Sam graduated with a BSc(HONS) in Physiotherapy in 1999 and initially worked for the NHS for 3 years before moving to a private hospital in Bolton. She soon moved into private practice and provided Physiotherapy for two rugby teams and taught Pilates through her training with the APPI (Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute).
In 2008 she emigrated to New Zealand, where she also worked in private practice and continued her Pilates training with local running clubs. She has been teaching Pilates for a variety of clients, from the sporting individual to those recovering from back injuries since. She is also trained in dry needling acupuncture, which can be very beneficial in reducing painful symptoms.
Despite her love for New Zealand she decided to return to the UK in 2016. Sam is now based at the Wessex Health Network, treating clients in clinic as well as teaching Pilates and HIT in the studio. She also teaches Pilates at Highcliffe Castle on Monday mornings.