Delphine is an accomplished and versatile dance professional that believes, first and foremost, in the power of movement.

She is interested in everything that has to do with the human body.  In 2015, she completes a year of Chinese Medicine studies at the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vancouver. In September 2016, she begins a five year osteopathic medical degree at Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal.
She also received her Yoga Teacher Training Certification in July 2016. Through yoga she is sharing her passion for movement, spirituality and self-awareness.
Delphine was a professional dancer for 12 years. She trained in classical ballet, contemporary dance and improvisation at l’École supérieure de ballet contemporain de Montréal. She graduated from “Le Jeune Ballet du Québec” in 2005 and attended the professional program for four summers at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Alberta. From 2005 to 2007 she danced with Ballet Kelowna. In 2007, she joined Ballet British-Columbia for four seasons where she had the privilege of performing works from William Forsythe, Twyla Tharp, Crystal Pite, Jorma Elo and Kevin O’Day. In 2010, she was also part of the Opening Ceremonies for the Vancouver Winter Olympics. From 2011 to 2016, Delphine performed all over the world as an international freelance artist. She has been a part of many very exciting projects with ProArteDanza (Toronto), Benjamin Landsberg Dance Projects (Toronto), ARC Dance (Seattle), MOVE: The Company (Vancouver), MartaMarta Productions and many more.
Since 2012, she has been sharing her knowledge and experience gathered through her extensive dance career with a wide range of students. Whether it is teaching young teenagers through workshops at various dance studios across Canada, or leading beginner adult dance classes. She is simply loves to help others grow and learn more about this wonderful art form.
She is the founder and artistic and programming director at First Dance Vancouver, a dance entertainment business that has for principal mandate to make dance more accessible to the general public. FDV has been blossoming ever since its creation in January 2014.  Whether it is through a simple class, or an elaborate large scale dance performance or even through an eclectic flash mob, she believes in the power that dance has to bring people together and shift the world for the better.

Photo Credit: Michael Slobodian