Nina Dipla was born in Thessalonique. From 1980 to 1985 she was a member of the National Greek team of Rhythmic Gymnastics. She began taking classical ballet with Aspa Foutsi and she continued with Daniel Lommel whereupon she joined the Rosella Hightower center for International Dance in Cannes. At the age of 17 she signed her first contract with the National Theatre of Thessalonique. She then left to study at the Folkwang Hochschule in Essen, where she received her diploma in 1993. She became a member of the Folkwang Tanz Studio (FTS) where she danced for, among others, Pina Bausch in the Right of Spring

Since 1999 she has collaborated as an interpreter for multiple choreographers, composers, and scenographers. She was an assistant to the Tanz Wuppertaler Theater (Pina Bausch) for the reprisal of Tannhäuser. Nina currently lives in Paris. She obtained her Diploma from the State in teaching and gives classes at the ERAC (school of Dramatic Art in Cannes). She also teaches at the CND of Paris and Lyon, the CNSMDC of Lyon, at the Ménagerie de Verre, at Studio Kelemenis, at Philip Saire's company in Geneva and Christiane Blaise at the choreographic center of Tours, and gives stages in France as well as abroad (Germany, Greece, Slovania).

In 2006 she collaborated with the scenographer Maria Giparaki for the opera "Ariadni of Naxos" presented at the festival of Patras (Greece). Also in 2006 she collaborated with the scenographer Anne Alvaro for "Esprit-Madeleine" presented at Théâtre de Chaillot, and for Troïlus and Cressida played at the House of Maria Casarès in Alloue, and in 2007 at the CDD in Montreuil.

In 2007 she collaborated with the Scenographer Jean-Pierre Vincent for "Une Orestie" presented at the Théâtre de l'aquarium at the Cartoucherie in Paris. In 2007-2008 after having worked on the Colina Artistic Laboratory, the necessity to continue working on the creation was evident. In progress the duo "Stol" (formerly known as "Gravity") was in residence in Marseille (Théâtre des Bernadines) and also at the Choreographic center of Orléans (J. Nadj).

In 2007-2008 she collaborated with the scenographer Claudia Stravinsky for "Jeux Doubles" presented at the Théâtre des Celestins in Lyon, and for "La boite à Zouzous" concert with the National Orchestra of Lyon.

Currently Nina Dipla is in creation for a new project for two dancers and one musician entitled "Une attraction Invisible".

She is invited as a choreographer and teacher to the Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Montpellier under the direction of Ariel Garzia Valdés. She is in collaboration with the Ateliers de Paris at the Cartoucherie as well as Josef Nadj since May 2008 (choreographic stages with AFDAS). For the 2008-2009 season Nina Dipla was invited in France (CND and various CCNs) and abroad to Brazil, Canada, Greece, and Slovaqia as a choreographer and teacher.