The Quiet Funny One
Sarah moved to Horsham from London and was looking for a studio within which she could continue her Pilates therapy business that she'd built up so successfully in London. Her knowledge and passion for therapeutic pilates was evident immediately, however it was her warm and gentle personality and gliding posture that won me over.
I soon learned that her interest in Pilates came from her time studying for a classical ballet diploma. After suffering a back injury, Pilates became a valuable tool during her recovery process. A couple of years later in 2004, she became a fully certified Pilates instructor with Pilates International in Australia. She continued to take courses in Gyrotonics (ask her what this is - it's very clever stuff), structural anatomy, The Franklin Method and also has a VTCT level three diploma in Swedish massage. She's worked at various studios with Physiotherapists in clinics in London and uses her clinical experience and knowledge to personalise her group sessions to keep them relevant to each individual.
Sarah’s classes have a lovely flow and gentle nature (she can rarely be heard downstairs when she's teaching) but don’t be fooled, you'll know you've done it a few hours later. Sarah has recently returned after a year off after her first baby , Poppy, and it's great to have her back at the studio.