Mira is the director of Entity Contemporary Dance Collective ('Entity Dance'). She has danced professionally with companies overseas and Australia.

Her initial training was in Tel-Aviv with The Bat-Dor Dance Studios as a scholarship student. She was taught by Robert Cohen (Artistic Director and founder of The London Contemporary Dance Co), and furthered her studies of contemporary dance at The Place in London and the Martha Graham School in New York, where she was invited to do the professional classes.

Mira's teaching work in Australia includes: 
- Bodenwieser Dance Centre, under the direction of Margaret Chapple;
- Macquarie Uni Dance Courses;
- N.A.I.S.D.A. (National Aboriginal Islander Dance Association);
- Sydney University Sports and Fitness; and
- guest teaching and lecturing in leading colleges.

She also was a freelance choreographer for 'Bodies', Short and Sweet Dance, C.D.F.A. (Christian Dance Fellowship of Australia) and many community based events.

Entity Dance performed at the Australian Museum, opening of an art exhibition at Newtown, at Bondi Pavillion for the Sydney Fringe Festival, for Spring Dance Collection, Newtown Theatre ('Bodies').

Mira was invited to contribute choreography for Reconzile at the Seymour Centre, the Yaama Festival at Bourke and choreographed Landscape for the occasion. She also worked in collaboration with several Australian composers such as Nick Wales (Coda), Mathieu Orlovich and Charlie McMahon.

Currently, Mira is teaching at the Seymour Centre,The Studio at Newtown, Wesley Institute for the Arts and A.D.T.R. (Aboriginal Dance Theatre Redfern). She also does adjudicating and guest teaching for different dance schools and companies. 
Recently, she was invited to teach master classes for N.A.I.S.D.A.

The Caroline Chisholm piece is the one of the most recent Entity Dance projects, with
choreographic contributions by Yasmin Brock and Anna Nillson.

In 2012, Mira choreographed a piece called 'Grounded' which was inspired by the Australian bush and the earthiness of traditional Aboriginal dance, and filmed in a bush location.