Born in Kibbutz Nir Oz in Israel in 1990.

Started dancing at the age of 7 in the Ashkelon School of Arts at the dance department. 

At the age of 15 Haddas was chosen to perform excerpts from the Sleeping Beauty ballet at the 'Mia Arbatova' Gala in Suzzane Dellal Center in Tel Aviv. 

During mandatory military service attended workshops and classes with Yoram Karmi, Roy Itzhak Halevi, Tal Aran, Gaga Dancers alongside Batsheva Dance Company and Ohad Naharin.  

Then continued on to taking many workshops across Europe - The Place in London, Amsterdam Dance Center, Copenhagen Contemporary Dance School, SEAD in Salzburg, Henny Jurines Foundation and more. 

During the Haifa Dancers Training Program in 2012, started working with renowned Israeli choreographers Roy Assaf, Deganit Shemi, Noa Shavit and Ran Ben Dror, which whom Haddas had worked with in various projects. After one year at the Haifa Dancers Program, she was accepted to the Certificate Program at the Peridance Capezio Center in New York City, with a focus on ballet and contemporary techniques as well as working on pieces by artistic director Igal Perry. 

Once her return to Israel in 2014, Haddas started teaching ballet, contemporary and modern dance across the state, and began working on her own choreographis, including the solos 'Mishi' and 'Gustavo' and the duet 'Nolita' with fellow dancer Dror Shoval. 

In addition, created cinematic collaborations with director and photographer Adi Alexander and filmmaker Oren A. Afias. 

From 2014 to 2016 she was a member of the Shlombal group, an improvisation, release technique and creation program directed by choreographers Shlomit Fundaminsky and Inbal Aloni. 

During 2015 - 2016 danced in projects by choreographer Merav Cohen.

In 2016 joined the Akko Theater Program directed by Smadar Ya'aron. Created the solo piece 'Laika Maria', which premiered at the 2017 Akko Festival. 

During summer 2016 - won a scholarship from the Isadora Duncan Foundation in New York City to be a guest at the foundation and summer intensive, directed by Lori Belilove. 

Later that year Eshel danced for choreographer Seline Baumgratner, and in the beginning of 2017 for Hanita Meterani and Deena Fraiman, 

In October 2017 Haddas was selected to join the Kelim Center Choreography Program directed by Sharon Zuckerman Weiser. The program introduced Julyen Hamilton, Maya M. Carroll, Sigal Zouk, Yair Vardi, David Kern and many leading choreographers and dance professors. 


In June 2018 she created the solo piece 'DRIVE'. The piece was invited to perform in Kelim Center, Israeli Spring Festival in HaSimta Theater, Wicklow Festival in Ireland, PlastForma in Minsk, Belarus, Anima Mundi Festival during the biennale in Venice, WID Conference in Philadelphia, US and most recentley at the Craft Choreography in Vienna, Austria. 

In 2019 she created the trio 'Channel 3', performed in Kelim Center, IntimaDance Festival and Suzzanne Dellal Center in Tel Aviv.