Rumba Flamenca Moruna for Mediterranean TV (Spain)

OMG what a special performance this one was, dancing at the shores of the Mediterranean sea!.

I gladly spent several weeks working on this choreography to be performed at a major TV appearance.

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Zambra Dance and Interview at UNIVISION

Puela Lunaris performs Zambra and is interviewed at Univision, the largest Spanish speaking TV network in the US.

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Tele 5 - National News in Spain

Puela Lunaris is featured on Informativos Tele 5 - National News in her native Spain- for her work as a dancer and researcher. Her innovative online school is also highlighted.

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Gypsy Skirt Dance Improvisation with Beatbox Guitar

Today, I want to share with you how traditional Spanish gypsy skirt moves go with contemporary world-class fusion music.

Using the moves you learn on the exciting online course Spanish Gypsy Skirt...

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Rumba Flamenca in Babylon

Performing a Rumba Flamenca in my barefoot Flamenco signature style
at the Throne Room of Alexander the Great in the ancient city of Babylon
was truly a life changing experience!

Ever since I...

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Zambra Mora at the Omega Institute

Here I am performing Zambra at a Special Event in honor of Ram Dass at the Omega Institute, the largest holistic studies institute in the US, where I used to be core faculty.  

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Puela Lunaris starring at the Opera Flamenca Xeb-Alamar (Teatro de la Villa- Madrid-Spain)

Starring as a soloist guest performer with the legendary Opera Flamenca Xeb-Alamar in Spain's most prominent Theater was not only a huge highlight in my career, but also a super fun experience.

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Whirling at "Los Moritos" (Trujillo- Spain)

Performing my Whirling Dance of the Universe in my ancestral land in Southwestern Spain

Click here to learn whirling online with me. Or click here if you want to host a workshop

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Planetary Gypsy Choreography (Tangos Flamencos)

 

 

Here I am performing in New York City my choreo Planetary Gypsy  inspired by the way I have seen in Spain our Gitana grandmother dance with their skirts. Long Life to the Baile...

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