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he worked in the fashion industry for nearly 10 years, until she realised she was losing her health and was experiencing a severe burnout. During the same time she had to deal with her husband's second cancer diagnosis and it was then that she initiated her unstoppable science-based search for health optimisation. Prudence believes that a fulfilled meaningful life is highly influenced by mental and physical well-being. She started Pilates to connect all the things she loves: breathing, working from your inner core and ballet. With her holistic approach to exercise, sleep, meditation and diet she will bring us joy and wellbeing on and off the mat!

What do you have for breakfast in the morning?

Some periods I love intermittent fasting. When I wake up I always drink water with adaptogens, just to wake my gut, after 30 min I drink my fibre packed greenie, or smoothie from Anna & Juicen. In the fall time I'm a big fan of porridge, especially buckwheat, together with a strong matcha, on almond milk.

What is the first thing you do every morning to start your day the best way?

Life is dynamic. I'm a big fan of having rituals to set the intention for the day. I always try to have one hour for myself in the morning, that means that I have to wake up early. I love to practise gratitude in the morning, as it sets the whole vibration and energy. Meditation and movement are a big part of my everyday life.

What would you write on a billboard in the centre of your city?

Life is short! Stay healthy, heal and be happy.

Do you have rituals that help you feel more confident with yourself?

YES! Selfcare is a big part of my confident routine. Moving my body, giving someone a smile or compliment, helping other people with their health, is giving me great confidence. Selfcare can be cryotherapy, CBD, vitamin drips, a workout with a friend, journaling, meditation, sound baths, volunteering work.

What comes to your mind when you think of the word ‘success’?

Time is one of the most valuable things we have, being your own boss makes it possible for you to have control over your own time. Working with your purpose is success to me. Choosing passion projects with the ability to take breaks during the day is the essence of success. I always work out from my heart and gut. It is a great privilege to be able to work and colab with so many great people. It is great success to me, for the community I have in my close clients, online training pilates classes. To sum it all up, feeling happy about your work life, helping others getting happier, and healthier, and being a part of communities. Having strong relationships is the essence of success to me.

If you were invited to speak at a conference and you didn't have to talk about your work, what would you talk about?

Health is a big part of my life. I talk about it all the time, but purpose is the first thing that comes to my mind.

Is there anything you believe in that other people find crazy?

That you can manifest and grow with intentions and hard work. The limit is the sky and that you are responsible for your own health. We are in many ways what we do, so making yourself accountable the best way possible can be a bit crazy to some people.

What human characteristic most appeals to you?

In Danish we call it “næstekærlighed”. I love showing acts of kindness to strangers, or people close to me. When I see people helping each other I get all warm. Empathy, love, humour, vulnerability are some of the glue that hold us together.

Three people you would invite for dinner if you had the chance and why.

Oprah, because she is in many ways a role model, who stays humble and uses her success to help others. She is a great big hope for humanity to me. Alexander Romanovich Luria, summing up his contributions to the study of the psychology of language. He discusses his general philosophical approach and theoretical and empirical research, providing a concise account of how he applied his ideas to the developmental, cross-cultural, and clinical issues of language and cognition. My grandmother, Teresse, was a great inspiration growing up. Her story was tight, she came all the way from Trinidad and Tobago, with my dad and his siblings. When she was a teenager, in Denmark, she worked her way up, to get the best out of life, always helping other people, when she could.

Do you tend to choose courage or comfort?

I try to get out of my comfort zone every day, and that takes courage. But how would you know your comfort zone, if you're never out of it? Our brain loves routines, but expands when it's exposed to new neural pathways. Getting out of your comfort zone makes you smarter and stronger mentaly.

If you could change your job for a day, what would you become?

Working in the Danish morning tv show “Go morgen danmark” has always been a big dream of mine. When I was 3 years old, my favourite hobby was always pretending to be a tv host.

Do you have any favourite podcasts? Which ones would you suggest?

Podcasts are a great tool for me, to get updated on the newest health hacks I have different ones I listen to every week: On Purpose with jay shetty, The Sakara life Podcast, Vores mentale sundhed, Brain health with dr. Nissen, Everything is fine, To the moon honey.

Describe your practice in three words.

Health, healing, purpose.


Your everyday uniform: Gym clothing, with a touch of business.
Favourite flowers: Orchids
Your comfort food: Matcha and Zucchini fritti
Your favourite magazine: Eurowoman and Psykologi
The book of your heart: I think Eckhart Tolle is a universe I always fall back into.
Your favourite artist: Mary B. art of course
Your favourite city: Copenhagen