Our team and commitee
Our "teaching artists"
He has been a teacher in accounting and commercial branches for several years, attaching great importance to the exploration of new approaches to teaching and to the relationship with the learner.
In another field, teaching tango allows him to convey his love of movement, communication through the body and musicality. As a teenager he followed a training in ballroom dance, and, at a professional level, in ballet and contemporary dance. His discovery of argentinian tango few years ago led to develop a real passion. Didier considers dance as an essential element of balance. He joined Dance with me in 2011 as Teaching Artist and since 2015 he is Senior Teaching Artist, trainer for the new Teaching Artists in Switzerland.
She co-founded the theater company La Balibaloo Compagnie, the musical group Pizzicamore and the rehearsal space Walhalla in Chavannes-près-Renens. She regularly collaborates with the Foundation Research and Training for Patient Education. Formed by Pierre Dulaine, she has been working as Teaching Artist since 2009.
Passionate about many forms of artistic expression that she develops, she discovers in 2010 the Dulaine method and decides to commit to its development. Working with Dance with me as Teaching Artist and teaching ballroom dance to adults in different contexts is for her a constant source of joy and personal enrichment.
In 2018, she discovered the Dulaine method for the first time in Geneva with a group of young migrants and fell in love with this compassionate and human approach. She took part in several projects with the Association Dance with me in the field of dance and theater.
At the same time, Marine is very involved in an association for people with disabilities (Cérébral Vaud, in Lausanne), in which she has been a facilitator (since 2018) and manager (since 2021). With the desire to enrich her social and artistic experience and contribute to her community, Marine enthusiastically joined the Teachings Artist team in 2020 (Vaud and Geneva region).
David Capelan Barral
Today, he is also an administrative assistant in a nursing association.
His journey led him to encounter all the age groups. In a very natural way he turned to dance as a means of expression, for it is important in his family. He attended classes at Kap'Danse for about ten years. In the fall of 2015 he was trained as a Teaching Artist.
Today, he is ready to transmit the Dulaine values and method with joy.
The cinema also occupies an important place in her cultural activities, where she works as a director and actress. Valérie has a double baccalaureate in visual arts and languages.
Mother of two children, she wishes to encourage values such as respect, benevolence, self-esteem and social well-being through dance. She joined the Teaching Artists team in 2015.
On the dance side, she regularly performs in her various shows and has the chance to start teaching the Dulaine method as a Teaching Artist!