Alexandra Evaggelopoulou was born in Athens and grew up in Volos. She has been involved with the body and movement all her life, starting from an early age her relationship with dancing but also with top-class sports (as a member of the national downhill skiing team).
Professionally, she started her career as a ski instructor and then as a dancer and dance teacher. She is a graduate of the Higher Professional School of Dance of Niki Kontaxaki and later attended seminars in creative, classical, contemporary, African dance, physical theatre, rhythm, music and movement education, improvisation, open floor and musicals in Athens, New York, London and Paris, etc., with distinguished teachers.
She worked with various amateur and professional dance schools in Athens, Larissa and Volos. She was a member of the contemporary dance group “Odontoglyphida” in Athens, and the dance and theatre group “Anti-Thesis” in Volos, while she also collaborated with the Volos Theatre. In the summer of 2015 she created the contemporary dance group ‘Concentric’ with Sofia Kalamaki and in October 2016 the performance Eimarmai was staged.
Since 2005 she has also been involved in the therapeutic approach to the body and movement. She graduated from the Hellenic College of Somato-psychopedagogy of Athens in collaboration with the Ecole Superieure de Somato-psycopedagogie of Paris. In 2010 she completed a DU en Somato-psychopedagogie, University Fernando Pessoa of Porto, for the accompaniment of pain, stress and mental distress.
In addition, she continues to keep up to date with current trends, new proposals, studies and reflections on Somato-psychopedagogy (SPP) and fascia therapy by attending seminars in Greece and abroad.
She is now exclusively involved in treating adults for the pain, stress and psychological distress management by delivering individual sessions on fascia therapy, a series of courses and seminars of sensorial movement, improvisation and orthosomics.