Sarah graduated in Human Biology from Oxford Brookes University and then went on to complete her training as a physiotherapist in 1992 from Birmingham. She worked briefly in the NHS before moving to a leading private hospital in North London, the Hospital Of St John and St Elizabeth for 18 years, where she developed a keen interest in movement dysfunction, lumbopelvic stability and muscle imbalances, initially developing a Back Care Exercise program with the National Back Pain Association, following her study with the Kinetic Control group. Sarah was introduced to the APPI method of Pilates and subsequently completing her APPI Matwork Pilates training in 2004 – 2006. Following a move to Oxfordshire, Sarah also worked with the British Army as a physiotherapist treating acute injuries and rehabilitating those with more complex chronic problems. Sarah has extensive experience in biomechanical analysis and postural screening to reveal the cause of injury or imbalance. Sarah started as an APPI International Master trainer presenting in 2008, sharing her infectious enthusiasm for Pilates with a wide range of audiences all over Europe, South Africa and Continental US. In her own time, Sarah enjoys running, keeping fit, cycling and HITT, as well as gardening, cooking and skiing.