Head of conditional trainings
All my life I have been surrounded by sport. I started my professional career at a very young age. I was a professional dancer for 15 years and then jumped to martial arts (Tae-Kwon-Do) where I trained for 6 years and earned an I.kup. I also worked for 5 years as a professional instructor for rollerblading and ice skating. 9 years ago my path lead me to Agility, where I found my passion and dreams.
I am known for having great success in agility with breeds that are not the most typical ones in that sport. My training brings great results when improving speed, motivation and independence on agility course. In average I attend 10-15 competitions a year and in that short(er) period of competing, I managed to become NATIONAL CHAMPION, CUP WINNER, WINTER CUP WINNER, multiple IMCA WINNER, EO individual WINNER and FCI AWC medalist (I accomplished all that together with my three different dogs ). All my dogs have also qualified for EO (where papilon and pumi also set best times) and for AWC (as full members and as reserve).
I’m working as a physiotherapist in a Rehabilitation Clinic for 5 years now. Every day I see the very hard and long way from injured people back to normal life. Training and competing agility shows me the difficulties in our sport every day. All the turns, fast stopping, decelerating and all this while watching the dog and orientating yourself in the course is very challenging. Therefore I’m convinced that the right training for us humans can not only prevent a lot of injuries but also give us top athletic performance to be even faster for our dogs!