Barbara Goguier was trained as an actress and dancer at The Studio Jean-Louis  Martin Barbaz in Paris and was graduated from Le Conservatoire d’Orléans. She played Princesse in Les Mains Bleues by Larry Tremblay, Théâtre des 2 rives, in Paris, directed by Sylvain Creuzevault.   

She played several leading parts, such as Arlequin in  L’Île des esclaves of Marivaux (Krizo Theatre Company), Marie la Misérable in the eponym play by Michel de Gherlderode (Pajon Company).   

She has been directing plays since 2003, with amateurs and with schools, such as     Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme of Molière for Artenay High School in partnership with the museum of fairground art. In 2011, she worked in collaboration on the staging of Pièce en 6 with Hugo Zermati which was played in Paris at Ciné 13 Theatre. In 2013, she staged with Jérôme Marin (L’eau qui Dort Company), students in their two last years of high school in the literature department of Maurice Genevoix High School, through workshops called Aux Arts Lycéens. In 2015 she staged for The Céphise Theater an adaptation of the novel written by Carole Martinez, Le Cœur Cousu.

She gained more experience and skills in her ability to be a multidisciplinary artist thanks to a workshop about the “Autonomy of the actor” that took place both in Turkey and Paris and directed by Ali Ihsan Kaleci (Ayn Seyir Company / CRT St Blaise). She also gained experience thanks to a masterclass given by Sean Mahon and Margaret Eginton in New York in June 2014, on the subject of “playing in front of the camera” and the Feldenkrais method.

In 2014 she began a research Laboratory around Phaedra by Seneca, with amateurs and professional actors, together with Sylvain Brosset, hypnotherapist, on a few sessions.

As a sideline she practices Qi Gong, Yoga, Turkish dance, climbing, Systema, shashka and also has skills in piano, Stage Fencing, and Capoeira.