Born in Mexico City, Andrea immersed herself in the circus world by taking aerial, acrobatic and contemporary dance classes in 2013. In 2014, she discovered the Cyr wheel and decided to explore and pursue a professional path with this discipline. She was accepted to the National Circus School in Montreal in 2018 and completed the program in 2021. She was part of the film La Somme de nos Rêves, a production of the National Circus School of Montreal and Extérieure Jour. She participated in Montréal Complètement Cirque festival in 2019.  In 2021 she won the 3rd prize and best direction at the Ibero-American Circus Festival (FIRCO) in Madrid, Spain, with her proposal Identité Brisée. She participated in the opening ceremony of the GCC Olympic Games in Kuwait with Cirque Eloize in 2022.


Andrea lives her work as if she were writing a love letter, focusing on pleasure, intuition and intention through sensory language, in search of a sensitive, idealistic and mystical beauty. Her approach is based on the current reality of the female experience. She explores and creates images inspired by the archetype of the divine feminine and seeks to explore and expand her acrobatic vocabulary by incorporating intuitive movement, poetry and visual arts. Her work is part of the journey of recognizing what her body represents and gathering the resulting symbols through ritual.

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