I first encountered yoga in 1999, frequenting a course of Raja Yoga: the resonance of this type of practice shaped me as both a pupil and a teacher. In 2005, I began a four-year training course for yoga teachers at S.F.I.D.Y.(Yoga Teacher Training School) in Milan, following the principles of the Nil Hahoutoff method, as taught by Claudio Conte and Patrick Tomatis.
Numerous trips to India have enhanced my experience as a practitioner and teacher. It was during one trip to India that lasted for a year between 2004 and 2005, that I met for the first time the Indian sage Vimala Thakar. My subsequent meetings with Vimla, through to her death in 2009, triggered a significant change in my development, introducing me to the intimate relationship that exists between life and the practice of yoga and meditation.
In recent years, I have continued to enrich my experience as a teacher, participating in innumerable seminars and specialist training courses so as to be able to bring the principles of yoga to workshops for children of all ages and pregnant women.
I gained a diploma as a child neuro-psychomotricity therapist from the University of Pavia and, before starting to teach yoga, I worked for seven years in the neuro-psychiatric service in Omegna.
I am a member of Yani (the Italian National Yoga Teachers Association)