Adi Salant started dancing at the age of 6 at the Bat-Dor School of Dance, where she studied for 12 years. After her graduation from the dance division of the Alon High School of Art , Adi joined Batsheva Ensemble for two years. She was then invited to join Batsheva Dance Company, where she danced for five years. When Adi left the company in 2001, she became Ohad Naharin's assistant and staged his work for leading dance companies around the world until 2009.
Adi moved to Denmark to join her partner in 2004, and she launched her own teaching and choreography career by winning Dansolution, a choreography competition in Copenhagen, Denmark. In the following years, she was commissioned to create for various theaters and companies in Denmark, and she was invited to present her choreography in festivals throughout the U.S., Europe, and Israel.
In September 2009 rejoined Batsheva Dance Company as Associate Artistic Director and in January 2013 was appointed Co-Artistic Director.