Froehlich received her broad dance training in ballet and modern with Maître Jean Garcia and Gunilla Lervick, but also in jazz, flamenco, tap, African, and sacred dance. She received scholarships from the French government to further study dance in New York: including modern dance at the Merce Cunningham School and choreography with Alvin Nikolais/Murray Louis. Throughout her life, she also trained in piano and opera, theater, Tai Chi,A cupressure, Acu-yoga, Pilates, Meditation, Reiki, EMF Balancing Technique, and yoga for the Lattice.
She performed, was teaching, and/or choreographed with several dance companies: in France: Opera du Rhin, ACTES, les Arts Scéniques, Fusion, National Center for Contemporary Dance, Renate Pook and Crescendo; in Germany: Peter Janssens, Tanz!, Staatstheater Biberach, and Felix Ruckert; and in the United States: Gerald Otte, Rob McWilliams, Nikolais/Louis Repertory Group, T3, Soulstice, Wing it! and Reverence.
Prior to her current position, Froehlich was a faculty member of the American Repertory’s Princeton Ballet School teaching ballet, modern, tai chi, Acu-Yoga, and choreography. She choreographed for the school productions of Sleeping Beauty in 2003, Don Quixote in 2004, and Swan Lake in 2005. She also worked closely with the American Repertory Ballet Company, during residencies for Lambarena and The Shrew, and as a guest performer for The Nutcracker, MidsummerNight’s Dream, and Beauty and the Beast.
Froehlich is the artistic director of Creation Dance,a sacred dance company founded in France in 1999, where she was the director of the Association Création Danse School. While in France, she received several grants for her choreographic work. In 2001, Froehlich moved to New Jersey and expanded Creation Dance to the United States. In 2005 she continued Creation Dance in the Boston area, as a multi-generational company in residence at FUSN. Since its inception, Creation Dance has continuously co-created and toured numerous short pieces performed in Theaters and during Religious Services, as well as full-length productions, such as La Marelle, L’Enjeu, Art E Motion, Water Way, Peace on the Way, Carmina Burana, and GLORIA: a Renaissance Christmas Pageant.