About Veronica


INVOLUNTARY – Dir: Katrina Lazaroff. Photo: Chris Herzfeld

Veronica began dancing at age four, training in classical ballet, spanish flamenco and contemporary dance. Graduating from Adelaide’s Centre for the Performing Arts with a Bachelor of Dance Performance, Veronica has since worked as a contemporary and aerial dancer, rehearsal director and project manager with various independent dance projects, companies and choreographers including; Australian Dance Theatre, Legs On The Wall Physical Theatre, dropArt: Aerial Dancers, Bare Bones Dance Collective and most recently, One Point 618 Dance Theatre & Education. During this time Veronica also completed a Graduate Diploma in Management (Arts) (University of South Australia), and a Bachelor of Arts Honours (Dance) (WAAPA, Edith Cowan University).

Since 2009, in addition to dancing, Veronica has worked as a remedial, sports and relaxation massage therapist. In 2014, Veronica completed the Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia. In 2015, in collaboration with Parkinson’s SA, Veronica commenced teaching dance classes for people with Parkinson’s disease. Veronica also teaches a general Over 65s contemporary dance class for Burnside Council and initiated a similar dance class for Campbelltown City Council. In 2018 Veronica  completed her Polestar Mat Pilates instructor’s qualification.

From the merging of multiple perspectives, Veronica has developed a keen interest in the moving body and a firm belief in the marrying of the arts and health. With the summation of her experiences and skills, Veronica eventually hopes to work in a more preventative field of Physiotherapy, with the goal of educating and empowering individuals to optimise and maintain their own movement potential.