Growing up in New Zealand, Chloe (@chloecarrodu) has been dancing for as long as she can remember. She was already dancing on stage by the age of 5 and fast forward 20 years she continues to do it professionally around the world.
Chloe was heavily involved in sports such as netball, touch rugby, horse riding and tennis during her school years and moved to Melbourne to study full-time in a dance school for 2 years where she gained her qualifications. This led to her working as a professional dancer in various shows and securing jobs and contracts all over the world. She eventually settled in London and was an instructor at “Move Your Frame”, London’s leading dance, barre and pilates studio.
With her background, Chloe brings a different flair and creative flavour to her work and is able to pass on her knowledge in dance, barre and pilates to help clients with their health and fitness goals, allowing them to enjoy fitness the way she does and not to think of it as a chore.
Specialising in different genres of dance, aerobics, pilates, working with children, barre and pre- and post-natal (barre), Chloe finds joy in seeing her clients feeling good in their own skin and walking out the door with a beaming smiles, sweat dripping and endorphins flowing after a session.
My Biggest Inspiration: Poppy and granny.
My favourite quote: “It always seems impossible until it’s done.”
Go-to workout music: House
My favourite cheat meal: Chips and kiwi onion dip or fish and chips.
My unknown talent: Umm…
My biggest fear: Heights and snakes.
Best piece of advice given to me: “Do what you want if it makes you truly happy. If you don’t like it, change. Otherwise it wastes your life. We are here for a good time not a long time!”
My workout war cry/self-motivation mantra: “If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you.”