Bio: I’m originally from Sarnia, Ontario where I grew up playing competitive volleyball, rollerblading around town and spending time on the water. One of the great things about my hometown was the number of music festivals that came around in the summer. No matter the size, local or established, we were always surrounded by music of some genre and immersed in the concert community. I went on to study at the University of Ottawa where I studied Fine Art and Media Communication, then rounded out my studies with a diploma in filmmaking from Fanshawe. I’ve been in London since, doing freelance media production and working full time at Western University as a Multimedia Content Producer. Outside of work, you can catch me working front desk at Lost and still filling my weekends with concerts and volleyball or shamelessly watching Gilmore Girls for the 15th time.
Class Style: My classes are balanced with a focus on a faster pace. I lean towards high energy tracks that encourage riders to take their riding to where they want to go. Whether it be holding fast jogs, staying in a sprint a bit longer, or trying a new combo, my aim is to provide a space to try new things, get comfortable with being uncomfortable, and explore your limits. I want you to leave class feeling accomplished and confident while having fun!
Music: Anything and everything! I’m always listening to music, so my interests are always evolving. You can consistently expect high energy tracks that have a strong house-funk-rock-indie influence. I also have a soft spot for throwbacks and a good headbanger or two!
Why I get LOST: I stumbled across LOST through a Hairstrong Instagram story about two years ago, and was oddly fascinated with what this place was. I never heard much about rhythm riding before, and since I was in my ‘trying new things’ era, I gave it a go and haven’t looked back! LOST quickly became something more than a great workout, it became a safe haven of support, encouragement and release, both on and off the bike. An inclusive community that was there for you no matter the day, or the direction you’re wanting to grow. That, paired with music and collective movement, was and still is a very special thing to experience, and I knew I wanted to be a part of creating that for others!