Michelle Ramos is an international ballerina, choreographer and teacher. She is a performance & choreography specialist with a focus on ballet, contemporary dance, and the development of the MindBody as an instrument of art.
Ms. Ramos is a university professor and also teaches at conservatories, offers master classes for companies and creates original choreography. She continues to perform as a guest artist.
Pr. Ramos holds an MFA in Performance & Choreography on a talent and dean scholarship from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts; a BFA in Ballet and Contemporary Dance on a merit scholarship from the Boston Conservatory; a Yoga teaching certification from the Perri Institute for Mind and Body in New York City and is an alumna of the National School of Classical and Contemporary Dance in Mexico City where she studied in the eight year track as Ballerina Executant of Classical Dance and under the tutelage of Lourdes Trevino.
Ms. Ramos diverse performance experiences include: The National Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City, with presidential performances; Raul Flores Canelo and television. She has traveled extensively as a dance artist being on visit with companies such as Compañía Nacional de Danza and Gemma Morado, Madrid; National Theatre Ballet and Lucie Holankova, Prague; Giada Ferrone, Ballet Du Grand Theatre de Geneve; Gyor National Ballet of Hungary and Staatsballett Berlin. She has also shared the stage with Whoopi Golberg and Robin Williams.
Michelle Ramos is the creator of IMAGINANZA and continues to collaborate with composers, filmmakers, designers, photographers, architects, engineers & further artists.
Additionally, Ms. Ramos was sponsored by Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and the Pennsylvania Foundation for Parkinson's to become a Dance for Parkinson's teacher through the Mark Morris Dance group.
Her current research regards performance efficiency through the nourishment of specific mind body connections. For more information visit www.imaginanza.com