Born in México City, Myriam Ayala began her training at the age of six, with a scholarship at the Royal Academy of Dance in London. She passed her examinations with distinction and graduated with a major in ballet with the National Ballet School of Cuba as well. She attended numerous summer intensives in Mexico City, Havana, Cuba, and United States. Ms. Myriam Ayala has performed in several dance companies in Mexico such as Ballet de Camara del Estado de Morelos, and Ballet Hidalguense under the direction of Humberto Becerra, where she danced a wide variety of soloist and principal roles in both classical and contemporary ballets. Her repertoire includes Le Corsaire, Diana & Acteon, Esmeralda, the white swan and black swan in Swan Lake, numerous roles in The Nutcracker, and the lead role in Sleeping Beauty as well as in Don Quixote.
In early 2011 Myriam was invited to join her first ballet company in United States as a Soloist guest dancer in Florida. She has danced in Sleeping Beauty, Paquita as the principal role, Nutcracker, Les Sylphide pas de Troix, and Cinderella at Ruth Eckerd Hall.
Myriam spent the last year dancing in New York City and performing in dance Festivals with distinguished companies such as Ballet des Amériques, Brooklyn Ballet, Jennifer Muller, and Buglisi Dance Theater at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. At the same time, she was teaching at numerous Ballet studios where she was invited, and has presented more than a hundred students on stage with her own choreography.