Professional Ballroom Dance Entertainment
Ballroom at its Best
Marisa offers ballroom dance entertainment for private parties, corporate events, and special occasions. She and her partner will thrill and inspire you and your guests with a customized entertainment package to meet the needs of your events. If you are looking for additional dancers, we have a roster of performers and artists outside of partner-dancing and can customize our program to fit your event needs. Got an idea with Ballroom, Salsa, Tango, Swing, or "Dancing With the Stars?" Give us a shout and let us make it a reality.
Professional Ballroom & Salsa Dancer, Actress, Choreographer, Instructor, Speaker, and the Brain behind Infinite Flow, America's 1st professional wheelchair ballroom dance company. Newcomer of the Year, San Fernando Valley Business Journal Women in Business Awards. Guest Speaker, Los Angeles Business Journal “Women Making a Difference Symposium & Awards". Featured on NBC's "The Today Show", Refinery 29, Fox-11 News, ABC-7 News, KCBS-2 News, and KCAL-9 News, among other media. After 20 years of dancing ballet and contemporary dance in both the US and Japan, Marisa started salsa and ballroom dancing while recovering from Spinal Cord Infarction, a severe neurological disease which laid her paralyzed from the neck down. She feels blessed to be back on the dance floor again, and is now dancing and teaching professionally full-time. Marisa founded Infinite Flow in January 2015 as a way of giving back her love for, and it is her life mission to share the magic of dance to people of all abilities. Marisa has been featured in various commercials, infomercials, and tv shows, and has performed at hundreds of shows, events, and private parties. Marisa earned both her BA and MA on merit scholarships from Keio University, the “Harvard” of Japan. While in college, Marisa linked her dancing with her academic studies, and researched and published papers in the fields of Dance Science and Dance Education and served on leadership for the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science for 3 years. Marisa has volunteered 30+ hours weekly since January 2015 to get Infinite Flow off the ground. She is a leader and artist on the rise and has many great plans for the future of Infinite Flow.