A good team of people with shared
vision of health. This is who we are.

For each of us, external beauty of the body is inseparably connected to inner peace and balance.

Holistic approach is the foundation of our philosophy. We analyze our Clients’ health problems on many levels in order to achieve the perfect balance of body and mind.

Urszula Czamarska receptionist

Urszula gained her proffesional and individual experience in customer service while working in hotel industry and renowned medical company. Kindness, respect and smile are her key factors for Clients happiness and satisfaction, as well as a good atmosphere in the team.

Agnieszka Lesiuk receptionist

Art historian by education, as well as a qualified visual artist and make-up artist. She devoted her last years to education and work in the medical industry. She has been exploring the secrets of empathic communication in the spirit of NVC for a year now.

Privately a keen cyclist, a fan of natural care, all deep relaxation techniques and contact with nature.

In her work at MAÉ she tries to approach the individual needs of the Client with great care; She is focused on open and effective contact with the Clients of the Institute.

Natalia Piętka cosmetologist

Thorough education, supported by professional experience gained in renowned aesthetic medicine clinics and SPAs, is used in Natalia’s day-to-day cosmetology work.

She specializes in treatments supporting natural skin renewal processes and holistic approach to external and internal beauty.

Katarzyna Łapińska physiotherapist, cosmetologist

Master of physiotherapy and a certified masseur, expert in the field of body slimming and shaping, as well as in eliminating skin imperfections.

Katarzyna enhances manual therapy with non-invasive face and body treatments, using the advanced technology of Icoone Laser and Intraceuticals infusion.

Danuta Kalinowska physiotherapist

A physiotherapist with a master’s degree from the Warsaw Medical University. She gained experience in numerous medical institutions, also by working with children.

She uses her skills and experience in daily work with MAÉ Institute Clients, performing non-invasive face and body treatments, both manual or using Intraceuticals and Icoone with laser and LED light devices .

She is a passionate salsa and folk dancer.

Yuka Ebihara barre & pilates instructor

Japanese dancer of the Warsaw ballet scene. In September 2011 she joined the Grand Theater – National Opera in Warsaw, and in September 2013 she became the principal dancer with Polish National Ballet.

Yuka was born in Tokyo, but gained her ballet education in Japan, China and Canada and then gained her experience in Norway, England, USA, France, Croatia and many other countries.

Yuka is also a certified pilates instructor – she holds a BASI certificate (Body Arts and Science International) in classes on mat and machines.

She also runs individual ballet classes for kids in MAE’.

Kasia Makowiecka yoga instructor

A traveler, musician and ashtanga yoga teacher. As a dancer, she also runs stretching and regenerating classes for dancers.

Kasia took part in ashtanga workshops led by Tarik van Prehn and traveled around India, where she practiced yoga.

Kasia also completed a teacher’s training course with Basia Lipska, one of the best Ashtanga teachers in Europe.

Monika Witkowska Certified teacher of MBSR, TRE® provider (during certification)

An economist by profession, Monika is a Board Member of the Polish Mindfulness Institute and also a Vice President. She has been practicing Mindfulness for over 3 years now and during this time has accomplished a yearlong Formal Practice Programme in the Polish Mindfulness Institute. She completed training of MBSR, Interpersonal Mindfulness Practice (mindfulness in relationships) and MBCT. She participated in many workshops, deepening her practice and knowledge in this field. She is fascinated with the Compassion concept. Monika has also completed full Zen Coaching training and is now taking part in TRE® (Tension*Stress*Trauma*Release) licensed training. She is a co-author and co-host of a mindfulness practice cycle “4 elements” and a MBSR+ programme “Be more – leave mindfully”. Since November 2016, along with other teachers, she has been running a series of different mindfulness practise meetings and workshops, and since August 2020 has also been a certified Vital Mentor.

Milena Nosek clinical dietitian

Graduate of the Medical University of Warsaw, lecturer, nutrition expert, author of numerous texts and utterances in health, dietetics and lifestyle. Past dancer, propagator of physical activity, preventive
healthcare and education at work on a harmonious approach to both: mental and
physical health. At MAE’ Institute offers consultancy and leading by learning a consistent and careful diet style.

Kinga Rochala psychologist

Master’s Degree in psychology, with great passion, with a specialization in psychotherapy and sexual therapy, certified specialist in addiction psychotherapy, during group psychotherapy training. 

In a meeting with another person the most important thing for Her is a therapeutic relationship, based on mutual respect, trust, accomplishment of set goals and analysis of what appears in the therapeutic space, which gives an opportunity to achieve change.

Balance between a friendly requirement and a caring accompaniment is very important to Her. She works with people who want to develop and get to know themselves, understand themselves better, in emotional crises, with difficulties in coping with emotions or self-esteem, setting boundaries, addicted to psychoactive substances, as well as behaviourally addicted.

Karolina Czmuda Owner

An enthusiast of a healthy lifestyle, decided to share her passion and experience through MAE’ Health Institute. She pays great attantion to details around her. She believes that achieving success depends on persistance in pursuing a goal. In MAE’ Health Institute, she wants to make her Clients aware of the importance of daily mindfulness and care of their good health and well-being, in the name of philosophy “let’s prevent instead of treating”.