Born in Guildford, England to German/English parents.
Trained at the Elmhurst Ballet School, and English National Ballet School.

Joined the Norwegian National Ballet
Performed with numerous European Ballet companies also as a soloist including; Scottish Ballet. Ballet Victor Ullate Madrid, Ballett Chemnitz, Mainfranken Theater Würzburg, Oper Halle and Ballett Koblenz. Repertoire includes works by; Ashton, Bjorn, Petipa, Robert North, Nils Christie, Victor Ullate, Galina Samsova, Birgit Scherzer, Anna Vita, Youri Vamos, Ralph Rossa
2004 onwards-
Choreographed the following works; “Burn it Blue”, “Patas Negras”, “Entwined Lives” (Mainfranken Theater Würzburg), “Les Petits Riens” and “Der Handwerker as Edelmann” (Bayerische kammeroper)
Assistant to Anna Vita for the Ballet “Anderson´s Welt”, and occasionally taught company class (Mainfranken Theater Würzburg)
Graduated from the Professional Dancer´s Teaching Diploma of the Royal Academy of Dance London
Certified as a Level 1 GYROKINESIS Trainer
Graduated with an MSc in Dance Science from the Trinty Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London
GYROKINESIS Instructor in London (Golborne Place, Kinesis Studios)
Faculty member Royal Academy of Dance, London
Freelance ballet teacher in Berlin and guest teacher at "Die Etage", Berlin
Mentor on the Royal Academy of Dance´s Professional Dancers Postgraduate Teaching Diploma in cooperation with the Staatsballett Berlin
GYROKINESIS Instructor (Studio 74), London and freelance in Berlin
Completed the training to become a Pre and Post Natal GYROKINESIS Instructor
October 2014-
Invited to present at the International Conference of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS) in Basel, Switzerland
Certified as a Level 2 GYROKINESIS Trainer
Certified as a Jumping Stretching Board GYROKINESIS Trainer
Faculty member (ballet) at "Die Etage"


It is not only Anneli´s love for her profession, which motivates her to teach, but also her passion to educate and train dancers in a more holistic way.

By integrating her knowledge of the GYROKINESIS method into her classes, she aims to help dancers discover a more fluid and efficient movement quality. Combined with the latest research in Dance Science, Anneli hopes not only to give dancers what they need to perform well artistically, but to support both their physical and psychological well-being.

Early teaching experience was gained with the company of the Mainfranken Theater Würzburg, teaching ballet class to adults and to the dancers for the Mozart Sommer, Bayerische Kammeroper productions in 2010 and 2012.

Anneli graduated from the Professional Dancer's Teaching Diploma, London in 2012. She was subsequently offered work teaching at the Urdang Academy, and as a faculty member of The Royal Academy of Dance, London.

In Berlin she teaches at various schools and at "Die Etage".

She was a mentor for the Professional Dancers Postgraduate Teaching Diploma run by The Royal Academy of Dance in Berlin and in cooperation with The Staatsballet Berlin.

Choreographies include “Entwined Lives”, “Burn it Blue” and “Patas Negras” (Mainfranken Theater Würzburg) and “Les petits Riens” and “Der Handwerker als Edelmann” (Bayerischer Kammeroper).

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An interest in how the body works, preventing injuries and teaching technique in a more holistic way was the reason why Anneli chose to study Dance Science. The research being carried out in this area is growing rapidly and therefore conditions are improving for professional dancers and students.

Dance Science includes areas such as injury prevention, anatomy, physiology, nutrition and psychology, and where Sports Science is aimed at athletes, is tailored to the particular needs of dancers. Anneli is qualified to consult dancers in these areas.

In many countries dance scientists are being employed as consultants to major ballet companies.

Anneli carried out research for her MSc investigating the long term effects of a career in classical ballet on the health and well-being of dancers. She was invited to present her research at the 2014 International Conference of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS).

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