Moving has always fascinated me and I loved training in gymnastics as a child. My degree involved sports. I hold a masters in Sportoekonomie (sports and business) from the University of Bayreuth in Germany with an additional qualification in health and fitness. The course brought me in contact with body and mind therapies, which had a big impact on my own wellbeing. It was the start of a lifelong passion to understand the nature of health and how we can tap into our own potential to help ourselves alongside the classical medical routes.
I was initially drawn to the Feldenkrais Method. My first Functional Integration lesson made me feel as if I were walking on air. I attended regular Awareness Through Movement lessons and was struck by the profound effect they had on me. After moving to England, I trained as a Feldenkrais practitioner to be able to teach others what I had experienced. I qualified as a Feldenkrais practitioner, and I am registered with the Feldenkrais Guild UK. Since 2005 I have been running regular classes and individual sessions.
My own path of development and interest in anatomy led me to take the Anatomy & Physiology course at the Craniosacral Educational Trust (CTET). Thereafter I studied and qualified as a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist. I am a registered member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association of the United Kingdom (CSTA) and I abide by the codes of ethic and undertake continuing professional development.