Beatrice began taking music and dance lessons in early childhood, trained in classical and contemporary Ballet for nine years pursued a career in music throughout her teens always keeping dance closely by her side, studying costume and choreography at college. In 2004 she began taking Egyptian style Belly Dance classes (Raqs Sharqi) and like many others soon discovered Tribal style, became hooked and has since been learning, teaching and performing with many highly respected performers around the UK and internationally.
In Feb 2009 Beatrice went to San Francisco to train under Carolena Nericcio on the ATS® general skills and teacher training courses at Fat Chance Belly Dance Studios, becoming Nottingham’s first ATS® certified teacher. After returning to the UK she founded the Nottingham Tribal Belly dance Company a sister studio to FCBD and became a member of ATS® troupe, Koyuki Tribal.
In 2013 Beatrice moved to Kuala Lumpur to set up Malaysia's first FCBD sister studio, support and promote the local dance community and raise money for orphaned Elephants. Malaysia's first ever FCBD sister studio troupe is called Khashada Tribal. The Arabic word khashada means 'congregate, collect together' and then 'gather together to help.' Beatrice joined forces with The Middle East Dance Academy, also the very first dance studio of it's kind to exist in Malaysia.