I've always been a Truth Seeker. And by that, I mean I have always been looking for Soul and Spirit in anything I was doing. In school I loved studying Philosophy and Physics. My life has always been centered in a lot of sports and movement. When I was a little girl I practiced artistic gymnastic and at 9 years old I started figure skating, which I continued practicing till my 30's. I say that because for me the connection with my body and movement has been the key to understand myself and the world around me better. I am also a dancer and for me connecting with my body through music is connecting to my Spirit immediately: it's like a portal to the spiritual dimension. During my 20's I studied Linguistics and Marketing, and I worked for a famous American company as retail manager for 7 years. I reached a point of burn out when I was completely in misalignment with myself and that's when I left everything (job, house, partner, country, family) and started the path towards my real Self. Yoga entered in my life during this burn out: it came to me like a savior and it actually literally saved me. I had the confirmation that movement was the key for me to reconnect to my true self and take my power and trust back. During covid first lock-down I studied my first teacher training with House of Om, and since then I started teaching and sharing this potent path of enlightenment with the world. I continued studying with House of Om for the 300h and also completed Jivamukti teacher training in barcelona. It's 4 years that Yoga is part of my daily life, and I feel it changed completely my lifestyle and my perception of reality. Yoga is for me a sacred space where I get to know myself, my light, my shadows, my relationships with love and family: it is a teacher, a mirror, a guru. I love sharing it because it's just though the experience with the body that we get to understand where we are and who we are in relationship with the rest. I am forever grateful to all the teachings and teachers that are coming into my life since I opened the door of Yoga. I am becoming a better human and I wish inspiring others to do the same.