Choreographer and teacher Melissa Morán is a certified Dance Instructor in Classical Ballet and graduated from “Escuela Superior de Música y Danza de Monterrey” (Superior School of Music and Dance of Monterey), in México. During her years of study within the docent program she obtained deep knowledge of the Cuban ballet method which was consolidated by the world renowned, Alicia Alonso (prima ballerina assoluta) and Fernando Alonso, founders of the National Ballet of Cuba.
The Cuban ballet method provides a student with maximum athletic capabilities, along with graceful, harmonic and precise movements of the entire body. This method within the dance school of Monterrey not only has been constantly evaluated by the current director of the National Ballet School of Cuba, Ramona de Saa, but has also produced some of the most famous dancers today and future stars of the modern ballet world.
Over the years, Melissa has accumulated the experience to train award winning young students and adults from beginner to professional levels not only in México but also in Vienna, Austria and currently in Israel. Great part of her dance training over has been in jazz, ballet, contemporary, modern and flamenco and in addition has trained in professional courses and workshops in Mexico City, Amsterdam, New York City, Seattle, Vienna and Tel Aviv with world notable teachers such as Robert Hill, Mina Hachar, Alejandro Vargas, Irina Provorova, Christine Ferrando, Roberto Machado, Dalyris Valladares, Judit Szabo, Edit Lafranco, Ohad Naharin, Sharon Eyal, Yasmeen Godder, Patricia Aharoni, Salim Gauwloos, Joey Dowling, Jose de la Cruz and more.