Sara Bernabeu - Aerial dancer : BIO | Danza Aérea
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Hace trece años escribí: “Todos perseguimos algún objetivo y luchamos por conseguirlo, es nuestro motivo de vivir y somos felices luchando por ello. Es lo que podríamos decir sueño, es aquello que nos mantiene la cabeza ocupada durante todo el día, y nos esforzamos para que algún día este sueño que hemos emprendido llegue a lo mas alto”. Por aquel entonces tenía 16 años y decidí que era el momento de coger la maleta y emprender ese viaje que tanto deseaba, así que impulsada por la ilusión, el inocente deseo de comerme el mundo y el apoyo incondicional de mis padres, que durante toda mi carrera me han acompañado, me traslade a Valencia para empezar mis estudios oficiales de danza.

 

During this period I lived in different cities until finally settling in Barcelona. With a professional degree in Contemporary Dance and a B.Sc. in Educational Psychology, I has also received training in acting and aerial dance including aerial hoop, aerial silk, trapeze, rope and vertical dance. Currently, I am working as a freelance aerial dance teacher and artist, choreographing and producing my own creations.

 

My short and intense experience in this world has made me what I am now. It is fascinating how at the beginning of my career, without knowing what the future held, I described this journey like the flight of a dream, that flight that characterizes my movement. For me the magic of aerial dance is like a light, gentle and elegant flight of a butterfly, those that Silvio Rodriguez described as “silent dancers”.

 

As the prestigious dancer Martha Graham once said, “Our arms start at the back because they were wings before”, wings to fly, to give life to our dreams, to dance with the wind...”