Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, she began studying ballet with Doris Topete and received further training with Lucy Arce. In 1994 after being awarded second place at the International Ballet Competition in Guadalajara, she was invited to form part of the National Dance Company of Mexico, where she danced as a soloist and principal dancer for over 10 years. She was awarded scholarships to study at Houston Ballet Academy, Boston Ballet School, the Rock School of Pennsylvania Ballet and the National Ballet School in Cuba. In 1990 she danced in Ballet de Monterrey under the direction of Anne Marie De Angelo. She participated in the International Dance Competition in Paris, France in 1996, where she was a finalist and had the privilege of being coached by master teacher David Howard. In 1997 she was awarded a fellowship by the National Institute of Fine Arts of Mexico to dance at the Ballet of the Opera of Rome, Italy with the recommendation of Fernando Bujones, whom she had the honor of working with. She danced extensively as a principal guest artist in Mexico, the United States and South America. In 2000, as a scholarship recipient of the National Fund for Arts and Culture of Mexico, she joined City Ballet of San Diego, California. Her repertoire includes the principal roles in most major classical ballets, as well as contemporary roles especially created for her. She received training by renowned ballet masters, including Li Cuxin, Svetlana Ballester, Melissa Hayden, Steven Wistrich, Piotr Nardelli, Loipa Araujo, Medhi Bahiri, Judy Fugate, Ben Stevenson, Elyse Borne, Giuseppe Carbone and Larry Rosenberg, among others.
After retiring from the stage, Ms. Ladewig has taught and coached both professional dancers and students throughout Mexico, the United States and South America and is currently ballet mistress at Ballet de Jalisco, the professional ballet company in Guadalajara, Mexico.