She discovered yoga at the age of 17 during a workshop in school. During the following years her passion and curiosity led her to practice Hatha Yoga in different schools in Palermo, Las Palmas De Gran Canaria Parma and Buenos Aires, places where She lived for study and work.
It was only after her transfer to Milan in 2009 that yoga really became part of her daily life. There She discovered Ashtanga Yoga along with a new perspective: yoga becomes a useful tool to bypass, or at least recognize, all those mental rigidities and crystallized attitudes which are obstacles on the mat but even more out of the shala.
Thanks to her teacher, Marianna Borga, She learnt to live the mat as a personal and intimate space of self-knowledge, to unhook the practice from the results, and "Feel" rather than "Think". This is what she loves to teach her students today.
In 2014, She attended a 100hr teacher training in Yoga for Kids with the aim of sharing the experience of yoga with children. Children enthusiasm and curiosity are a source of inspiration: nobody can live the present like a child.
She studied with many international teachers including Eddy Stern, Lino Miele, Piero Vivarelli and Olop Arpipi, discovering different teaching methods that have enriched her practice and opened her to new styles and approaches.
In 2016, She completed her 200hr teacher training in Flow Yoga Alignment Oriented in Milan under the careful guidance of Simona Tarabini, Rosa Tagliafierro and Cristina Bazzanella. Their never ending desire to know and share has confirmed to her that a a good teacher can only be a tireless student.