Cuban dancer, teacher, and choreographer. Graduated from the University of the Arts ISA. in Cuba. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Dance Art, Modern and Contemporary dance profile. Master in Theoretical
Studies of dance.
As a dancer, she has danced modern and contemporary dance, dance theater, folkloric, and popular Cuban dance in various dance companies. She worked for 12 years as a teacher at the University of the Arts ISA. Giving classes in corporal expression and choreographic composition to the three dance profiles, contemporary, folkloric, and ballet. She also taught in various additional institutions: the National School of Dance ENA, various universities in Nicaragua, and dance schools in the Dominican Republic, Italy, Romania, India, and now Germany. She was one of the founding teachers of the famous dance school “La Casa del Son” in Havana.
In 2014 the Council of the Performing Arts of Cuba, evaluated her as a choreographer, for being the choreographer of the show Rent, the first work directed in Cuba between Broadway artists and Cuban artists. She has worked choreographing shows for various theater, dance operas, and musical theater. companies. As a choreographer and Artistic Director she has created her own dance theater works, which have been premiered in the main Havana theaters. In which she worked with dancers, actors, and musicians.
Lynet also has her heart in movement in general. She has been a student of yoga for more than 20 years, receiving classes in Cuba, USA and India. Her love for body movement has led her to create the project “tu Espalda Sana”, where she teaches a way to take better care of your body through movement, for this she studied Postural gymnastics, functional training, Pilates, and body Anatomy.
She is a nature lover, she loves dogs and elephants. Her other passion is traveling, she likes adventures and getting to know new places and cultures. Her favorite colors are blue and pink.
For her, dance and music are two essential arts for the well-being of the human being.
She believes that the movement of the body makes us free and better human beings.
She likes to read books on personal development and psychology,
and believes in friendship as a treasure that we must preserve.
His motto is live as if you were going to die tomorrow and learn as if you were going to be eternal.