S I L I K A Contortion is a Toronto based Contortionist and Hand Balancer specializing in Traditional Mongolian Techniques. She offers performance entertainment for weddings, corporate events, birthday parties, festivals, night clubs and more!
S I L I K A has been performing for 8 years. She has performed at a number of Music Festivals across Canada as well as countless private and corporate events in Toronto. In February 2018, she traveled to Mongolia to train at their International School for Contortion. S I L I K A offers Circus Acts, Character and Costume Animation, and Modeling.
SILIKA handles everything so you can rest assured that all goes smoothly as planned, stress free. She is an absolute pleasure to work with. Her movement and skill level is beautiful and captivating.
We booked Silika for our employee appreciation event. Her skill level was impressive, and her music selection was very unique; something we have never heard before. We appreciated that she showed up early and everything was on schedule. Silika answered all of our questions and helped us achieve our vision. Highly recommend!
If you are looking for a great entertainment aspect that is unique and enchanting, SiLiKa is the one you should call! So sweet and always professional, she was fantastic to work with; I will be sure to call her many more times - and so should you!
Response from S I L I K A Contortion Toronto:
It was a pleasure working with this team at this event! I had a wonderful time and the crowd was super respectful and appreciative. Great team work guys!
What to Expect
Expect extreme back bends, over splits, twisting and turning and strong handstand holds. Expect to be enchanted and mesmerized with graceful movements and skillful postures inspired by ancient mongolian techniques.
SiLiKa offers performances and costume animation to suit all styles of events whether for corporate or for private shows. Expect a beautiful look that will add to the ambiance of the environment and allure and inspire the audience!
SiLiKa grew up in Montreal and had a strong passion to be a healer. She studied 5 years as a special aids worker and social worker. But plans quickly changed when she discovered healing through deep stretching. She pursued her passion endlessly and became a self taught contortionist and never turned back.
SiLika is now a contortionist, acrobat, and dancer of Toronto and Montreal. SiLiKa discovered healing through contortion combined with meditation. The process began while sitting in contorted postures for three hours daily over the course of six months. As her techniques evolved, SiLika began infusing breath work into her repertoire to promote a relaxed state which ultimately lead to healing. SiLiKa weaves various forms of tribal dance and contortion that resonate with her unique path to self-liberation. She now has the privilege to be training with Canada's Got Talent's top contender, Aygul Memet, and includes skilled techniques used in traditional Mongolian practices.
Additional Booking Notes
A stage, sturdy table, or riser is necessary for all viewers to see. The riser must be a minimum of 4ft by 4ft, sturdy, and must have a smooth surface. I can perform on alternative surfaces as well such as a giant box, a grand piano, or other surfaces so long as they meet the requirements specified above.
Past Booked Events
|October 18, 2017 • 6:00pm - 8:00pm||Halloween|
|November 25, 2016 • 12:00am - 2:00am||Candy|
|November 18, 2016 • 12:00am - 2:00am||Candy|
|November 11, 2016 • 12:00am - 2:00am||Candy|
|November 04, 2016 • 12:00am - 2:00am||Candy|
|October 29, 2016–October 30, 2016 • 1:00pm - 12:00am||Freakshow|
|October 28, 2016–October 29, 2016 • 1:00pm - 12:00am||Freakshow|
|October 27, 2016–October 28, 2016 • 1:00pm - 12:00am||Freakshow|
|September 01, 2016 • 9:30pm - 10:00pm||Coctail party|
|June 30, 2016 • 6:00pm - 6:45pm||Wedding Cocktail Hour|
Influences & Inspiration
My work is inspired by the traditional Mongolian Techniques of Contortion. I have been personally inspired by my mentor Aygul Memet, Canada's Got Talents top contender, who trained at the Mongolian Circus school for 8 years of her life and performed all over the world. I will be travelling to the International Mongolian School of Contortion to incorporate more of their traditions and bring back a piece of their culture to share with the world.
A stage, sturdy table, or riser is necessary for all viewers to see. The riser must be a minimum of 4ft by 4ft, sturdy, and must have a smooth surface. I can perform on alternative surfaces as well such as a giant box, a grand piano, or other surfaces so