Alongside her dance schedule, she partook and excelled in science-based classes to aid in her pursuit of medical school. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BFA in Dance and received the prestigious, outstanding dancer award, the Ruth St. Denis Award. In summer 2017, alongside the medical school application processes, she has found the time to complete her teacher Pilates Mat Certification in Edmonton under her first Pilates mentor, Steven Bryson. Currently, she is still teaching pilates and dance, as well as pursuing a medical degree at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Medicine, Class of 2022.
What you can expect from her class is an educational and eye-opening movement experience. Her classes always start with breathing and internalizing one's focus. From there, she teaches how to access intrinsic core stabilizers via one's breath to achieve optimal alignment and muscle balances. Since there are many ways of learning, she teaches with her voice for the listeners, demonstrations for the visuals, and tactically teaches for the kinesthetics. Questions and dialog in regard to what individuals are feeling during the movements is endorsed to encourage a learning environment for all!