Sandrine is a dance artist and choreographer.
Her work stands as a channel for deeper connections; through movement and storytelling, she empowers people to dial into their bodies, their senses and their emotions and reconnect with themselves, others and the world.
She has been a professional dancer for over 15 years and worked with internationally renowned companies - Gärtnerplatz Teater, Phoenix Dance Theatre - and choreographers such as William Forsythe, Wayne McGregor, Christopher Bruce, Itzik Galili, and many more.
Throughout her career, she has also been developing my own choreographic work, supported by Arts Council England and the Genesis Foundation. Her first ever professional work (Calyx, Phoenix Dance Theatre) was nominated ‘Best Premiere’ in Dance Europe Magazine and toured around the UK, Europe and China. She has since created for dance and theatre companies, youth groups and for the screen.
Identified as a future leader by the OneDance UK, she has been working with thousands of young people from top UK vocational training (NSCD, Northern Ballet Academy, Elmhurst Ballet School, Centre for Advanced Training Programmes), supporting them entering the professional world with the necessary tools – physically, mentally and emotionally.
Her practice, grounded in the exploration of our senses and our emotions, can be tailored to everyone; it has led Sandrine to do extensive work around mental health and wellbeing as well as working with Blind and visually impaired people.
Thriving to continuously learn and grow, she graduated with a Masters Degree in Dance Practice in 2010 (Palucca Schule Dresden, Germany) and in 2021 with a MA in Choreography (Central School of Ballet, London). She also studied several business, finance and mental health awareness courses (Open University).
Informed by her expertise, she provides creative approaches for everyone - from people living with a disability to professional dancers. In her classes, workshops, productions and films, she creates places of connections, encouraging life in a healthier body and a healthier mind and promoting acceptance, expression and growth through movement.