I have been practicing Yoga for over 10 years, yoga for me has always been a great passion, a solid basis for my psychophysical well-being and a philosophy of life, it has been decisive in the evolution of my person and in my life in general and starting from I started sharing these assumptions spontaneously, first to friends, and then more and more by certifying myself as a Yoga Alliance RYT 200 teacher in 2013 in the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Ashram in Austria and continuing over the years with the need to continue training (RYT 200 Ashyana Yoga Goa, RYT 50 Restorative & Yin Yoga).
My training has deep roots in the Satyananda tradition of the Bihar School of Yoga, I immediately embraced the method that promotes, as a holistic system, the optimal development of human potential, realigns the delicate balance between body, mind, emotions and spirit.
My curiosity, thirst for knowledge and love for the unknown led me to explore other styles of yoga and places in the world where I practiced, learned and shared.
For several years I have been passionate about Shiva Rea’s Vinyasa Flow yoga, exploring the discipline of Ashtanga (Mary Taylor) and then orienting myself more and more towards Restorative yoga and Yin and Iyengar who takes care of the alignment, which takes into account physical problems and is beneficial it is accessible to all and finally meditation and Yoga Nidra to also work on the release of mental and psycho-emotional tensions.
At the same time, I integrated the practice of yoga, also orienting myself towards the therapeutic aspect, becoming passionate about holistic disciplines such as Ayurveda, obtaining the basic and intermediate certification of Ayurvedic Massage and Thai Body Work.