About me

Member of CIMSPA & PMA (Pilates Method Alliance)

Training & Experience

I completed my Tula training in Brighton under the supervision of physiotherapist Caroline Bailey. Once I received my certificate I broadened my knowledge studying about Osteoporosis and human anatomy.

In 2019 I formally trained to teach the Franklin Method; this method uses imagery, neurolinguistics, and physical methods to re-connect, re-balance and wake-up the body and I was certified as a Fascia trainer for the lower back. In addition, I have also done my Gateway Pilates course with Polestar and every Thursday I listen to a webinar on different subjects such as anatomy and medical issues that may limit movement. More knowledge helps me become a better teacher, promote a better healthy self-awareness and improve clients’ range of movement altogether to achieve a better quality of life.

Face-to-face teaching is much more valuable and even if I can no longer touch and correct participants I can make sure you are doing the exercises correctly and insure your wellbeing.  I will follow the new government guidelines for COVID, so rest assured that I will do my best to keep us all safe.