Leah Warminski is an aspiring dancer and physical therapist from Baltimore, Maryland. Graduating from George Washington Carver Center for the Arts and Technology, she knew that she wanted to continue to explore this craft for years to come. Well versed in ballet, modern, jazz, tap, hip hop, lyrical, and aerial dance, Leah applied to Towson University to further her education in dance and physical therapy, while also teaching at her home studio: EMpowered Dance Center. Throughout her four years at Towson, she had the pleasure of training with various technical experts such as Catherine Horta-Hayden, Linda-Denise Fisher-Harrell, Vincent Thomas, Runqiao Du, and many more. Fueling her left brain as well as her right brain, she is now graduated with a BFA in Dance Performance & Choreography and has completed a track of prerequisites for physical therapy that will prepare her for graduate school and her professional dance career. Leah celebrates herself as a very determined individual, focused on her artistic path as well as the therapeutic path that comes after.