Credentials

– National University of Singapore, B.A (Phil/Psych)
– Moving Arts Scholars’ Dancer (2011-2012)
– Advanced One Ballet Certification (Royal Academy of Dance, UK)
– Royal Academy of Dance Registered Teacher
– BTA Movement Anatomy™ (Biomechanics and Pathologies)
– BodyTree Academy (BTA) Certified Comprehensive Pilates Teacher

– EBFA Barefoot Training Specialist® Level 1& 2
– BARE® Workout Instructor
– Functional Range Conditioning Movement Specialist

– Managing Director, BodyTree Academy

– Director, BodyTree Group

“Nothing is more revealing than movement.” – Martha Graham

As a child, Tabitha has always loved how music and rhythm can inspire movement. Starting at the age of 8 in Jazz, followed by Chinese, modern and contemporary style dances, she finally began her ballet journey at a late age of 18.
Her affinity for ballet landed her to a place in Raw Moves’ pre professional scholars’ programme and was trained under the guidance of Mr Ricky Sim and Mr Ng Kin Wee. Tabitha was also training under NUS’s dance group, Synergy. However the rigours of training and rehearsals led to injury after injury, which forced her to place her dancing days on hold.

In spite of this set back, Tabitha was determined to dance again. A chance opportunity led her on a path of rehabilitation with pilates. Through her rehabilitation, she developed an appreciation for mindful movement with a mobile body and now believes that through mindful movements one will achieve the greatest freedom to move. Now as a Pilates instructor, she is passionate about working with both dancers and non-dancers to realise their movement potential, and discover the joys of having the freedom to move.

In 2020, Tabitha took on the position as Managing Director of BodyTree Academy, and Director of BodyTree Group. She is also a ballet teacher (since 2014) and a dance conditioning coach, but enjoys teaching both dancers and non dancers who are invested in taking charge of their bodies. In her free time she still enjoys attending contemporary dance classes.