Daniel Marinho is a dancer, dance teacher specialised in forró and a choreographer. He began his life in ballroom dancing in 1999 with only 9 years old, making the Children’s Group of Bahia Academy of Ballroom Dancing (ABDS). Throughout his career he participated in numerous dance performances, as Samba Bahia Brazil, Northeast Mosaic, among others, and numerous conferences, such as the Baladi Congress and the Hall Meeting, where he taught class forró Itaúnas style. After 14 years between the monitor levels of learning, assistant teacher and teacher and the constant evolution of rhythms such as bolero, fluffy, tango, samba, zouk, salsa, cha cha cha and merengue, learning the various teaching techniques and musicality, he chooses to improve the forró. In 2008 he gets to know the forró style Itaúnas, popularly known as roots and harnessing his experience and his ballroom dance technique, developed his own teaching to teach the style, getting recognised as outstanding professional Itaúnas style nationally and internationally. He participated in workshops in Brazil and in the states of São Paulo and Espírito Santo, as forró Workshop in Forró lessons Evandro Paz Remelexo Brazil, Forró In Workshop on Wings In The Wind project, Forró Workshop in Forró-atready Project and forró Workshop on project Forrozando. In 2016 he was invited by London Forró Festival and did his first European tour, teaching workshops in several countries as England, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Russia, Holland and France and only five months after he was invited to his second tour taking part in the Forró de Colônia Festival 2016, Forró Rome Festival and also teaches workshops in Italy, Portugal, Switzerland, England and Germany.