Ewa Korzeniowska moved from Poland to the United States in 2003. Since her youth she’s had a passion for life, creativity and the arts. She originally came to the US (Dallas actually) to later attend a professional make-up artist school in Los Angeles, California. She immediately fell in love with the city and thus an easy decision for her to stay. She’s been a native to the Lakewood area for a decade.
Notwithstanding a successful career in the skincare industry, Ewa’s heart has always belonged to the arts, and her intrapersonal drive to teach and help others. Ewa initially pursued esthetics and professional make-up application and became a licensed esthetician in Texas. After graduation in 2008, Ewa’s entrepreneurial spirit called her to open Lashes to Lashes in Dallas. She enjoyed great success and after a few years decided to expand her knowledge and expertise into medically oriented skin procedures. As a specialist in skincare, she joined the Derm Lounge Med Spa.Ewa’s passion for art, dance and music has been an influential part of her life from an early age. She was raised in a family that embraced and promoted the arts. She has always known in her heart that she needed to follow the same path. At age five, she began playing the violin and at age six she began dancing. Her grandparents, both teachers, too owned a music school. Her grandmother played violin, piano and guitar as well as being a conductor. Her Sister is a professional opera singer and vocal coach in Poland.Ewa believes that “…..We’ve created an artistic learning environment, which allows children of all ages to engage in various kinds of arts. To be able to create such a wonderful place….where future generations may grow as emotionally in touch individuals is extremely rewarding to me."

Ewa K. Buss

Founder and Director

Anna Sessions

Assistant School Director

Director of Dance

Anna Sessions is originally from Fairfield, Texas. She trained under Lydia Spano (Pacific Northwest Ballet, Ballet Austin, Ballet Magnificat!) and Natalie George at Joy’s School of Dance in Waco, Texas. Anna also graduated with her Associate of Arts Degree from Mclennan Community College in Waco, Texas. As a student she trained during the summers (2009-2013) at Ballet Magnificat! Summer Intensive in Jackson, Mississippi and also at Ballet Academy East in New York City. In 2012 and 2013 she was selected to be a part of the pre-professional company at Ballet Magnificat! Summer Intensives.


Anna was accepted into the Ballet Magnificat! Trainee Program as a Trainee II in the fall of 2013. During her years as a Trainee II, she was also a part of the Events Company at Ballet Magnificat!. Anna toured nationally and internationally for two years as a part of the Events Company. In July of 2015 Anna was invited to be a Company Apprentice with Ekklesia Contemporary Ballet. She toured nationally with the company during that year, and performed many leading roles. Anna was invited to become a Company Artist at Vivid Ballet in July of 2016 and finished her last season with the company in June of 2017.


She is currently a Company Member with Dallas Neo-Classical Ballet in Dallas, Texas. Her repertory includes various original works by Kathy Thibodeaux, Jiri Sebastian Voborsky, Caleb Mitchell, Vincent Hardy, Durell Comedy, Victor Lazano, Steve Rooks, Elizabeth McMillan, Erin Boone, and Emilie Skinner. She has also been teaching all styles of dance to all ages for over 10 years, and has been trained in with experience teaching Vagonova, Balanchine, Cecchetti and RAD methods. From 2008-2013 Anna owned and directed her own ballet school in Fairfield, Texas. She has also been a Guest Instructor at The Dance Company’s Summer Dance Intensive (2014-2016) in Madison, Alabama. Anna has taught for over 10 different ballet schools and dance academies across the country, as well as serving as the Ballet Mistress for a Different Drum Dance Company at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. She is thrilled to be co-directing at LCFA, and looks forward to sharing the joy of fine arts with all of our students!