Some background for you…

The ITV programme Gladiators was a huge part of my twenties.

I was running my own Dance and Fitness School in Farnham, Surrey while maintaining commitments to castings and auditions in London. I’d previously finished my professional training in choreography and performing arts at London Contemporary and The London Studio Centre.

The oddest casting came up whereby I found myself doing gym tests at the Woolwich Barracks army assault course for a show that was coming over from America called ‘Gladiators’. The rest is history and I spent 4 and a half years swinging, hitting, grappling, tackling, flying and sprinting around the then NIA in Birmingham (now the Barclaycard Arena.) My character as ‘Jet’ was accepted into many a living room and I received some of the nicest feedback to this day from that time in my life ...and struck a chord with some of the kindest hearts too, I believe!?

I left following an accident at the live Wembley Arena show in the Spring of 1996. By this time I had started doing many more TV appearances. I had numerous contracts as a TV and radio presenter for BBC TV and Radio, ITV, SKY and I also continued to do other TV and Film work as an actor.

During this phase I still taught in Fitness and kept up to speed as much as possible with the Health & Fitness Industry. I also managed to fulfil a life long ambition to study the mind and train as a psychotherapist.

During my training I was placed in a large hospital in Surrey and I was further encouraged to write material and deliver seminars and workshops for wellness in the work place. The result being my Core Philosophy Seminar and Programme which has been delivered to many client groups across the UK.

Having a keen sense of worth in your life creates a foundation for your happiness. All these elements and many more are looked at in the Core Philosophy programme.

I have now become a tutor to our future counsellors and psychotherapists, which I deem a privilege.

You may have seen me as a regular on the TV show Big Brother’s Bit on the Side as one of their ‘Psyche’s. This was a wonderfully alluring experience. Working on the show furthered my fascination with how reality TV is changing the face of our relationship with ‘fame’ and its presence in our society.

I am currently working with Channel 4's TV show 'Steph's Packed Lunch' as their resident psychotherapist.

I now have over twenty years experience in psychotherapy and counselling and many more in teaching fitness, in particular Pilates. After experiencing many wear and tear injuries as well as explosive combat injuries, I’ve found the Pilates model of movement to be the most thorough and fundamental. It is a great foundation for everyday function and even to platform to other activities or sports. I see constant and almost instant results from attendees in my classes.

Combining my passion for movement with understanding the human mind gives me so many ways to help support and empower those I work with.

If you’ve any questions for me then do feel free to contact via this website and in time I, or a member of my team will get back to you.

Thanks once again.