About me…

Prior to teaching Pilates I worked in media agencies and radio companies in London. This gave me a great background in business and customer service. Whilst it was an enjoyable time, I then had a young family and wanted to stay local for them. Hence the career change into teaching Pilates – I haven’t looked back!

Having practised Pilates for over 20 years I decided to take it up professionally. I trained with a company called Pilates Training Solutions in 2012, gaining my certificate to teach the new higher level qualification – Pilates Level 3 Matwork. Subsequently I’ve completed two more courses on the use of small equipment and Pilates and pregnancy.

I fundamentally believe in and have seen the benefits of what regular Pilates practise can do for people. I myself have suffered from back problems and couldn’t be without regular Pilates practise now. I feel passionate about Pilates and teaching as I love working with people from all walks of life.

I aim to provide a friendly, knowledgable, positive, open and personal environment for each of my clients. I work on students technique first and then build up levels to keep everyone progressing. I enjoy teaching using small equipment such as chi balls, dynabands, pilates loops and reformer loop bands and include these in my routines to add variety, assistance and resistance.

In 2017 and 2018 I attended courses with APPI education learning how to adapt Pilates exercises to be appropriate for children. I am hugely passionate about teaching children and thoroughly enjoy our group sessions. I believe that learning young has a huge benefit to children. 

I’m a keen runner and a proud member of the Brooks Run Happy Team, you can follow my running adventures on IG @thepilatesrunner

Find out more about Brooks Running at – www.brooksrunning.com/en_gb/brooks-run-happy-team

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