It all began with female artistic gymnastics, where Celia
accomplished ten years of intensive practice. She then joined
the French aerobics national team for which she performed
for five years. She eventually decided to put an end
to her sports career to dedicate herself to performing arts.
Célia began her professional career with a first contract
for Disneyland Paris, where she discovered and intensely
practiced aerial acrobatics (rope and net). This first experience
strengthened her desire and passion for artistic
performance, so naturally, she pursued with a second contract
with Alexis Gruss' traditional circus. She performed high level
acrobatics and aerobatics on horseback.
Driven by her desire to progress and her wish to create
her own artistic numbers, she embarked in a three-year course
with the National Circus School in Montreal. Inspired by the ability
to move, fly and dance, she chose straps as an aerial discipline.
Motivated by the challenge, Célia seeks to distinguish herself
by combining strength with a certain sensuality, femininity and virtuosity.