"I was obsessed with perfect body balance and relaxation while playing since I was sixteen. Led with an idea of instrument beeing an extension of physical body I was drown to classes of taijiquan under martial arts Master Jasminko Miklec. My practise
was continued in numerous masterclasses of Grand Master Chen Xiaowang and by individual tuiton of his son, Master Chen Jun in China. While touring for Grand Master Chen Xiaowang's classes, he provided opportunity to perform during the workshops in Switzerland,
Ireland, Russia, Slovenia and many more. In this period of intensive practise of taijiquan and simultaneous violin performing I started to notice the benefits of grounding on my sound. This was the root of The Sound Posture project."
Except Taijiquan practise, due to develope better understanding of anatomy, Petromila completed Multi Style Yoga Teacher Training and received diploma exepted from international institution Yoga Allience in 2010. After return from China, she started
to teach Chen Style Taijiquan for the Chen Xiaowang Taijiquan Assosiation Croatia, taught a workshop for dance company ZKM and encouraged by the colleges in Croatian Radiotelevision Symphony Orchesta started to teach Taijiquan musiciants from the ensemble.
Since 2009 Petromila is taking part in European Union project Bisyoc, by teaching Taijiquan to participants and their tutors. Supported by Town Zagreb Inovative Arts, she starts a scientific research about connection of body functionality in Chen Taijiquan
and playing violin, named The Sound Posture.