Trained in artistic, acrobatic gymnastics and tae kwon do from an early age, Eléa discovered dance and developed a passion for hip hop when she turned 18.
She pursued her hip hop dance training at the Juste Debout School, and specialized in popping with Nelson Ewandé and Popin Smiley.
Eléa then decided to focus on jazz and contemporary dance by joining the Pont Supérieur in Nantes. Her style was built under the influence of metal, electronic and post punk music, subculture, manga and science fiction. Her dance, hybrid, lies at the intersection of all these influences.