ballet professionally, she has been inspiring the next generation for over 10 years, in Mexico City, London, Paris, Spain, New York, and Miami.
She attended the best teaching programs at the most prestigious ballet institutions such as The Paris Opera Ballet and The Royal Ballet School in London. The progressive dancing technique in US and continues her teaching education at the Royal Academy of Dance.
She founded Ayala Royal Ballet in 2018 as a project in the Miami Hispanic Cultural Arts Center where her student base quickly grew and decided to move into a beautiful boutique space in Brickell, Miami where she has over 100 students. Ayala Royal Ballet creates a fun and loving atmosphere in their classroom. We believe in building strong self-esteem and inspiring the talent within you at an early age, which will carry over to the strong development of a child’s character in all aspects of their life.
Professional Dance Career
Upon graduating Myriam started dancing at Ballet Hidalguense now Dance Fit "Impulso al Talento Mexicano" where she had the opportunity to work with Humberto Becerra.
In 2011 She was invited to join Tampa Ballet Theatre for her debut season as a principal dancer where she performed the Suite of Paquita. Later on, Mrs. Myriam made her way to NYC to dance with Ballet des Amériques, Brooklyn Ballet and Buglisi Dance Theatre at the Lincoln Center on the 9/11 WTC tribute.
In 2013 Myriam was invited as a principal dancer with Brandon Ballet where she danced for four years all classical ballet and contemporary new pieces as well.
Mrs. Myriam moved to Miami in 2017 and started teaching for Miami City Ballet School while dancing with Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami directed by Jennifer Kronenberg and Carlos Guerra. Now she dances with the Cuban Classical Ballet and devotes every breathing second to her Dance Academy and bringing happiness to her students.
Mayrel began her training in 1998 at the National Ballet School in Havana, Cuba at the age of 7. During her training there, she had ballet masters such as Alicia Alonso, Fernando Alonso, Aurora Boch, Loipa Araujo, Lazaro Carreño, Azari Plissetski, Ramona de Saa, Maria Elena Llorente, Marta Iris Fernandez, among others. In 2006 she joined the Cuban National Ballet Company and danced there for 10 years, under direction of Alicia Alonso, where she danced up the ranks to become a soloist.
She graduated with honors in 2015 at the Art Superior Institute in Cuba, achieving a Bachelors in Fine Arts with a Major in Dance. Now she dances Principal Soloist roles with the Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami and with Dimensions dance Theater of Miami.
Mayrel has performed featured roles in much of the company’s rich classical repertoire including; Giselle, Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, Coppelia, Don Quixote, Nutcracker, Carmen, among others.
Mayrel worked as a ballet teacher for two years at National Ballet School of Cuba. She joined Ayala Royal Ballet last year and she is super happy to share her love of dance with you!
Rommy, from La Habana, Cuba studied at the Cuban National Ballet School where she learned classical ballet and flamenco. Upon graduating she was selected among the best graduates of the school to join”The Ballet Español de Cuba” one of the best flamenco and ballet companies in Habana, where she danced for 6 years as a soloist.
Romy studied a “Bolero and Flamenco Specialty” at Amor de Dios in Spain where she learned the Flamenco Technique in their Home Country Spain.
Later on Romy joined the “Sahara Layla Company” in Japan the most recognized and important dance school and dance company in the city of Nagoya and who allowed her to go to competitions in New York, Miami and Spain where She obtained many medals and first place as dance group on 2015 and 2016.