Our mission is to help women fall in love with their bodies, whatever happens around or inside them.
Our clients are busy people who want to be without pain, feel fit, strong and unstoppable.
How did it all begin?
When I was 21 and had just started my fitness studies, I severely injured my back. The injury put me off the course for over a year, with very little support or hope from medical experts. But, as I can be particularly stubborn and knew that fitness was the path I wanted to take, I decided to find my own way and learn differently from my colleagues.
What sets your business apart?
I understand the language of the body and what is stopping it from fully supporting the person. I help our clients find ways to move freely again, because our bodies are made for movement.
What is the concept behind your business or the problem you’re solving?
I help women struggling with a body that lets them down and holds them back from their vision. I give in-depth guidance on how to make yourself a priority and how to live in a full and healthy way.
Where to next/What is your brand vision?
My online programme, The Wakeup Strategy, is a step forward to working worldwide. It is a programme to help you reset your body and your mind through three habits to build and implement in your life: Listen, Connect and Move.
What do you feel passionate about/what drives you?
I am passionate about creating anything that can spark magic in someone and spread that magic through movement.
Share an example of early life that has shaped you?
When I was a kid, I was shy, quiet and bullied for being too emotional. Dancing gave me physical strength and being on stage allowed me to express my emotions through movement.
Highlights of your business journey so far?
My first client in France and my first client in London. When I understood what I was best at was helping people. When I accepted my true purpose and how to make it possible.
Key lessons you have learned along the way?
My intuition and instincts are my best advisors. My brain doesn’t want me to be happy, but safe. I can let go of any limiting beliefs I have. Every problem has its solution, it just likes playing hide and seek.
Best piece of advice you have received?
Don’t listen to any advice from someone who doesn’t have or has never had a business.
Advice to an aspiring entrepreneur or woman just starting her career?
Trust your intuition. Don’t overthink things, life is too short. Say yes to opportunity that brings you out of your comfort zone, and then think of the how.
What funding route have you chosen for your business and why?
My mother at the start for advertising, but then bank loans when needed.
Some of the challenges you have faced and how you overcame them?
I had to learn a new language in a city that is multicultural, so I had to learn different body language and ways to teach quite quickly. Being a mother and self-employed is a challenge that has brought me more understanding about a woman’s body. It has changed my vision of the world and how I want to be part of it. Working with people in pain has challenged what I learnt in my studies and given me more confidence around the way I work.
Why is it important to support women-led business?
I feel that women are still “afraid” to take control of their own destiny. We think too much about being perfect before acting, while men would just act and then think. Supporting a women-led business is essential to give voice and space to different female personalities who are strongly needed at that time.