Jennie started her career as a classical Ballet dancer before moving into Musical Theatre, performing on tour and in the West End for many years. In 1999, she trained as a Sports Massage Therapist at St Mary's University, Twickenham. She is now a qualified Osteopath graduating from The College Of Osteopaths ( Middlesex University ) with a First Class BSc (Hons) degree in Osteopathy.

She provides treatment for a wide range of injuries, occupational and stress-related conditions and specialises in the treatment of performing arts-related injuries. Jennie is the founder of, a site dedicated to the wellbeing of performing artists.

Jennie also co-runs a dance school in Tring, Hertfordshire teaching all styles of dance to all ages of children and adults and is a faculty member of The Wells Summer School with Dancers of the Royal Ballet. She still performs as a professional singer with the Manhattan Music" group at venues both nationally and internationally.

Jennie is a UCL Honorary Lecturer on the MSc in Performing Arts Medicine and lectures for The British Association for Performing Arts Medicine, Dance UK and many performing arts schools and teaching organisations. She has written a series of articles on the subject of drummers' injuries which were published in "Rhythm" Magazine and is involved in performing arts medicine research. She is also Senior Technique Instructor for ProActive Training Ltd.