One day a friend took me to a Latin club and I couldn’t believe how much fun it was to dance Salsa and Bachata socially, without the pressure of the competitions.
I started dancing in my mother’s belly when she was pregnant with me and couldn’t stop dancing Sevillanas.
Duncan Stark is one of the most experienced and exciting Zouk dancers and performers in Australia, with many highlights in his dancing career.
Dancing has a magical effect in my life, it makes me a happier person.
Through dancing I made many friends and met my wife Aimee, who I competed with across Australia and overseas.
I was really into Hip Hop until my mum convinced me to give Salsa a go. From there on, there was no turning back.
I started dancing at 13 years old. All my childhood and teen years were around dancing and playing soccer.
I took my first ever Salsa class in 2008 and was soon after introduced to Bachata.
It all started back in Venezuela when I was a little girl. I used to watch a kids’ show called The club of the little tigers.
I started dancing Salsa and Bachata until I was introduced to Kizomba. It touched my heart and I haven’t looked back since.
I learnt to dance from my brother and my mother when I was just a little child.
I never took dance classes, but that doesn’t stop me from dancing.
My favourite dance style is Freestyle LOL!
With a good piece of bacon on offer, I can dance anything.
All it took to ignite my passion for dance was a movie called Salsa with the legends Tito Puentes and Cecilia Cruz.
Dancing is a part of my lifestyle and I couldn’t imagine not doing what I love most.