Casandra Bambolê Tanenbaum

Mentor | Guide | Founder of Flow Fests

Mentor | Guide | Alchemistress
Founder of Flow Fests Established in 2011
Winner of South Florida’s Best Festival Award

Casandra is the Founder and Visionary behind Flow Fests. Flow Fests are free, public, urban arts events offering participants the opportunity to study movement arts with instructors from across the globe.

These multi-day workshop festivals bring the fun and learning of flow arts, circus arts, yoga and dance into urban parks. Flow Fests invite people of all ages to create and celebrate performance art, health and wellness in community. Flow Fests take place in cities big and small across the US.
Flow Fests is a Fiscally Sponsored Project of Fractured Atlas, a 501c3 nonprofit organization.


… is the ideal space for growing both art and learning. When I am in the Flow state, I am limitless, and I can see the immediate fruits of my creative impulsivity. I am free to create, free to explore and discover the world for myself, directly, through the use of all my senses, and in a state of joyful play.

I love blending my creativity with my rebellious, resourceful and grounded intellect. I love being a ‘golden mandala of delight,’ a kid-whisperer, and a visionary woman. I love my feisty, juicy passionate heart, and I love that my willingness to generate joy inspires others to do the same!

I created Flow Fests to make flow arts accessible to all, to expand awareness of this unique cultural community and to encourage all people to play. I think play is essential to learning, flow is essential to play, and flow arts are a tool for expanding consciousness and improving vital well-being.


Casandra Tanenbaum, MA, is…an artist
an educator
a dancer
a storyteller
a writer…

She has been rockin’ all kinds of creations and appearing, Zelig-like, in the background and foreground of arts events and organizations throughout the U.S. Casandra became professional graphic designer while still in high school and an Adobe Certified expert in Photoshop more than 15 years ago. An educator for over seventeen years, Casandra completed a Masters degree in Contemplative Education at Naropa University in June 2012. A life-long dancer and an avid practitioner of yoga, West African dance and Capoeira, she infuses her hoop classes and personal practice with deep knowledge of creative movement and dance technique across many cultural and fine art forms. Casandra also became an ACE Group Fitness Instructor in 2011 and co-authored the Hoola-Fit Hoop Dance Teacher Training program with Abby Albaum of Hoola Monsters. Casandra has been a contributor to Hooping.org, a homeschooling advocate and consultant, and a Social Studies teacher for grades 6-12. She is also the founder and director of Monkey Dust Productions, a design and event management company in Lake Worth, FL.

2017/2018 Flow Fests

Florida Flow Fest | Texas Flow Fest | Mountain Flow Fest | MidWest Flow Fest | NorthWest Flow Fest