ELI  HO  BIOGRAPHY                                                                                         
Eli Ho is a gifted dancer, choreographer and teacher, who has taught herself in many years in bodyworks and diverse dance disciplines. She is also doing ballroom dancing, salsa, etc. In April 2003 she had a car accident and broke her right heel completely. She had 4 operations and she spent 6 months on wheelchair. But her love to dance is much much stronger and this made her come back teaching in September 2003. Since 2010 she does, combines and teaches dance and spirituality.
She worked in different kind of dance companies in Europe before, for example: The Manufacture (France) and Do Theater (Russia), before she established her own dance school in Graz, Austria, in 1999, where she taught  ballet, modern dance, jazz dance, musical dance, african dance, street dance and contact improvisation all by herself until summer 2012. In September 2001 she taught  in different dance schools in Houston, USA. She also taught for the 'University Sportsinstitute' Graz until 2012. She was invited not only to teach in different cities in Austria, where she lives now, but also overseas.
In 1997 she got a scholarship for the balletworkshop in Florence, Italy  and scholarships for the 'Internationalen Bühnenwerkstatt Graz' for some years.
Eli Ho had solo performances at the national exhibition 'Impressionismus' in Graz, Austria, and the national exhibition 'Verkehr' in Knittelfeld, Austria, in 1999. In December 2012 she did solo performances during the World United of Spirituality in Hyderabad, India.
She choreographed for different kinds of events, for example '50 years of the Niederösterreichischen Volkshilfe'; the opening of the Special Olympic in Mureck, Austria; the musical project of all middle schools in the district of Knittelfeld and for the Waldbach Musical Company in Austria for many years.  In 2013 she choreographed for Hardt Attacks 'Schlachthof' in Berlin, Germany.
Eli Ho recieved many awards for her work, The Choreography Award European Open 2006; The Costume Award Austrian Open 2007 and the hometown prize in dance 'The Josef Krainer Heimatpreis'  from the province Styria where she lived until 2013. In 2012 she also got a special prize for The Great Pädagogic Work and to be chosen in the chronic 'Who is Who' in Austria.
She also won herself  the first prize for her solo 'A Soul Dance' in the category solo contemporary in the World Dance Championship in Porec, Croatia, in 2012.
Since 2003her students took part in different national and international dance championships with these results: 58 times Austrian Champions, 18 times European Champions, 14 times World Champions in different kind of dances, styles categories and levels.