AS A CHILD...

already inclined to dancing and the desire to move, I danced ballet at a young age and then got into the intensive training of rhythmic gymnastics. I was in the Austrian national team for a few years and ended my career in competitive sports with a World Cup participation in 2008 due to injury.
I’ve always loved the combination of music, dance and the creativity that comes with it. Even the hard, daily training, in which I often reached my physical and mental limits, had its charm for me at that time.
When this powerful pressure was over, I realized how free and carefree I wanted to continue this passion for agility and dance. In addition to my studies, I have also trained as a dance teacher and trainer. The passion for agility became more and more important, which is why I would like to pass on my experiences to interested parties.

IF I CAN DO IT, YOU CAN DO IT!

At the age of 16, I had a near-fatal accident. I broke my neck vertebrae in preparation for the European Championship, was paralyzed from the neck down for a short time and felt myself wheelchairbound for the rest of my life. Nevertheless, this time was one of the most valuable in my life. I had to live in a plaster from head to stomach for 8 weeks, which taught me patience.
I couldn’t compete in the European Championship, which taught me not to. I was operated on and was able to move almost as I did before, which taught me gratitude. I fought my way back into competitive sport and took part in the World Championships eight months later. This taught me perseverance and the knowledge that we can achieve anything if we want to and do something about it.
Many people do not trust themselves enough, do not believe in their potential and allow themselves to be restricted by social conventions. It is important to me that each of my students strengthens their self-esteem, which contributes significantly to progress. It all starts with a thought.
 

If I can do it, you can do it too!

  • Dance and stretching coach in the national squad of gymnasts (Vorarlberg eragymnastics November 2017 – July 2018)
  • Dance teacher in Dornbirn (Dance Art School March – July 2017)
  • Trainer in the national team of Rhythmic Gymnastics (Vorarlberg gymnastics team 2014 – 2019)
  • Member of the Austrian national team of Rhythmic Gymnastics (2002 – 2008)
  • Qualification for the DanceStar World Championship Lyrical Dance Profi Liga (Porec March 2018)
  • Silver Medal in Lyrical Dance at the DanceStar Live Qualifiers Championships (March 2018)
  • World Championship participation in Rhythmic Gymnastics (Porec 2007)
  • 37 Dance Shows in Qingdao/China (July – August 2018)
  • Member of the Tanzkompanie Junges Ensemble (Anne Thaeter 2015 – 2017)
  • Various dance and account performances throughout Europe (Das Spielvolk 2012 – 2017)
  • Vital 4 Brain – Simply Strong (Februar 2020)
  • Power reserve mobility in the Olympic Centre Vorarlberg (April 2018)
  • Certified Trainer (Olympiazentrum Vorarlberg December 2016)
  • Certified Dance Art School May 2014