Looking back I can clearly see that none of the sports I tried over the years ever really appealed to me, whereas my early encounters with Yoga from being a teenager always fascinated me. Finally, there was meaning beyond movement and this deeply resonated with my nature.
I decided to attend my very first Hatha Yoga course pushed by a profound need of allowing myself some quality time, taking care of both my mental and physical health and as a result I ended up falling in love with a discipline that changed and helped me like nothing before.
During my 2 years of Yoga teacher training at the International Yoga School of Hari Om (Alessandria, Italy) I started to teach a dynamic style of Yoga designed to bridge the gap between body and mind, cultivate calmness and self-acceptance through movement and breathing. Throughout the years of teaching it became more and more important for me to create a friendly, judgment-free space where it was possible to relearn how to listen to ourselves, evolve and befriend our flaws and limits instead of widening that gap.
After my studies I never stopped teaching, broadening my knowledge by traveling and practicing with different teachers. Seeking a balance in my very Yang personal practice, I’ve started to go deeper into the Yin Yoga approach and I’ve recently become Yin Yoga teacher to strengthen my expertise and incorporate this nuance into our classes.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class
An energising and dynamic practice that synchronises body movement with breathing using flowing sequences of postures, varying in each class, that are designed as moving meditations with the intention of releasing tensions and bringing more awareness to the present moment.
With this aim, during my Vinyasa yoga classes I always like to offer the possibility of exploring some breathing exercises to clear the mind and start focusing on the practice. We begin the session with a nice and gentle warm up consisting of free intuitive movements and Sun Salutations that are followed by some fluid breathing-led sequences to really tune in to your body and mind, finding your own pace. All classes slow down to a more relaxing phase, bringing the body down to the earth for a more grounded consciousness before leaving the mat.
Whether you are new to Yoga or already into it, props and modifications will be provided each and every time to let everyone enjoy the experience.
(Starting 6th September 2019)