Ryn began teaching hoop classes in Wellington, NZ and performed stilt walking, fire and hoop acts at circus festivals, community events, weddings, and music festivals including NZ’s largest New Year’s festival Rhythm and Vines.
On the tailwind of her two month trip to the USA and Europe opportunities to teach and perform started to flood in. Ryn found herself wondering “What would happen if i was able to fully commit to my art?” She decided to apply herself and chose to leave her permanent position at the childcare centre she worked at and started work casually as a relief educator so she could pursue performing and teaching more freely.
Ryn has continued to push the limits of her performance, teaching and training. In addition to hoop and fire she has been advancing her skills in partner acrobatics, handstands, hoop juggling, and character development. She has also been exploring multimedia performance and the creative potential this brings as venue restrictions bring the world of performance online.