I’m a graduate of The Olga Sławska – Lipczyńska Ballet School in Poznań. I also finished Ballet Pedagogy studies on The Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw. I participated in workshops given by Russian professors Marina Aleksandrowna Wasiliewa and Ludmiła Sierieżnikowa from St. Petersburg on Agryppina Vaganova classical dance methodology. During my 20-years career I collaborated with theaters such as The Conrad Drzewiecki Polish Dance Theater, The Wrocław Opera and for 17 years with The National Opera and Ballet in Warsaw. I had the pleasure of taking part in many classical and modern ballets. While working with The National Opera and Ballet in Warsaw I toured with my dance team to the most important theaters in Europe, North and South America. I was honored to take part in the creations of amazing choreographers such as Maurice Bejart, Patricia Neary ambassador George Balanchine’s ballet, John Neumeier and Lorca Massine.

My career as pedagogue of classical dance started in 2005. I worked in Ballet Schools in Warsaw and Poznań teaching classical dance and repertoire. My students took part in several ballet competitions in Poland. In 2014 I received the title of The Best Pedagogue of the Year on the Young Dancers Competition in Bytom where one of my students won the first prize. In 2016 I was promoted by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage to the degree of certified teacher – Teacher of Appointment.