Amelia Eisen was born and raised in Nevada City, California. She is a  Dancer, Choreographer, Teacher and Integrative Nutrition Health Coach based in Mannheim, Germany.  Amelia trained with Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet in San Francisco, Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company in Northern Israel and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City. She has worked with choreographers and companies in California and Germany including Michael Bronczkowski, 5elefants tanzkollektiv, Green Flamingo Project, Richard Oberscheven, Taulant Shehu, Catherine Guerin, Eric Trottier, Luis Sayago, ZiRu Dance Company, Kinetech Arts and Project Agora. She has presented her own work in San Francisco, Israel and Germany. In the Fall of 2018, she was involved in the choreographic cooperation together with Kirill Berezovski & Mike Planz for “Winterschlaf,” which premiered in Theater Felina-Areal, Mannheim. In the same year she was one of three choreographers in the GUMMITWIST mentoring program for young choreographers, mentored by Edan Gorlicki. In December 2018, she curated “Mingle Me Home” International Dance Festival in Nevada City. Her first full-evening production, “Project Warrior” celebrated its premiere in November 2019 at Theater Felina-Areal. Amelia also teaches Modern & Contemporary Dance for Aki Kato Tanzforum and Dance Professional Mannheim.



“My mission is to create and participate in honest, intimate work which exposes the lens through which I view the nature of our world. I am interested in capturing the personalities and unique qualities of the people I work with while creating environments together in which viewers experience empathy and are encouraged to engage in a topic at a deeper level. In my creative process I use a variety of mindful creative tasks, imagery, and other forms like literary work, music or visual art to generate movement. I like to explore physical extremes and storytelling through movement by mixing set choreography with improvisation.  A current focus of mine, is exploring creative ways of linking holistic health and dance”

Featured Image: Körper an Körper- Created By: Amelia Eisen & Richard Oberscheven, Photo: Maciej Rusinek


“These words before all else”

A new solo work supported by the Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg.

‘These words before all else,’ is the opening line to a Native American prayer called the Thanksgiving Address. It was created over 1,000 years ago and eloquently recognises the many gifts in our human lives. It notes that being human is an honour requiring mindful gratitude. Reciting this prayer is a practice that allows us to find our way back to the natural world by greeting various elements of the environment. It reminds us that we humans are not in charge of the world, but are subject to the same forces as the rest of life. 

This is a new work-in-progress where the Thanksgiving Address is being translated into a movement prayer. Stay tuned for further details! 

“Deep In”

A dance & music Parcour through the Rettigheim Forest- September 18th & 19th, 2021 




KITZ Theater Kumpanei/Ludwigshafen- https://www.theaterkumpanei.de/stuecke/schreimutter


Regie, Choreografie, Bühne: Hannes-Michael Bronczkowski
Kostüme/Bühne:  Baika Bettag
Tänzerin:  Amelia Eisen
Musiker/Komponist:  Peter Hinz
Voiceover: Lida Bettag

Foto: Jutta Bauer

“Looping Loop”


Konzept/Choreografie — Sarah Herr
Choreografische Assistenz — Meret Rufener
Tanz — Amelia Eisen, Crystal Schüttler, Sarah Herr
Musik — Peter Bösselmann
Bühnenbild — Moritz Stotzka
Lichtdesign — Georg Gropp
Outside Eye — Julie Pécard
Video — Bill Raab

Foto: Peter Gutsche





Open Level Modern/Contemporary

TUESDAYS   18:00-19:30 & THURSDAYS   19:45-21:15

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