Certified Mindfulness and Yoga instructor with 500+ hours of training
I studied the Dynamic Mindfulness method with Tatjana Mesar. This international training allowed me to study with Diana Thielen, Matthew Remski, Raphan Kebe, Lorna Neuber, and Vera Piechulla. It introduced me to Buddhism and give me the opportunity to learn and practice with David Listen and Žarko Andričević.
My studies continues with a big number of inspiring teachers, first the beautiful souls I have begin my yoga journey with and master teachers such as Bo Forbes, Jules Mitchell and many others.
As a yoga teacher, my goal is to offer a more complete and functional practice for contemporary bodies and minds.
I started practising Yoga more than 10 years ago in my hometown Bologna but true love has started when I moved to Berlin in 2013 and met inspiring yoga teachers.
As a yoga teacher, I’m passionate about movement in all shapes and forms. I dedicate my time and energy to study and meeting different movement cultures, and practitioner to stay inspired and open-minded.
I teach a very personal approach, routed in the Dynamic Mindfulness method, which is founded on holistic movement and Zen (Chan) Buddhist philosophy.
Moving from the Hara (the core) and from inner to outer into a Wave. The method involves evidence-based movement informed by biomechanics principles on how our bodies move and how our nervous system processes movements.
I include spinal waves, circular and spiral movements, bouncing and shaking the body to improve the function of our Fascia. This approach to practice can be applied to any yoga tradition and a physical activity providing a more healthy way of moving.
My teaching style is in constant evolution and it takes inspiration in different yoga and movements traditions and techniques coming from Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin and Restorative, Feldenkreis, Body Mind Centering, Contemporary Dance but also Pilates, Functional and Mobility movements and different Martial Arts practices such as Qi-gong and Tai Chi.
My practice is based on radical kindness, softness, awareness of body-mind-breath and the balance of effort and ease, in the asanas and in transitions. I invite the participants to be curious, open-minded and non-judgmental.