About Us


Bridget and Enid are Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapists with ADMP UK, the UK professional body for DMP - an organisational member of UKCP. Although each has specific areas of additional expertise and experience, they share a

common belief in the transformative capacity of expresssive embodied movement: "We are passionate about bringing

this healing, life-affirming practice to all those who may benefit, young and old".

Enid Gill

Enid has always been involved in dance. As a child she studied ISDT Ballet, Classical Greek, and National dance and then went    on to vocational training at the London School of Contemporary Dance, graduating with a B.A (Hons) degree.

Over the next 10 years Enid worked as a freelance dance artist in the UK and Belgium. In 1994 Enid began practising L'Art du Chi,  the Stevenovitch method of Tai Chi Chuan, and has been teaching in Europe and the UK for over 15 years.

With a focus always revolving around dance, the body and wellbeing, Dance Movement Psychotherapy was Enid's next natural step. In 2009 Enid graduated from Goldsmiths University with a Masters degree and has been working with a variety of client groups including adult mental health, older populations and  learning disability.

Bridget Poulter

After a career in marketing Bridget returned to her first love, dance, moving from ballet to traditional Egyptian bellydance: a style that empowers and celebrates the female body. She 'discovered' Dance Movement Psychotherapy at a workshop in 2011 and graduated from Goldsmiths in 2014.

Alongside work as a DMP and integrative arts/play therapist, Bridget is a Keep Fit Association instructor and holds further qualifications in CBT, counselling skills, and teaching adults.

Bridget teaches Egyptian dance in schools, collaborating with percussionist Tim Garside in Nile School Shakers.She is an associate member of People Dancing and the Laban Guild, and has have given interviews for BBC Three Counties Radio on DMP and mental health recovery and,on the benefits of Egyptian dance to health and wellbeing.

Bridget is on the ADMP register of private practitioners.