"Dance First. Think Later. Is the Natural order."

Samuel Becket, Rule # 40.Waiting for Godot

Choreography, Mâi Pen Rai.
First award of the Nou Barris Choreographic Prize, Barcelona, 2000.

Creation and choreography of Mâi Pen Rai VideoDance.
Sponsored by the Generalitat de Catalunya Culture Ministry, TV3 and by El Comú d’Andorra la Vella, 2002.

Choreography, Enredant-me.
Premiere Dies de Dansa, Grec Festival, Barcelona, 2002.

Choreography Fly, created for Cia. It Dansa, Jove Companyia de l’Institut del Teatre. Premiere Sitges Festival,2003.

Creation of Can’t Quite, a multimedia piece, with Megan Auster-Rosen and Mila Aponte-Gonzalez. Marató de l’Espectacle, Barcelona, 2004.

Creation, choreography and performance of Astragalus VideoDance, directed by Toni Vidaechea, 2005. Award of Catalan Government and Finalist of New York Dance for the Camera Festival.

Dance Work Experience

Dancer of IT Dansa, Dance Company of Institut del teatre de Barcelona. Directed by Katherine Allard. Performed nationally and internationally.

Violeta II by Ramon Oller
Metros Dance Company director

Jardí Tancat by Nacho Duato
Spain National Company director

Monocroma Oculto by Jacoppo Godani
Frankfurt Ballet member

Evening songs by Jirí Kylián
Netherlands Dance Theater director

Remugant s'Entenen by Joaquím Sabaté
Holland Dance Festival

Via Durga by Jennifer Hanna

Passomezzo by Ohad Naharin
Batsheva Dance Company director

Hands by Wim Vandekeibus & Eduardo Torroja
Última vez Dance Company director

Insert Incert by Carlos Iturrioz Member of Spain National Company

Wolfang Bitte by Rui Horta

Jump Start Quartet by Toni Mira Nats Nus Dance Company director

olga sasplugas

Participation in the Dance for the School Program granted by the Barcelona City Hall, Barcelona, 2000.

Creator and Program Coordinator of the Dance Program in Infants del Mon Orphanage, for children from 6 to 11 years. Preah Net Preh, Cambodia, 2005. Program granted by the Andorran Ministry of Social Affairs and the Andorran Ministry of External Affairs. Responsibility to develop the Dance Therapy project, which was designed to serve orphan children who had suffered traumatic experiences.

Design of Dance and Choreography Course for SuDansa organization, Barcelona, 2006-2010.

Participation an Ideation of the Dance for the Family Program. Design and choreography of the course. Grec Festival, Barcelona. La Danza se Lee, Bogotà, Colombia, 2008-2011.

Dancer in the choreography Sucre, by Noelia Liñana, 2010.

Choreography design for the Evax Adapt TV spot, summer campaign 2010.

Participation in the DCODE project, solo and duet with Glaub Da Silva, for the XX Festival Dies de Dansa, Barcelona, 2011.

Promoter and Advisor of the Urban Visions Dance Festival, 1st Contemporary Dance Festival in Public Spaces in Egypt, supported by European AID, 2010. Within the frame of the International Festival Network, Dancing Cities, Cairo, Egypt, 2012.

Design and execution of the workshop "Dones en Moviment" within the framework of the Festival Dies de Dansa. Workshop designed for women at risk of social exclusion, Barcelona, 2012.

Creator and producer of CODIFICAT project, an amalgam of dance, immigration and new technologies, funded by L'Obra Social La Fundació la Caixa, Raval, Barcelona, 2012.


Started practicing Ashtanga Yoga, with Guy Donahaye, at Ashtanga Yoga Shala, New York, 2003-2004.

Deep Training in Back Bending with Atma Venkatesh, Atma Vikasa, Mysore, India, 2005.

Studied with Eddie Stern, depending in all relevant aspects of the doctrine of Ashtanga and Mysore Style, New York City, 2006-2008. 

Intensive training with Rolph Naujokat, Asthanga Yoga, Mysore Style, Goa, India, 2009.

Studied with Mr. Viswanatha (Masterji), Bangalore, India, 2010.

All over the years, also studied with other renewed yoga Instructors all over the world, including: Jivamukti Yoga School (New York), The Shala Yoga House (New York), Downward Dog Yoga (Toronto), Yoga Elements (Bangkok), Ashtanga Yoga Barcelona, among others.

"Yoga is the practice of tolerating the consequences of being your true self."

Bhagavad Gita