Charlotte trained at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance and spent four years devoted to her practice, completing a BPA Honours Degree and Postgraduate Degree with distinction. Since then Charlotte has worked as a professional dancer performing for the likes of Colin Poole and Roberta Jean (MysterySkin) and toured nationally and internationally in venues such as the Royal Opera House, London, the Tsunagu Tayutau Arts festival, Japan, and 100W Corsicana, Texas.
Having seen the impact of injury on many of her colleagues in the works of professional dance, Charlotte developed a keen interest in the benefits of movement for prevention and rehabilitation. She began working at St Charles Hospital in London assisting physiotherapists and occupational therapists to deliver one-to-one exercise programmes.
But prevention is better than cure, and Charlotte felt her skills would be put to best use teaching and inspiring others to move for a strong and healthy body. In dynamic reformer pilates, she has found a discipline that combines her experience and practise that makes a difference. With such a rigorous training background Charlotte’s teaching style is dynamic and technical with a kind and encouraging approach in order to maximise the potential of every individual. Her love for movement, health and wellbeing keep her continuously striving to learn more. Sharing her discoveries, and seeing the changes in people she works with is one of the things she finds most rewarding about teaching.
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