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My name is Krzysztof and I am passionate about how we relate with the environment and each other.
I have trained in anthropology, media and communications as well as in innovation management and hold a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology received from Goldsmiths, University of London in 2014.

Research Focus

For over a decade now, I have been carrying out long-term participatory and applied research in the UK, India, Japan, and Israel focusing on how we practice wellbeing.
Working as a researcher, educator, and practitioner, allowed for learning with people from across countries, disciplines and cultures.
Together with professionals in healthcare and education, community groups, artists, therapists, and movement professionals we have been pursuing a range of ways by which we creatively adapt to unexpected circumstances and life challenges.
It’s thrilling to be able to share with you my observations and ways of collaborating!

Key observations

* Training our attention and senses allows us to respond to challenges
* Through experiential learning, we can stay inspired and motivated, retain a sense of wonder, appreciate obstacles as opportunities.
* Direct experience of the world makes us human.
* Wellbeing is not a finite goal. It is a skill: an adaptation to changing circumstances.


Over the years, I have helped to develop and co-create a number of wellbeing education programmes.

In each, experiential learning serves as a tool for personal and/or professional growth.

Training and Coaching

Wellbeing Projects


Curious how can experiential learning help your team or a community grow? 
Simply get in touch.