Yoga for me is not just physical exercise but has become a real lifestyle, a kind of natural return to the origins and simplicity, qualities that belong to the human being, but which are often hidden from the frenetic events of the reality of the our days. Vinyasa, for me, is like a true dance on the mat, it becomes a practice to which I devote myself with devotion.
What was your professional career?
In teaching, I like to think that I have the opportunity to give to my students, with love and deep serenity, that consistency can be achieved by seemingly unreachable goals, and overcome them to go further, towards new achievements.
Why City ZEN?
City Zen is for me the special place where, even with the simple gesture of crossing the entrance threshold, there is a precious opportunity to leave out anything that is not necessary to give a spontaneous smile to what he has more value, attention to one’s own being.
In 2009, a genuine passion for discipline was born in me and I began to attend courses and workshops, meeting Masters like Lisetta Landoni, Sharon Gannon and Masterji Vishwanath. In 2012, I know John Formisano, my current Master, and I decide to attend the course, getting the 200 RYT certification, recognized by Yoga Alliance, with the permission of Hatha and Raja yoga.