International Tribal bellydancer and choreographer, Eva is over 14 years dedicated
to teaching Bellydance, especialized in Tribal dance and Indian Odissi style. Her
school in Zaragoza, is one of the biggest in Spain, and also travels giving workshops
and performing in many countries. She started studying classical ballet from age
6 until 12. Then continue training modern ballet and flamenco and also introduced
in ballroom competitions. When she was 19 she started practicing yoga, discovered
Bellydancing and Indian dances. Then awakened a deep interest about Eastern, Arabic
and Asian culture.
To understand and know the culture and Arab daces she traveled to Turkey, Egypt and
Morocco repeatedly. Eva considers dance a universal language, the sublime language
of the soul, in which the various forms of dance and body language are connected.
Also loves Asian culture and has traveled to India, Thailand and Japan to understand
the influences and fusions between different styles as well as their impact on the
West. His love of belly dancing and passion for Indian and Asian dance traditions,
led her to specialize in Tribal Fusion style and Indo-Tribal Dance. She has been
invited for teaching workshop and performing at many festivals in Europe, Asia and
Latin America. In 2013 she developed her “Certified Tribal Orchids Project” with
Eva Sampedro in Tokyo and in Seoul (Korea). In 2014 she teachs and performs in Cervia
& Torino (Italy), Lima (Peru), Hong Kong (China), Seoul (South Korea) and was given
the national award for best dancer of Tribal Bellydance Spain.
In 2015 she teachs and performs in Nantes (France), Tokyo (Japan) and she will be
teaching and performing in Rome and Tarento (Italy), Budapest (Hungary), Lisbon (Portugal)
and Warsaw (Poland). “It is recognized her scenic elegance and magnetism. Subtlety
and precision in her serene isolations and muscle control, as strenght and energy
in her classes and performances” (El Periódico, spanish newspaper).
As a choreographer has directed many shows, where the artistic quality of bellydance,
tribal fusion virtuosity, beauty of Indian dance and Bollywood are appreciated. Her
productions always include veils, swords, Isis wings or fan veils. She has contributed
to numerous cultural events, interviews on radio and television.
Thanks to her yoga practice for 16 years, she tries to apply in dance a goog base
of body placement, healthy back, pelvic floor, body awareness, muscle and breath
control, in order to make the body a vehicle for the dance, not an obstacle.
She directs her own school in Zaragoza (Spain) since 2006 and keeps training professional
bellydancers, teaching in and out of Spain.
His commitment as an international teacher is put dance in good place and teach to
love it. So still learning Indian dances and investigating the influences in tribal
and bellydance. Also, continue practicing and instructing in ashtanga vinyasa and