I believe we all have it in us to create and enjoy efficiency of movement within our bodies. With my encouragement and expertise combined with your trust and commitment to change, I believe you can unlearn and break habits allowing freedom and ease of movement.
I trained in London with Body Control in 1998; from there I moved to Brighton where I worked at one of the UK’s leading studios for 18 months. I continued my studies in Kendal where I completed a three year full time training course qualifying in The Alexander Technique.
In 1999 I qualified in the Pilates Reformer, and in 2005 in the Pilates Cadillac. These are specialist pieces of equipment designed by Joseph Pilates.
In 2016, I discovered Hanna Somatics and feel very excited about this. I decided to train as a coach for Hanna Somatics Movement. By June 2017, I will have completed two training courses with world-leading teacher Martha Patterson.
Armed with 19 years experience, I now teach, develop and combine Pilates, Alexander Techniques and Hanna Somatic Movement into a dynamic system focused on body control, stability, awareness and movement with an emphasis and understanding of all three disciplines which merge into a total system of body control.
I teach, design and deliver workshops around the UK that focus on freedom of movement in walking, shoulder hypertension and stabilisation.
I am happy and open to developing any workshop for specific groups who may have a particular interest in any area involving Pilates or Hanna Somatics. I’m also happy to travel anywhere to teach.
Collaboration with health professionals
I work closely with physiotherapists, osteopaths and other health professionals. They highly respect and approve of my approach, finding it particularly safe for those with not only back, but a whole range of movement and integrated functional problems.
I look forward to working with you. If you have any queries please get in touch!
Advice from a tree
Stand tall and proud
Sinkyour roots deeply into the earth
Be content with your natural beauty
Go out on a limb
Drink plenty of water
Remember your roots
Enjoy the view