I was born in Moscow Russia and love live in Denmark. At 18-year-old I began pole dancing in December of 2008 with neither ANY experience in sports nor dance background. I trained at the Moscow Pole School and fell in love with pole dancing with a first class. At the beginning, I trained 3 days a week for about 6-7 hours. After a couple months, my instructors offered me to become an instructor. I trained all weeks for many hours, having paid close attention to details with choreography, basic tricks and stretching. My back flexibility is natural and extreme. In July, 2009 I began preparing for the first Russian Pole Fitness Championship, which was held in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. I won second place in the professional category. But I won first place at the first Russian Pole Dance and Fitness Competition. The next step for me was the World Pole Dance Championship 2010 in Zurich, Switzerland. I represented the Russian Federation. I went through the finals there and competed with amazing Felix Cane and Jenyne Butterfly on the same stage. That was a historical moment for me. It was just the beginning of me long way. After that championship, I started traveling around the world. I taught, inspired people, developed new pole dance techniques in different countries. I kept working on my flexibility, strength and dance skills. I was taking private lessons with amazing Russian circus artists who taught me my aerial silks, ballet, gymnastics, trapeze, contortion and many more. I set a goal to become one of the best artists in the world. In the year of 2011, I first went to one of the most important and artistic competitions – the Pole Art. It was held in Helsinki, Finland and took 3d place there. That was a great start. My video from that competition has more than 4,600,000 views on YouTube. This is the biggest number that everyone ever had in pole dance competitions. But one of the most important things for me was a marvelous winning in the 2nd Pole World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I love traveling and inspiring people to believe in themselves. I proved the world that if you believe in yourself and work hard you can achieve any goals you want even with no background. Hard work, patience, belief in yourself and all your dreams will come true.
Winner of the 2nd Pole World Cup 2012/2013
2nd runner-up in the Pole World Cup 2011/2012
2nd runner-up in the Pole Art 2011
Most photogenic pole dancer of the world by PWN awards 2014
The Finalist of the World Pole Dance Championship 2010/2011
The Best Russian Pole dancer 2009/2010
UPA’s Pro Pole Dancer of the June 2010 Aerialist, aerial silk and hoop International Pole Dance/Fitness judge.