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Sara López started dancing at the age of five, studied ballet for 15 years and obtained the certificate of The Royal Ballet of London with the qualification of Honors.
During this period she supplemented her training with 9 years of Flamenco, 4 years of Contemporary Dance and various Jazz and Funk courses with nationally recognized teachers. She belonged to the Ballet Joven África Guzmán for 4 years playing soloist roles.
At the age of 17 she trained in Belly Dancing for one year and at 19 she started out with Latin Rhythms, putting on shows and teaching Online Salsa, Bachata and Bachatango workshops with various dance partners nationally for 3 years. At 21 she started learning Hip-Hop and at 22 she travelled to Los Angeles (California, USA) to train with internationally renowned choreographers for 3 months.
Her sense of responsibility and perfection is always present in her professional career, so that she continues training in this dance style through occasional courses and trips to L.A., while perfecting her technique by courses on Contemporary Dance, Tips, Ground and Aerial Acrobatics, etc.
She works teaching Hip-Hop, Latin Rhythms and Kizomba, while also doing jobs as a dancer for video-clips, spots and TV programs. Sara started Kizomba in late 2009 dancing in a show with Albir Rojas and competing in the qualifying rounds of the Africadançar contest in Madrid, being selected to represent Spain in this international championship and earning Second Position in the 2010 Event. Following this competition she started giving workshops and performances all over Europe, but her popularity increased and her talent was very soon recognized and the videos were quickly disseminated through social networks giving her the international fame that has allowed her to travel, besides Europe, North America, Central America, Asia and Oceania.
For about two years, she continued her solo career, giving workshops and representing her own choreography all over the world until February 2015, date on which she decides to continue her work with a new dance partner, Reda Becili.