What makes your class so f’ing awesome?
Music leads first – my classes are the closest I get to an actual night out these days. Giving everything, (really, everything) to my class comes a very close second.
What was your journey to becoming an instructor? How the hell did you get here?
I braved the Big Smoke for a graduate scheme in 2015, worked my way around (almost) every studio in London, and realised that I wanted to be in the studio, all day, every day to counteract London life. I used Frame as my target, completing Level 2 Exercise To Music (classic) before spending the majority of my day in Frame, behind the desk and training to teach Rebounding as my first class. Memories.
What is your signature style?
I frequently change my nostalgic Cool Down songs as I can never decide on which one to use. It’s nice to spot the look of recognition on other peoples’ faces when they hear a song that takes them back too.
Cool Downs are incredibly important to me – they aren’t to be rushed. It’s my final chance to re-set someone’s mindset before they leave the studio, so I’ll make every minute of the class count.
What makes you, you?
If I have a deadline coming up, my hair will change colour drastically – procrastination at it’s finest.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?
Don’t cry over someone who wouldn’t cry over you. (Lauren Conrad).
If you weren’t an Instructor, what would you be?
A dog-walker, who gets to keep the dogs.