Dancer. He was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1979. He started his studies in contemporary dance as an interpreter in the Fundación-Escuela, Danza de Caracas, under the direction of Yuri Cavalieri.
He danced for the Taller de Danza de Caracas company and was guest dancer at the Teresa Carreño Theater Ballet and with the independent companies: Dramo, Rastro Dance Company based in New York, Felix Rucker, Linda Rubin, Lourdes Luna, among others. In 2005 he obtained a grant from the National Council of Culture (CONAC) participating in an exchange of studies with the Higher Institute of Arts ISA in Havana, Cuba. In 2014 he won the grand in the Scenic Creator Program of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts.
Alfredo Fernández Valdés /
42 years of experience in Chinese martial arts, 20 years in Tai Ji (Tai Chi) and 20 years in Chi Kung. -3 ° Duan or Degree in Qigong (Chi Kung) for Health. Certified by the International Qigong Federation for Health, through the Chinese Association of Qigong for Health.
He hold the position of Technical Director of the Daoyin Qigong Institute for Health and President of the Mexican Association of Qigong for Health.
Geraldine Cardiel /
Mexican dancer and choreographer. She is a certified teacher at the Feldenkrais Institute in New York, a graduate of the Professional Studies Program of the Limón Institute in New York. In Mexico she collaborated with choreographers such as Lourdes Luna, Marcela Aguilar, Sunny Savoy, Karen Mullen and Stephen Petronio. In the United States with Alan Danielson, Kazumi Taoka, Mary Seidman, Sue Bernhard, Jannis Brenner, Tony Silva, among others. Artists such as Alan Danielson, Natalia Porter, Simone Forti, Tere O'Connor, Stephen Petronius, Doug Varone, Anne Bogart have inspired and influenced their approach to the processes of creation.
The choreography of Geraldine Cardiel, has been produced in New York by the Limón Institute, by the Festivals and forums DanceNow, The Local Produce, Joyce Soho Presents, Mexico Now. She is part of the teaching team of the Limón Institute of New York and has been a guest teacher in countries such as Finland, Spain, Colombia, England and Mexico, teaching Technique and assembling her own repertoire. In Mexico City, she worked as a teacher at the National School of Theater Arts and at the Contemporary Dance School of Ollin Yolliztli Cultural Center as a head teacher in the corporal area.