Lea Švejdová is one of the first graduates of the Duncan Centre Conservatoire (1997). She then studied at the Brussels P.A.R.T.S. academy. For three years she worked in the international dance group Déja Donné (Lenka Flory and Simone Sandroni). In 2003, she returned to the Czech Republic and began to collaborate on projects of other artists. She became a founding member of the dance group NANOHACH, where she worked as a dancer and choreographer. During the fourteen years of its existence she performed in twenty-five projects. In 2006, she won the Sazka Award for Interpretation, her choreography Hechizada de Luxe was awarded The best Contemporary Award (Russia, 2011) and was nominated for the Sazka Award 2008 in the category of discovery in dance. She currently teaches contemporary dance technique, improvisation and creation at the Duncan Centre Dance Conservatory and collaborates with Post bellum.