Veronika is founder of Floating Fitness London. She is originally from Hungary. Veronika is a Dance Movement Psychotherapist (2015 - MA Goldsmiths University London), licenced Pole Dance Fitness, Aerial Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga (200hrs) Flow teacher. She has an international teaching career in pole dance and aerial yoga: Hungary (Budapest), The Netherlands (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Tilburg) and the UK (London). She has taught Chinese Pole students in The Netherlands at Fonty’s University, the Academy for Circus and Performance Art.
Although she has a musculoskeletal disorder from early childhood, she competes in pole dancing since 2012 amongst professional sport participants. Her results include: 2019 - 1st place of Pole Theatre Hungary, Comedy Category, 2012 -2nd place of Miss Pole Dance Hungary.
Veronika believes that pole dancing is a great means of self-expression, and aerial yoga is the best way of keeping our body in harmony. Through teaching she hopes to contribute to the aim of challenging the prejudices surrounding pole dance in order to bring this attractive style of movement into the world of sport and performing arts. She offers classes for children, teenagers and adults as well.
Veronika has a PhD in Psycholinguistics. Her research fields are learning difficulties and human comprehension. As a Dance Movement Psychotherapist she offers Therapeutic Dance/Movement Workshops, Yoga Therapy, Meditation, Relaxation, Mindfulness techniques for groups and individuals. At the moment she works with clients experiencing social exclusion and mental health disorders.