Neelakshi- Performer, Choreographer, Dance Instructor.
Neelakshi is one of the renowned names in India’s Afro-Latin dance circuit. She imparts training in Salsa, Bachata Kizomba, Zouk, Bollywood, Belly Dance. She has been teaching for over a decade and hosted workshops all across India & in some places in Europe mainly Greece. She has conducted workshop for schools, colleges like Indian school of Business, IIM Indore and organisations like World Bank, UN, Ericsson, etc.
With her Delhi-based dance academy- iDance India, Neelakshi has instilled the passion for dancing among people of all age groups and
walks of life.
Neelakshi has been an artist/ instructor in the biggest dance festivals of India since 2011 catering to thousands of dance enthusiasts. Some of these are Chandigarh International Salsa
Festival, Goa International Latin Festival, India International Dance Congress, Danza Pura, Chennai Weekender.
She is also the promoter of Zouk dancing in India and represented New Delhi for International Zouk Day 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016. It is the biggest partner dance Flash Mob that promotes ZOUK dance, and respect for women on World Peace Day.
Neelakshi has danced and acted in few dance videos and movies. She has choreographed songs and musicals for Bollywood movie, theatre shows, schools and corporates on different themes.
She is a voracious promoter of latin dancing in India and hosts several weekly events that offer a space for people to come together and dance. It is a rare sight in India. She is the first female DJ to host such events and has played music in Vienna, Athens, Paris, Phuket.
Neelakshi has been interviewed by All India Radio, Dainik Jagran & Business World for her innovation in dance techniques wherein she uses dance as a therapy to overcome mental blockages and create fresh patterns with movements synchronised with affirmations.
She holds knowledge in spiritual practices like meditation, reiki, subconscious reprogramming and hypnotherapy through which she is bridging the spiritual and physical realms to help people use dance not just for fun but also a mental conditioning system.