I move, therefore
I am
— Haruki Murakami

Having a successful dance career over the past 15 years, I have been fortunate to travel the world doing what I love; moving. Whilst performing in Vienna in 2007, I was introduced to my first yoga class by a colleague.  I was instantly hooked!  Yoga enhanced the connection between body and mind.  I became simply more aware.  As my career progressed, yoga remained a huge part of my daily routine.  I have practised various styles of yoga, with many wonderful teachers, not only in Europe but in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and the USA.  

In 2013 I suffered an injury and was faced with 2 choices: surgery or rest & rehab.  A great believer in the human body and its ability to heal, I chose the latter.  This is where my journey led me to pilates.  After 3 months thanks to proper nutrition, rest, yoga, pilates (and a wonderful physiotherapist), I was back in action and feeling stronger than ever.  The respect I gained for my body throughout this time was immense and the experience really taught me a lot, but most of all, it fed my hunger to learn…

…and so in 2015 I travelled to Rishikesh, India and completed my Vinyasa RYT Training.  I studied, and continue to study, the human anatomy, and I completed my BASI® Pilates Teacher Training in Berlin, Germany.