I got into dance quite late, but knew I always wanted to be a performer. I came across streetdance when I moved to Bristol from Aberystwyth and then saw Breakin when I moved to London and dedicated the rest of my 20’s to training and performing with different crews and battling as a solo Bgirl. 
At 30 I moved back to Wales to have my son and thought my dance life was over until I found Ashtanga yoga. This yoga breathed life back into my body and mind like never before. So now at 37 I am stronger and more flexible than I was in my 20’s, I’m still dancing, performing and teaching. 
I have put together my own sequence of yoga for dancers and anyone that wants to stay strong and flexible so we can all dance and be free from injury and pain for as long as possible.

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