As a native of São Paulo, Brazil; Carlos Da Silva was raised to appreciate the importance of race, cultural, and diversity from all walks of life. He has worked and been an advocate for youth in the mental health industry for over 10 years, helping children and young adults between ages of 8 to 17 deal with mental health issues that included depressions, suicide ideation, anxiety, and autism. Carlos is also the CEO/Chorographer for his fitness program, Body Déjà Vu Fitness.
The goal of is program is to help people of all walks of life experience a 360° approach to health living; from the inside-out. Not only does he incorporate exercise fitness and movement into his routines, but he also educates his clients on how music and movement can help brings not only cultures together, but can bring about healing on a psychological and emotional level.
Carlos is excited to work with the Epoch Education Team to bring about a new way of thinking that embraces all walks of life, welcomes the unique attributes that creates cultures, and join hands with those looking to create a world void of racism, bigotry, and misunderstanding of what it means to be different.