About Me

Ballet has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. I was extremely privileged to train at The Royal Ballet School and graduated in 2011; however, after battling several very challenging injuries, I decided to end my ballet career aged 20 in order to focus on new passions. 


I have always been fascinated by the human body, what it is capable of and how different everyone’s body can be. My progression into a physiotherapy career seemed very natural and although I miss the joy of performing, I am totally fulfilled by assisting others to reach their full potential and personal goals. 

Throughout my training and years of studying, I have never stopped learning more and more about how our bodies perform at an optimal level and the attention to detail required for each individual to achieve theirs. I am now equipped with a level of knowledge and understanding that I only wish I had when I was training and I am thrilled to be able to share it with you. 

I qualified as a chartered physiotherapist with a BSc (hons) in 2016 and have since worked across both the public and private sectors as a Physiotherapist in London. I have successfully rehabilitated many different and complex conditions and particularly enjoy treating musculoskeletal/sports injuries, as well as providing post-operative rehabilitation. 


As a former graduate of The Royal Ballet School, I naturally have a special interest in dance specific injuries and believe in using a client-centred approach, addressing all necessary components of health and wellbeing. With additional certifications and interest in both sport nutrition and personal training, I’ll always endeavour to deliver fully-comprehensive treatment, encompassing all aspects attributing to wellness. With well-established connections with many exceptional London orthopaedic consultants, a thorough service is guaranteed.