graduated from the University of Ljubljana, majoring in Public Relations. Dedicating her life to sports, she was a member of the Yugoslavian national figure skating team, and later on member of the Slovenian national Mountain Biking team. In her professional sports career she was a member of four World-championships, many European-Championships, and has several national titles in skating and mountain biking. After Spela retired from professional sports, she continued her studies and dedication to help others in personal growth. During her studies, Spela stayed active as a member of Slovene Federation for Fitness and Aerobics where she helped established different licensing programs and educating new fitness and aerobics trainers for the Slovene Fitness Association. Since Spela has always searched for new knowledge, aimed for better quality and has a love for pioneering, she traveled the world to find new ways of body movement and discover new concepts of training.
Perc developed her love for sports as a four year old when she was introduced to ice skating by her sister. She became immediately dedicated to the sports heading to the rink every day. As she showed high sports talent she began to compete as a figure skater in primary school and became member of Slovenian national team by age of 14. Spela successfully represented Slovenia on many international competitions including the European Championships and World Championship in Colorado Springs in 1992. During her skating career she won several national titles in former Yugoslavia, as well as Slovenia.
Due to her severe injury, Perc had to leave figure skating too early, but that didn’t stop her to return to sports once she recovered. She substituted figure skating with mountain biking and became the Slovenian national champion several years in a row, and successfully represented Slovenia on three World Championships in mountain biking.