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Bellydance Workshop by Veronica Vital

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Bellydance Workshop by Veronica Vital
Bellydance Workshop by Veronica Vital

Time & Location

Sep 29, 2023, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

San Antonio, 14353-A Blanco Rd, San Antonio, TX 78216, USA


About the event


Verónica Vital, hailing from Puebla, Mexico, is a multifaceted dance artist with a rich background in Modern Dance, Art History, and Mexican Folk Dance. Certified in Oriental Dance, Jazz Dance, and an international performer and choreographer. Her Neobellydance methodology is reshaping the world of fusion and experimental dance. Join her Bellydance Workshop for a transformative dance experience.

  • September 29th
  • 7 to 9 PM 
  • Art & Dance Studio 

By Verónica Vital 

Bio: Verónica Vital Yep, originally from Puebla, Mexico, pursued a Bachelor's degree in Modern Dance, a Bachelor's degree in Art History, and a Technical degree in Mexican Folk Dance at the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP).

She earned certification in Oriental Dance from the Argentine school Arabian Dance School, studying under the guidance of master Amir Thaleb and preparation by master Yousef Constantino.

Verónica also trained in Jazz Dance at Sisti Dance Place, led by master Carlos Sisti.

She has been invited as a teacher, dancer, and judge to various events across Mexico, Cuba, Costa Rica, Argentina, and Uruguay.

In 2016, she undertook a journey through several cities in the Middle East, including Cairo, Luxor, Alexandria, and Aswan, to further her training and development.

Throughout her career, Verónica has received numerous mentions and awards both with her dance company and as an individual dancer:

- 2nd place in Oriental Fusion at Ahlan wa Sahlan competition (Cairo, Egypt, 2016)

- Best Mexican Dancer mention in the 2016 International Congress of Arab Dance (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, 2016)

- 1st place in professional group category at the International Congress of Arab Dance (Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, 2016)

- 1st place in Oriental Fusion group competition (Mexico City, 2015)

- 2nd and 3rd place in the Belly Oriental Crown competition (Mexico City, 2016)

- 1st place in group competition Dum Tak (Puebla City, 2018)

- 1st place in group competition Miss Bellydance Mexico (Mérida, 2019)

- 1st place in group competition Mexican Raks Fest (Mexico City, 2020), among others.

In 2015, she was selected for the international show Bellydance Evolution for the production "Alice in Wonderland," and in 2018 for a special character in "Fantasm 1001 Nights." She also collaborated with the Bellydance Evolution company as a choreographer in their recent productions "The wonderful Wizard Of Oz" and "The Jungle Book."

In 2018, Verónica choreographed and danced with the Arabian Dance Company in their production "La silla" under master Amir Thaleb's direction in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

She also danced in the work of Israeli choreographer Orly Portal, titled "Rabía," in 2019.

From 2019 to the present, she's part of the first Mexican company of Egyptian master Mohamed Kazzafy, "Kazzafy Troupe."

Verónica has been part of various contemporary dance companies, ballroom dance ensembles, and jazz dance groups. For six consecutive years, she has produced and directed theatrical Oriental dance shows:

Avem (2013)

Fémina (2014)

Raks Latino (2015)

Tierra de brujas (2016)

Metauterino (2017)

Mexicanías (2018)

Currently, she works at the Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Puebla. She is the director of IDAF (Institute of Arab and Fusion Dance), a school she founded, and teaches in the Bachelor's program in Scenic Dance at CESS (Center for Higher Studies SISTI).

Verónica also leads her own dance company, where she blends movement languages with Oriental Dance as the guiding principle. Additionally, for over 9 years, she has been developing a methodology aimed at facilitating composition and teaching in the fields of fusion and experimental dance, drawing from the techniques and movement impulses of Middle Eastern dances: Neobellydance. 

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