Initially, I wanted to become a nurse.
Born in London to Chinese and Swiss roots, I have always been firmly attached to motion and the art of moving. Since I can remember it has always been a big part of my character.
I started ballet classes at 5 and growing up I loved trampolining, artistic gymnastics as well as volleyball and football, this very much to the horror of my ballet teacher.
Following my studies in Design and Dance, I travelled throughout Europe participating in a number of workshops and training courses. My love of dance, of the stage and of all things creative gradually took me in different directions which, in turn, serve to influence and inspire one another.
I became aware of Pilates and Gyrotonic following a slipped disc, which almost cost me my dance career. I credit these methods with the fact that I am now fully rejuvenated, pain-free and am able to continue to follow my passion of dance.
After my training to an instructor, Pilates and Gyrotonic now belong to my repertoire of movement, which has given me a new awareness of the body and its health benefits. This training also helped me get back into shape very quickly following my pregnancy in 2013.
My versatility and professional backgrounds have helped me on the way to an extensive and profound understanding of the needs of the body; what I have discovered myself, I willingly pass on to others.