I combine the benefits of hatha yoga tools with science-based techniques – EmotionAid®, medical training and Polyvagal Theory.

The beginnings

My beginnings

I started my path in 2005 with the B.K.S. Iyengar yoga method. In 2010 I became a qualified Sports and Recreation Instructor with a specialization in Psychophysical Exercises – Yoga.

As part of my further teacher certification at the RYT200 level (Yoga Alliance), I developed the knowledge and understanding of vinyasa, ashtanga vinyasa and yin yoga. My priorities are health and safety of the participants; therefore I also completed a Medical Personal Trainer course (Bodywork, Poznan).  As an Emotion Aid® facilitator, I help people recover from severe stress, overwhelm, anxiety, racing thoughts, confusion, exhaustion, problems with sleeping, compassion fatigue and burnout. I also support through touch – as a masseuse (since 2012) and during sessions of cranio-sacral therapy.


Emotion Aid® – first aid in severe and chronic stress

EmotionAid® is a method developed at the International Trauma Healing Institute of Israel (ITI Israel). The effectiveness of the tool has been proven by scientific research. EmotionAid® is used to treat the effects of stress, as well as to prevent stress accumulation, professional burnout or compassion fatigue. The method allows to influence the ANS (autonomic nervous system) in a gentle but significant way. It helps to regulate even very high levels of stress – either related to a sudden experience and shock reaction, or a chronic type of neuronal tension that tends to accumulate from day to day.

EmotionAid® is based on Somatic Experiencing® . EmotionAid® sessions are divided into 5 stages (5 steps), their synergistic effect leads to the discharge of tension in the nervous system and stabilization. The result is balance, presence in the moment and significant tension-relief (emotional, mental, physical). The method takes into account the Triune Brain Theory  (P. MacLean, D. Siegel) and the Polyvagal Theory principles (S. Porges). It is not a therapy but a tool to help relieve the tension acumulated in the ANS and therefore facilitate wellbeing, better focus, access to resources, calmness, focus, feeling of hope and agency.

I supervise my work.

“Anyone. Anywhere. Anytime.” – this is the EmotionAid® claim which reflects well accessibility and effectiveness of the method.

Please find out more here: EmotionAid® – website

Polyvagal Theory – stress and the neurobiology of safety

The Polyvagal Theory (from Latin – nervus vagus – the vagus nerve) is an important element of my work . The Theory was developed and presented (in 1996) by Dr. Stephen W. Porges. What is it? In short, it is a model of the functioning of the autonomic nervous system (ANS).

In 2021, I completed the training “Applied Polyvagal Theory in Therapeutic Yoga”, as well as “Polyvagal Theory: Assumptions and Practice”. This and the EmotionAid® training allowed me to start a completely new chapter in my work – both as a yoga teacher and a bodyworker. The principles of Polyvagal Theory gave me a new perspective and framework, but also enabled me to become a better person. I implemented them in my life, experiencing wonderful changes. Therefore, the “nervous system” and neurobiology became my main focus, and a fundamental part of my mission. Thanks to it – I work in a way that facilitates effective, deep and organic change.

In 2022, I translated courses: “Polyvagal Theory: Assumptions and Practice” and “Application of Polyvagal Theory in Yoga” (by Dr. A. Schwartz) for the Polyvagal Institute and recorded a voice over for the yoga practice of the latter.

Lifelong Learning

Lifelong Learning is my philosophy. I regularly expand my competences to help more effectively. I completed two workshop modules on “Basic techniques in craniosacral therapy” at the Poznań School of Craniosacral Therapy with Barbara Kostrzewa, as well as an introductory workshop to the Trauma Sensitive Yoga with Carolina Const (Punkjoginka – TCTSY certified teacher). I participated in numerous workshops led by Mateusz Stańczak (Yoga and Physiotherapy, Poznań), Anatomy Trains webinars, e.g. Zoga Movement, autotherapy techniques – myofascial self-massage and neurovascular release – safe for use in physical activities. I also learned from teachers of the B.K.S. method. Iyengar, e.g. Bodzia Matulaniec (“Restorative Yoga”). I truly enjoy sharing the knowledge and empower people on their journey to health and self-realization.




What is yoga for me?

Yoga in Sanskrit means “connection/union”. And that is what it means to me. It means interweaving of hatha yoga paths and styles, beyond divisions. It also means an integrative model – the main goal of which is the well-being of the participant. During 18 years of my practice, I have experienced different styles of yoga. Integrating them with different tools, and looking at it through the biomechanical and neuronal lens, in my understanding – is a natural direction of growth. That is why I intertwine the tools of classical yoga with methods embedded in modern scientific research. I recognize the biopsychosocial model of health – it takes into account the uniqueness of each person, their physical and mental conditions, as well as the influence of the environment and living conditions.

Connection also manifests itself in what the neurosciences refer to as “co-regulation,” the influence we have on one other. I make sure that my presence is a strong  resource for participants of classes at the so-called somatic resonance (everyone is an “electric transmitter”🙂). This is also what Emotion Aid® – the neuroregulatory method, highlights, and because of which it perfectly complements movement practices.


"By studying the effects of cumulative stress on the nervous system, I began to suspect that most living organisms have an innate capacity to abate threatening and stressful events."

— Peter A. Levine






  • A place for everyone – no matter if you have already practiced yoga or how fit you are. Agata has a lot of warmth, empathy and acceptance. She introduces elements from various types of yoga, well-being methods, mindfulness and breathing. Using curiosity as a guide, leading us to discovering our limits always with respect to space and capacity of each of us 🙂 Thanks to these classes, I started to feel empathy and care for my body. I highly recommend it to everyone.

  • Agata and classes with her helped me deal with unhealthy perfectionism, with chaotic thoughts in my head, with mood drops and overwhelm. Since I regularly attend Agata’s classes, I feel more at peace, I sleep better and I’ve learned that there is no point in wrestling with something beyond your abilities, that the effects can also come if we are good to ourselves.
    I definitely recommend yoga with Agata – she has improved my life for which I will always be grateful.

  • Agata represents a gentle disposition. She is smiling, and can put you in a state of relaxation from the very moment you enter yoga studio. 😊 She creates an atmosphere that allows everyone to fell comfortable and at ease. Starting from calming background music, and ending with her empathetic approach and respect for the boundaries of each person, both physical and mental. I know one thing – I come tensed, full of anxiety, with a shallow breath, and I leave classes calm, happy and pleasantly tired. A real feast for the body and spirit that builds awareness of the “here and now”.

  • Classes with Agata. Great joy, pleasure. During classes, we focus on the breath and the body. Always with respect and love for oneself. For several years now, I have had the pleasure of practicing yoga with Agata, who is attentive to participants and always tries to bring something new and interesting to the classes. I recommend classes with Agata with all my heart.


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