A little bit about my personal life
I was born in Málaga. My mom never liked to name their children as her parents or as children traditionally had been named in the family so she decided to call me Sara. Since I have been little I have loved dancing and that’s why I took flamenco lessons until I turned fourteen. I danced at the same time that I saw how my mom taught classes to children at school and that awakened my desire to help others through teaching. I have always lived in Málaga although I’ve travelled a lot with my family: Switzerland, France, Portugal, Italy, Morocco, etc. but it was in my last year at university when I decided to travel the world on my own to study the languages I thought back then were going to be my working languages in depth.
I spent several weeks in Rome where I met wonderful people and I had an unforgettable experience. I could put into practice everything I had learned at university and see for myself how life in Italy was. I also took that opportunity to learn how teachers at the school I was in taught their classes: their method, their explanations and their capacity to connect with their students.
After my stay in Rome, I went back to Málaga to finish my studies. Right after this I started one of the most rewarding experiences of my life: my stay in Caen, France. There, I was surrounded by people of different cultures who spoke different languages and everyone could communicate to each other in French!
Before going back home for good to focus on what I like the most, I lived in London where I found out how life in London was and at the same time, I improved my English.
After all of these experiences, I came back to Spain but I moved to Madrid with my best friend and partner. Here, I started my professional path as freelancer and as a salaried employee of a French multinational where I learned a lot about the business world.