Jin Shin Jyutsu promotes relaxing and harmonizing specific disharmonies that can arise in the body from any illnesses, living out of harmful emotions, from environmental effects, from genetic/DNA effects, from stress, or for simply wishing to actively maintain health, harmony, and well being! I am available to give Jin Shin Jyutsu sessions for a hour for adults and teenagers. For children under the age of ten years old, I give sessions for 30 minutes sessions plus 15 minutes of Self Help.
Nicole Elyce Barnes
Co-Director for New Horizons Latin Dance Socials and Community Event Organizer
Nicole Elyce Barnes is a Louisville, Kentucky native. She began Latin dance in late 2013. After quickly falling in love with the Latin dance scene in 2015, she was asked to join a local group of Rueda de Casino performers. They are “The Ville Casineras,” an all-female team that choreographs and performs routines around Louisville and the surrounding Midwest. Currently, she and a few of her teammates are working towards becoming certified in the MCC curriculum which includes the theory and history of Casino dancing, methodology, and technique.
Nicole is committed to the long-term goal of making connections beyond the dance floor; helping to cultivate a community of support, positivity, acceptance, and the love of dance.
Nicole and Rachel Bucio Grote partnered together in June of 2018 to bring together their love of dance, and supporting the communities of Louisville to bring “New” Horizons Latin Dance Social. These socials include a featured Instructor that teaches a hour Latin dance lesson, followed by many hours of amazing social dancing!
If you have any desire to get more connected to Louisville’s Latin Dance community, feel free to reach out to Nicole, she can help you get there!
Rachel M. Bucio Grote
Director´s Secretary Intern Assistant
Faith Reinert is an undergraduate student at the University of Louisville and is on a physical therapy academic track. She’s a Porter Scholar, participates in intramural sports, and is a member of the BSU. As a former student of Ms. Sally Baker Rothenburger’s: Ballet Arts Studio and Patty Medley’s Dance School, she has danced ever since she was in kindergarten, and hopes to continue dancing for years to come. Her passion for Tap dance has been fostered and continues to advance from her training now with Ms. Kacey Frazier’s Rhythm Tap classes at Horizons Dance Theatre. As she grows up, she dreams of giving back to the community with her artistic skills, traveling the world, and staying active.
Karina Bucio Valencia is a Mexican graphic designer. Since Karina was a little girl, she was very interested in the sense of aesthetics and the combination of colors. She studied graphic design at UAM-Xochimico. She has worked in the area of Multimedia Design and Editorial Design as Head of Design. She currently works as a freelance graphic designer, making online graph design work. She enjoys communicating with different people from different parts of the world. She thinks that art and design is a universal language in which all disciplines converge.