Gosia Mielech

Gosia Mielech is a dancer, choreographer, Gaga teacher and a dance educator. She completed the Gaga Teacher’s Training Course in 2018. She graduated from Olga Slawska-Lipczynska’s Ballet School in Poznan, Poland. As a soloist of the Polish Dance Theatre in Poznań (2007–2012), she had a chance to dance in a range of pieces by Polish and international choreographers, including Ohad Naharin, Yossi Berg, Jacek Przybyłowicz, Ewa Wycichowska, Gunhild Bjørnsgaard, Susanne Jaresand, Thierry Verger and many others.

She founded DanceLab – an independent dance company in 2012. She choreographed and produced dance performances including: Sababa, NILREB, Anonymous and I’mperfect. Gosia performs DanceLab’s repertoire worldwide, including recent performances in London, Lisbon, Stockholm, Moss, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Berlin, Nurnberg, Poznan, Krakow, Wroclaw, Warsaw and others. She received an award for “the most abstract idea” at Licht.Blicke Festival in Nurnberg, Germany where she presented two of her performances.

Gosia works as an independent artist, taking part in many artistic collaborations and projects. She worked with Israeli – Dutch choreographers Uri Ivgi & Johan Greben, based in Amsterdam. During that time she performed brand new productions and existing performances by Ivgi&Greben and she was giving classes for the dance company. She participated in a project called Collective Jumps, choreographed by Berlin-based artist Isabelle Schad. She was invited by the Polish Institute in Tel Aviv and Ballet School in Poland, to join Polish-Israeli artistic exchange as a choreographer representing Poland. While in Tel Aviv she was rehearsing and giving master classes for the students of Ironi Alef Art School.

Gosia is artistically involved in different interdisciplinary art projects: performing in, choreographing and directing music videos, dance movies and photo sessions. She frequently collaborates with musicians, including: Ray Wilson, Apparat, Dj An on Bast and others.

Gosia is teaching DanceLab’s repertoire and giving workshops of Gaga, contemporary dance, improvisation, Vinyasa yoga and Pilates, nationally and internationally. She is the founder of GoPiYoga – a form of movement suitable for dancers and non dancers.



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