I started to practice Kung Fu in 1989. I assisted in trainings at Robert Was school in East European YMAA Headquarters (Krakow, Poland) for 14 years. Then I was leading Kung Fu trainings for adults and children in the Centre of Culture (Krakow, from 1998-2000). Master Yang, Jwing-Ming approved opening my own school (YMAA Nowa Huta) in 2004, from this year I started to teach children (Young Dragons, 6-13 years old kids) and adults - Kung Fu and Tai Chi Chuan groups.
In 2006 my student Karina Blaszkiewicz, 15 years old, reached 2nd place at International Polish Championship in semi-contact competition for girls up to 16 years old. In May 2006 my Young Dragons group was invited to present their skills at Martial Arts Festival.
From September 2009 I began to teach disable children from Alexandra School for J&C Sports Academy and from October 2009 I start teaching open group for kids at Hounslow for Performance Martial Arts school.
Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan) is a slow-motion, moving meditative exercise for relaxation, health and self-defense. Originally from China, Tai Chi Chuan has gained enormous popularity in America and throughout the rest of the world for its health benefits. Tai Chi Chuan has its origins in Taoism and Martial Arts. Tai Chi Chuan means "Supreme Ultimate Boxing."