Paloma Gómez was born in Málaga, Spain. She began her Spanish dance training at the school of the Ballet Nacional de España, under the direction of María de Ávila at the age of twelve. She later moved on to study Classical ballet, Contemporary dance and Spanish Dance at Lola de Ávila’s school. She obtained her degree in Spanish Dance with honors from the Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza in Madrid. In 1989 she entered the Ballet Nacional de España, under the direction of José Antonio touring in some of the greatest stages in the world: Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the New Nacional Theatre of Tokyo, Japan and The Jackie Gleason Theatre of the Performing Arts of Miami. In 1994 she joined the Company of José Antonio and the Ballets Españoles as first dancer. Paloma joined the Nuevo Ballet Español Company, under the direction of Ángel Rojas and Carlos Rodriguez; as dancer, Assistant Director and Costume designer. In 1998 she performed the main role in the production Federico at the Joyce Theatre in New York. It was in the year 2000 when Paloma created her own company, De Lunares Danza, performing throughout Spain as well as to the U.K., Holland and Venezuela. In 2006, she was invited by the Taipei Arts International Association to choreograph the musical ‘Carmen 2006’ which was performed before 8,000 spectators.