As well as dancing Myriam has been inspiring the next generation for over 10 years, in Mexico City, Tampa, New York and Miami.She attended the best teaching programs at the most prestigious ballet institutions in France, United Kingdom and United States such as:
- The Cross Threads Program" teachers certification at the Paris Opera Ballet School, created over 300 years ago under the reign of Louis XIV, with a worldwide reputation and outstanding excellence in teaching, they offered a unique opportunity every year to only 30 pianists and dance teachers from all around the world.
-The Royal Ballet School Observation Program, delivered at the School’s state-of-the-art studios in Covent Garden, London and White Lodge, Richmond. Some of the topics viewed include; classical ballet technique, anatomy, education practice, reflective practice, psychology and child development.
Professional Dance Career
Originally from Mexico City, graduated from the Royal Academy of Dance and continued her training at the summer school of The National Ballet of Cuba. Upon graduating Myriam received her extra training at Dance Fit "Impulso al talento Mexicano" where she had the opportunity to work with Humberto Becerra.
In 2011 She joined Tampa Ballet Theatre for one season as a principal dancer where she debuted with the Suite of Paquita, for later on make her way to NYC to danced with Ballet des Amériques, on the highly acclaimed choreography “Nos ici et d’ailleurs” . While in NYC she also performed with Brooklyn Ballet and Buglisi Dance Theatre at the Lincoln Center on the 9/11 WTC tribute.
Myriam moved to Miami on 2017 and started teaching for Miami City Ballet. Recently debuted with Dimensions Dance Theatre of Miami directed by former MCB dancers Jennifer Kronenberg and Carlos Guerra.
From La Habana, Cuba Romy 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.
Irma started her studies of Classical and Mexican Folklore Dance in Mexico City. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of her own school in Veracruz, Mexico with more than 18 years "Danz Art Centro de Arte Integral" her Mexican students have been awarded with scholarships and special prizes all around the world.
A professional dancer and registered teacher of the Royal Academy of Dance, London England since 1999.
Irma is a licensed teacher of “Silver Swans" which is a classical ballet program for adults and seniors 55 and up.
Bachelor in Human Communication with specialty in Dance therapist. She has worked with children and teenagers with different abilities for more than 15 years
Actually, she is a tutor and supervisor for the Royal Academy of Dance London in the United States, Mexico and Central America.
Mia Michele Redding found her love for dance at the age of 3. Redding trained at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in New York City. She taught at Sarasota Ballet season 2016 & 2017.
She began her performance career working with well-respected choreographers and companies such as MTV, Earl Mosley Institute of the Arts, Ringling Arts Festival and Fuzion Dance Artists.
Redding obtained her BFA degree in Dance Performance and Choreography graduating Summa Cum Laude from the University of Florida.
Redding created several works funded by The Department of Education through the Project Prevent (P2) Program and in the partnership with the Sarasota Against Violence (SAVE) Project, which focused on anti-bullying and investigating ways on how the youth can support one another by building community through traditional West African Dance and Contemporary choreography.
In 2018, she was a selected scholar for the Women in Dance Leadership Conference where she presented her published work titled To feel, so WE can be, which focused on the intersectionality race, gender and the role in freedom from a Black Woman’s perspective. In 2018, Now she holds the position as Dance coordinator and teacher at KIPP Miami Sunrise Academy in Miami, Florida and is happy to be joining our team!