I am a Certified Rolfer, based in London. I graduated in Summer 2014 and, along with 12 others, am one of the first students to graduate at the newly formed British Academy of Rolfing and Structural Integration (BARSI).
I started my life long passion for the body and movement as a dancer. I trained at Elmhurst Ballet School, this led to a career, rich with different styles of dance. I worked in flamenco (Raphael Aguillar), musical theatre (Cats and Grease in the West End) and circus (Hybrid and Aurelia’s Oratorio with the Chaplin family). I then took the natural step from performer to choreographer. This fostered leadership skills and lead to a deepening of my creativity. My choreographic work has been seen in the West end, on Broadway, and in major motion pictures.
“I have observed, in the course of my career, what holds a body back and what makes the body sing.”
The path to Rolfing drew closer with my experience as Head of Movement at Drama Studio London. This focussed my fascination in the connection between body and mind. I saw that releasing long held movement patterns created a deep transformation in my students.
My training in Rolfing-Structural Integration has advanced these skills. I have observed, in the course of my career, what holds a body back and what makes the body sing. In my sessions I offer a safe and personal approach. This allows for a deep integration of restrictions and limitations in the tissue of your body. A more aligned and graceful human being can emerge from this process.