Lucyna Zwolinska  was born in Poland, began her training at Ballet School in Bytom.
From 2003 she continued her dance education at High School of Music & Performing Arts in Frankfurt am Main, where she was dancing with The Forsythe Company as a guest artist.

In 2007 she joined Ballet Augsburg where she worked for three seasons. From 2010, she was part of the Ballet des Saarländisches Staatstheater in Saarbrücken, and in 2015  joined Company Susanne Linke/Theater Trier.

In this time she has collaborated with Johan Inger,  Susanne Linke, Urs Dietrich, Emily Molnar, Kevin O'Day, Itzik Galili, Mauro Bigonzetti, Amanda Miller, Stijn Celis, Marguerite Donlon, Cayetano Soto and others.

Since season 2018/2019 she is working as a freelance dancer and choreographer.

From 2011 she presented her choreographies in Germany, Italy, Japan, Ireland and Poland.

For her work „DROGA” she was selected to participate in the 26.International  Choreographic Competition Hannover. In 2013, in 8.International Choreography Competition Ludwigshafen no ballet she received the 2nd Jury prize, the Presentation prize in the Tanzmesse NRW and the Audience Award.

"trying to breathe" was created as part of "Think Big - artist residency program 2018", a joint initiative by the ballet of the State Opera Hannover and TANZtheater INTERNATIONAL.
In June 2019 it was recreated for Stuttgarter Ballett and performed in Noverre: Junge Choreographen evening.

In 2019, she created her first independent dance project "reflexio".

In 2020 she received the Zonta-Club Saarlouis cultural award and started to work on 
collaborative project's- B&Z PRODUCTIONS with musician Gabriele Basilico.

In 2021 she created works for Theater Trier , Dance Arts Faculty in Rome and Step Up Dance Limerick.

Lucyna Zwolinska was appointed ballet director of The Castel Opera in Szczecin for the season 2021/22  and created her first story ballet inspired by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's "The Little Prince".

In 2022 she created SAND- project by B&Z Productions and in 2023 new choreographies for the Stuttgarter Ballet and the HfMDK in Frankfurt am Main.