About me

I was born and raised in Italy, where I studied classical and contemporary dance and graduated in Production and Artistic Techniques from Ca' Foscari University of Venice. After getting my degree,  I decided to enhance my training in different European countries such as Spain, Austria and France, among others. I began my professional career, first in cultural management and then as a dancer and teacher of contemporary dance. 

Yoga came my way many years ago, thanks to one of my dance teachers who made me understand that yoga and dance go hand in hand. I thus started to practice yoga, developing a deep desire to improve my knowledge of this ancient discipline. 

After more than ten years of study, in the fall of 2017 I travelled to India where I obtained the RYS 200 certificate from the Yoga Alliance, which qualified me as a Hatha ans Vinyasa Yoga Teacher. This enriching experience made me start a path of physical, mental and spiritual transformation.    

I regularly attend yoga workshops and I am actually focused on deeping the study of the Anatomy of Movement , a training program developed by Blandine Calais-Germain┬«. 

Besides being a Hatha and Vinyasa yoga teacher, I took advantage of my dance background and my constant desire to investigate body and movement to experiment and merge yoga with contemporary dance, being interested in the exploration of different communicative techniques and movement dynamics.  

I consider yoga much more than a sequence of asanas. It is a necessary tool for my life and my personal growth. Is is a place to share with acceptance and respect. It is a personal path, physical and spiritual, of connection with our self and with the world around us. It is a discipline that gives us serenity, stillness, balance, strenght and that helps us face life in a more concious and positive way.

                  My Philosophy

Yoga: explore it, experience it and live it! Take this path that will help you be more aware of who you are.  

Yoga is a path that begins when we listen to the body with respect and sensivity, and we observe the processes of the mind with objectivity and detachment. 

Yoga means connection with ourselves and with others. In my practice, I invite you to observe your inner self, to understand the origin of each movement, to connect with your body and mind. 

I invite you to investigate towards the limits of each posture, to feel and breathe the movement, to experience the physical, emotional and mental benefits that each practice gives us. 

My goal is to create a space of trust and honesty where we can all share our energy and explore new paths of transformation.