I began dancing when I was about 4 years old and continued to study dance at school and college. I then attended Arts University Bournemouth, completing a 3 year course and gaining a BA (Hons) Degree in dance.   Throughout my studies and beyond I have taken freelance work and placements working with children and adults with a variety of different abilities and ages. This ranged from 5 year olds with ADHD to older people with Parkinson’s, all of which have enabled me to expand my experience and passion for dance and wellbeing.  I currently work as an ASC (Autistic Spectrum Condition) LSA at The Ridgeway School & Sixth Form. This means I work closely with children from year 7 to year 12 who have been diagnosed with autism and some with additional needs. Although our students may have one thing in common, they are all individuals with undoubtedly unique personalities and interests. I truly believe that dance and creativity has a massive positive impact to our wellbeing, for people of all ages and abilities. We all need and deserve the opportunity to express ourselves through music and dance.  


My inspirations are;  

  • All things Disney 

  • The people around me – strangers, colleagues, friends, family 

“Here’s to those who inspire you and don’t even know it”  

  • Music – ranging from Harry Styles to Bon Iver  

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All elements of the sessions are child centered and there is no pressure to perform,
just to relax, enjoy and have a good time.