Performance and kid's workshop at Coburg Carnivale.

Performance and kid’s workshop at Coburg Carnivale.


Bollywood dance is fun, exhilarating, simple and easy-to-follow, with routines that fuses traditional and modern moves. It is highly enjoyable and accessible to everyone, regardless of age, gender or abilities.

With over 15 years experience in dance, I have performed and taught at schools, universities, weddings and anniversary celebrations, AFL games, multicultural days, residential home for the elderly, community centres, conferences, festivals, detention centres and also at large scale events such as:

  • The United Nations Conference for Global Health
  • Multicultural Show at Federation Square
  • AFL Games at the MCG and Etihad Stadium
  • Harmony Gathering at The ABC Auditorium
  • The Emerge Festival, produced by City of Yarra


I demonstrate basic techniques and dancing skills, and teach participants a simple choreography that will build confidence, and improve movement and coordination. Participants will learn about the symbolism of mudras (hand gestures) and learn about Indian dance and culture in a fun and interactive way. I tailor my programs to meet specific needs of each group and offer specialized dance instructions for children and adults at all levels of experience.

Eeda workshop

Workshop Structure

  • Introduction into Bollywood/Indian culture (10 mins)
  • Teaching choreography (10 mins)
  • Audience participation (20 mins)
  • Solo dance performance (5 mins)
  • Final dance with audience participation (5 mins)

Full workshop 50 mins.

*Workshops can be tailored to suit specifications.

Eeda Performance


  • RMIT Tamil New Year Celebrations
  • Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
  • Schools, including St Joseph’s College (Geelong), Bellbrae, Elwood Primary School, Rye Primary School, Le Page Primary School, Avondale Primary School, Cranbourne Primary School, St Christopher Primary School, St Patrick’s School, Lyndale Green Primary School, Eltham College of Education, Cranbourne East Secondary College, Montrose Primary School, Northcote Primary School, St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Whittlesea Primary School, Glengarry Primary School, Gardenvale Primary School, Berwick Primary School, Kent Park Primary School, Matthew Flinders Girls Secondary College, Victoria University, Copperfield College, Montrose Primary School, Lauriston Girls’ School, Aquinas College, NMIT Collingwood
  • Lord Summer’s Teen Camp
  • Council events, including Coburg Carnivale, Moreland City Council, Harmony Day Event, Maribyrnong City Council, ArtPlay – City of Melbourne
  • Mecwa Home for the Elderly
  • Graham Geddes Antique Gallery
  • Lonely Planet 40th Anniversary, Regent Theatre
  • Fitzroy Learning Network
  • Maribyrnong Immigration Detention Centre
  • Melbourne Immigration Transit Authority
  • Community groups, including Afghan’s Mother’s Group, Werribee, Sudanese’s Mother’s Group through Brotherhood St Laurence
  • Bollywood Holiday Program,  Ivanhoe Aquatic Centre
  • Women’s Camp for Newly Arrived Migrants, AMES
  • Collaboration with Numburindi Indigenous Dancers
  • Peats Ridge Festival, NSW
  • Island Vibes Festival, Queensland
  • Rainbow Serpent Festival, Victoria
  • Featured dancer with Bombay Royale, Anytime Place
  • Featured dancer with Mista Savona band, Hi-Fi Bar
  • Featured dancer at Stomp the Dust, Hi-Fi Bar
  • Harmony Gathering, ABC Auditorium