Ballet Folklorico Ollin Yoliztli - Mexican Folklore Dance Ballet


Thank you for visiting our page. "Ollin Yoliztli" means "Life & Movement" in the beautiful Aztec dialect, Nauatl.
The Mexican Folklore Dance Ballet, "Ollin Yoliztli" was founded in Arizona in 1995 by professor and director, Ana Bonilla Moreno.  She is a graduate from one of Mexico's most pretigious dance academies, the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (INBA).  During her career in Mexico, she also held the position of professional dance instructor at many private, public and private schools such as, El Centro Cultural Ollin Yoliztli.
She has dedicated her life to the continuous instruction and the promotion of the beautiful Mexican Culture and Heritage through the Mexican Folklore Dance. 
She has been instructing and motivating children, youth and adults of all ages for over 35 years and invites everyone to experience the beauty and majesty of the Mexican Folklore Dance!
Gracias por visitar nuestra pagina. "Ollin Yoliztli" significa "Vida y Movimiento" en el hermoso dialecto Azteca, Nauatl.
El Ballet Folklorico Mexicano, "Ollin Yoliztli" fue fundado en Arizona en 1995 por la profesora y directora, Ana Bonilla Moreno.  Graduada de una de las academias mas prestigiosas de la Ciudad de Mexico, El Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (INBA).  Durante su carrera en Mexico tambien mantubo la posicion de instructora profesional de Danza Folklorica Mexicana en academias privadas y publicas como, El Centro Cultural Ollin Yoliztli.
Toda su vida se ha dedicado a la instruccion continua y a la promocion de la bella Heredad Mexicana atravez de la Danza Folklorica Mexicana. 
Instruyendo a niños y adultos de todas edades durante mas de 35 años, invita a todos a experimentar la belleza y majestuosidad de la Danza Folklorica Mexicana!
Ballet Folklorico Ollin Yoliztli at Channel 12 News
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Ballet Folklorico Ollin Yoliztli Spot on Channel 12 News for September 16 2013 Behind the Scenes
Ballet Folklorico Ollin Yoliztli Spot on Channel 12 News for September 16 2013 Behind the Scenes
10/10/14: Class schedule updated

Have you ever wanted to learn Mexican Folklore dance? Now is your time! Come join our new class on Thursdays designed for beginner students of all ages. 

Stop by for a free lesson and join Arizona's largest Mexican Folklore dance group.

For more information please call us at 602-515-1293

Congratulations to all of our students who participated in El Puente Festival at the Tempe Center for the Arts

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