Flamenco-Therapy came up on 2003 from a crossroad between dance, education, anthropology and the work done with women. It was born from the desire of drawing flamenco out of the stage and taking it to the therapeutic field, exploiting the richness and strength of its innumerable movements for women to make the dance their own.

Working with women who suffer from different social problems was the key to finally grant flamenco this approach and use. Thanks to this work, I became aware that many of the difficulties developed by these women due to the circumstances gone through (low self-esteem, lack of assertiveness, insecurity, etc) could be bodily treated using flamenco. It just had to be found the way to make the interchange possible. This is how I began conceiving the idea of turning flamenco into a device for women personal development.