Natalia was reared in a Polish/Flemish family. Her musical background is influenced by piano and dancing lessons and by her passion for Polish folklore. From her fourteenth to her twentieth she danced and sang with the company "Krakus" from Genk in Belgium. In 1992 she received her diploma in folklore choreography from Lublin in Poland. She then sang with the renowned Polish State Folklore Company "Slask" where she trained her "white voice". For a short period of time she studied Slavic Languages in Amsterdam and International Business Studies in The Hague. She started working with Flairck in 1995 and performed the role of Lucia Jansz in "The Golden Age" production. In 1996 she organised a tour of Poland for Flairck in collaboration with the "Polish Stage Foundation". In 1997 she toured Chile and America with Flairck and began to study both overtone singing and flamenco dancing. In that period she also followed acting classes by Robert Ceelen. She took part in Flairck's last tour "LIJF in concert" and this season she is also joining the club.