Sasha studied at London Contemporary Dance School 1982-1986 subsequently working as a freelance dance artist and teacher. In 1987 she co-founded Reflex Dance Co with Paul Douglas, performing duets commissioned from choreographers: Aletta Collins, Earl Lloyd-Hepburn, Jonathan Lunn and Peter Purdy which toured nationally and internationally. In 1991 Sasha joined Motionhouse Dance Theatre, where she created a number of original roles. In 1994 Sasha made her first appearances with Siobhan Davies Dance during the company’s tour of Turkey. During this period, Sasha performed in Wanting to Tell Stories, White Bird Featherless and, on returning to the UK, in the premier of The Glass Blew In. In the same year Sasha performed with Yolanda Snaith Theatre Dance in a site specific piece and became a founding member of Small Bones Dance Company, directed by Paul Douglas. Sasha worked with Small Bones until 1999, creating many original roles, acting as Artistic Adviser to the Director and making a significant contribution to the development of the company through her teaching and creative input to the choreographic process.In 1999 Sasha joined Siobhan Davies Dance Company as a full-time member. While with SDD, Sasha created many distinctive and original roles appearing in ten of the company’s works including Wild Air, White Man Sleeps, Of Oil and Water, Birdsong and Two Quartets. In 2008 Sasha assisted Siobhan Davies in remounting and creating new material for Carnival of the Animals for Rambert Dance Company.

Sasha is a highly regarded freelance dance teacher and has taught professional classes and workshops at Movingeast, Greenwich Dance Agency, for Independent Dance, the Henny Jurriens Foundation, Amsterdam and Dansens Hus, Copenhagen on a regular basis over many years. Sasha has also taught courses at studios in Philadelphia and in Chicago, USA and in St. Petersburg, Russia.