Rayma is from Griffith, New South Wales; she is a descendant of the Wiradjuri Nation. She began her dance training with Redfern Dance Theatre in 1987 and later with Australian Islander Dance Theatre. Today, Rayma is a freelance Performer and Choreographer based in Sydney.
Rayma’s dance performances include the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games Flag Handover Ceremony, Bangarra Dance Theatre's Fish and Bipotim (1998), GIZ at the Performance Space, The Opening Ceremony and Wiridjirrib in the Lyrebird for the Festival of The Dreaming, Scars choreographed by Jason Pitt, and Sydney Dreaming choreographed by Raymond Blanco.
One of Rayma’s career highlights was in 1998, when she performed the duet Catch with her then-partner, Russell Page, in Bangarra’s production of Fish.
Rayma has performed and assisted in many workshops across Sydney and in Japan with Mathew Doyle. She has also worked with many Choreographers such as Jason Pitt, Raymond Blanco, Albert David, Bill Pengelly, Marilyn Miller, Bernadette Walong-Sene and Stephen Page.
Rayma has developed a keen interest in acting for film and television she has appeared in the Channel 9 series of Farscape and Water Rats, One born every minute, Dare to Dream and In as much for Indigenous Short Films.
Rayma choreographed and danced in a segment for the 2003 Opening of the Rugby World Cup. She has been appointed Choreographer for Garrabarra Dance Company under the Direction of Rhoda Roberts.