I first started attending pole dance classes when I was 16 years old (in September 2013) and had been visiting them for 3 years, 2-3 times a week before I started training by myself. I have a gymnastic background which made my progress faster. For many years I’ve been self-taught, but because there are many tricks that are hard to achieve on your own without a trainer, I started attending different workshops and pole camps all around Europe and had a chance to learn from the best pole dancers in the world (such as Anastasia Skukhtorova, Marion Crampe, Sarah Scott, Bendy Kate, Anastasia Sokolova, Carly Jane Child, Dimitry Politov, Kenneth Kao, Nadia Sharif and many more). My pole knowledge is expanding day by day and I always strive to meet new people in the pole community and learn something new. What differentiates me from others is that I incorporate dance into my pole routines. Rather than performing tricks on the pole, I love to dance on and off the pole, exploring different moves – I am trying to combine lyrical, contemporary, and exotic pole dancing with pole sport. From 2017 to 2020 I studied Kinesiology at the Faculty of Sports and I finished my studies with a diploma in September 2020. When teaching, I always incorporate my sports and movement knowledge from other fields to pole dance. With understanding how the human body functions, I am helping people get more strong and flexible.