Based in Morocco, Chourouk El Mahati (1992) discovered dance at the age of 20 with Al Mokhtabar II 2011/2012, organized by Cie Anania and led by Taoufiq Izzediou. Her career as a dancer included several workshops, internships and residencies in Morocco and Europe, led by international choreographers like Bernardo Montet, Mathilde Monier, Carmen Blanco principal, Michel Hallet Eghayan, Pierre Droulers, and others.
Recently, Chourouk performed the Ballet Gnawa Lhaal and Hunna by Khalid Benghrib with Cie 2kfar, Cie Humaine Checkpoint by Eric Oberdorff. From May 2019, Chourouk is rehearsing for Border-line by Taoufiq Izzediou.
She is the receiver of the Dancing on the Edge Scholarship 2019.