Natália Garibaldi is Brazilian from the south of Brazil. At the age of five she was an Olympic gymnast athlete where began her contact with ballet. At 12, she was invited to join the New Generation dance group performing choreographies dating back to the 80s classics.
Years later with the "boom" of Brazilian Axé music, she was invited by the Carla Barcellos Dance School to join the team of teachers. At the 22 she began her studies in the ballroom integrating consecutively in the Dance Team of the same school.
She was dancer of well-known bands in the south of Brazil, touring and dancing in concerts of carnival parties, as well as, integrating the front commission of the School of Samba Unidos do Ritmo for two consecutive years.
She worked as a dance teacher at SESI - Social Service of Industry - reference sector of Brazilian art and culture teaching dance for children and adolescents, also for people with disabilities. She worked also on the UCS Senior program at the University of Caxias do Sul where she taught dance for women over 60.
She graduated in Literature, but her passion for the art of the movement made her choose the second degree, Physical Education, which enabled her to work in gyms as a gym instructor. She arrived in London in 2016 and in the same year received the Gym Instructor diploma level 2 approved by City & Guilds. Currently she is a dancer from the group of dances TOB - Taste of Brazil in London.