After studying Dance and Music at the Conservatoire National of Nantes, the Conservatoire Supérieur de Lyon, Noyale left France to train further in Contemporary Post-Modern Dance and collaborated in various dance projects presented at leading performing spaces in New York. She then pursued her career by exploring different movement-and somatic based practices including yoga, Ohashiatsu, Butho, physical theatre and studying picture editing at Ravensbourne College in Kent. She co-founded Imago Mundi, a collaborative cross art platform, which produced several visual and performing arts projects in the UK and France. From 2006- 2009, Noyale was head of dance at Hackney Community College. She graduated from Goldsmiths University with an MA in Performance Making with distinction. In 2009, she received a Research Studentship in Performing Arts at Middlesex University where she is currently leading a doctoral inquiry into collaborative practices in contemporary performing making under the supervision of Professor Susan Melrose. Since the autumn 2012, Noyale is course leader of the BA (Hons) Dance at the University of Suffolk (UCS).