Telma Vania Gomez Velasco is a Bolivian dancer and choreographer from La Paz. She has received formal training in different folk dance schools such as Bolivia India y Fantasia Boliviana since 1995. She participated in the biggest university folk festival in La Paz dancing tinkus. She has also participated in the world-renowed Carnival of Oruro, which is considered Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO with the dance Caporales. She is a founder of Askelten palo cultural association and the person in charge of producing the Bolivian folk dances.
Mirko Vierislav Pavicic Venegas is a Chilean dancer choreographer from San Antonio. He has participated in different workshops of classic, World and Latin American folk dances during his school years. He has also practiced aerobics in the Marta Moraga sport association in Melipilla. He has also performed contemporary dance in the dance company of the University Santo Tomás in Santiago in 2005. He has performed Cuecas and Huasos dances in the Folk Club of Melipilla. He also has danced in the City Hall of Melipilla in the Day of the Race in the same year.
Janeth Quispe Matamoros is a Peruvian dance choreographer from Huancayo. She has performed Indian folk and Bollywood dances in Huancayo and Helsinki. She is a founder member of Askelten palo cultural association and the person in charge of producing the Peruvian folk dances since 2010. She has also produced and contributed in the production of Chilean and Nicaraguan folk dances.
Imara Reyes Escobar is a Honduran folk dance and choreographer from Balfate. She is been a folk dance from an early age: she has performed in folk dance presentations in school and has also practiced ballet. During high school she has practiced rhythmic gymnastics as a performer and as a choreographer. She has performed, taught and produced Honduran dances since 2014 in Helsinki. She is now in charge of the Honduran and Central American dances in Askelten palo.