As well as developing this form of dance in the UK she has successfully introduced Freestyle Dancing to other countries including Norway, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Trinidad, as well as helping to improve its popularity in countries such as South Africa.
Anna has trained hundreds of Freestyle Champions in all age groups covering Solos, Couples, Trios and Top Championship Teams. In 1993 Anna and her partner introduced Slow Freestyle to the UK, This is more of a balletic form of dance that is performed to ballads.They were also responsible for introducing Solo Spots for Championship dancers whereby the finalists in all sections individually perform a set piece choreographed by their dance teachers.
Many of the dancers trained by Anna have gone on to be very successful, some as teachers and choreographers themselves and others have achieved success on the stage, either on the West End or abroad. Many former pupils have achieved scholarships for top London stage schools.
Anna is very proud of her pupils past and present and feels her hard work and dedication has paid off. Anna has travelled extensively both at home and abroad lecturing, adjudicating and teaching Freestyle Dance.
Anna has also received Carl Alan & Le Classique de Danse awards for her achievements, as well as being very proud to have received a Millennium Award for "Outstanding Achievement and Consistent Excellence in Freestyle Dance"
Anna is an active member of the I.D.T.A executive board, having been President on a number of occasions, and is the Author of "Freestyle Dance" an internationally recognized reference book on Freestyle Dance.
a Fellow & Examiner, She also holds a Degree in Dance Teaching and is a guest lecturer at Buckingham University.