Diversity defines me, since the beginning. Because I’m born from a Breton father and a Reunionese mother, it’s easy for me to feed myself with all the cultures I can. So, when I was a child everything was an excuse to create a “show”, a choreography, a story (...etc) and almost everywhere. Then it was normal to me to start to learn theatre and dance. I did a lot of different kind of dances : contemporary, modern-jazz, classical… and it was my big passion for many years but then I had many health problems which stopped me for a while. But I decided that it wasn’t the end for me and I started to learn Breton dances with my family. It worked for about ten years and finally my body stopped me again. I spent five years thinking that I wouldn’t be able to dance again and I didn’t during all this time. Then I met Julien and I was really moved when he came back from Gennetines, thrilled and filled of happiness. I felt it and followed him to St Gervais to try to dance again. And this time I understood. I understood that I had to listen to my body , to feel it, to adapt my movements in order to dance with myself. Then everything became possible. Back to Britanni I decided to organize balfolk and to be a member of the association “La Balette Saucisse”. It gave me courage and pleasure to dance every month, then every week, in festivals, balfolks and also in other kind of dances like tango, contact improvisation, kizomba, zouk, lindy hop… Balfolk dances are for me the perfect way to explore and express all kind of cultures and movements. I began to do workshops in pairs and that’s where I discovered that teaching and sharing brings me as much joy as dancing itself. It helped me to trust myself bit by beat and leaded me to create workshops on my own.