Sarah was born in La Réunion Island and was raised in France where she started street dance at the age of 17. After working as a computer engineer for Alcatel Inc. she decided to redirect her career path to focus on dancing. She passed her E.A.T. (Technical Aptitude Exam) in Contemporary and Jazz dance in 2003. After completing her degree she moved to Paris and kept learning with teachers such as Corinne Lanselle, Carolyn Carlson, Julyen Hamilton and Junior Almeida.

She has worked with Abou Lagraa Company (2006-2014), David Drouard Company (2009-2011), Vincent Mantsoé Company (2009-2012) and Maryse Delente Company (2012-2013) among others.

She moved to London in 2014 and started to work with Liz Roche Company in Dublin on 'Bastard Amber' piece.

She joined Akram Khan Company in November 2014 and toured the production 'Kaash' for 2 years, during this time and after she taught repertory for the company.

Since then, she tours the duet of Liz Roche company 'Wrongheaded' and starts two new projects "I/Thou" and "Pilgrimage".

She also works with the french company Amala Dianor on the duet "Trait d'Union".

Class content

Sarah proposes to explore multiple notions such as the dynamics, texture and energy in order to discover some new body movements and to change the vision each one has of their own dance. The purpose is to let emerge our natural presence in the physical restraint.

Rhythm games, improvisation and danced exercises will allow students to reconnect with the instinct so that each person may find their own way to apprehend the movement. Sarah suggests therefore in her classes to share resources she learned through the companies she worked with, developing her own artistic vision.