Daughter of a yogini, Yoga has been in my life since the very beginning.
Mum and dad travelled around India before I was born and fell in love with its culture and with Yoga too, hence why, despite being Italian, I have not only one, but three indian first names. Yes... 3!
When I was a child both my parents used to teach yoga aside from their other jobs and I was often brought into the studio, quietly observing the evening classes, not knowing much about why people where upside down or contorted in strange positions, but it soon become normal.
As a teenager I occasionally appeared at mum's classes but my flexibility wasn't great, I could barely touch my toes in a forward fold (despite years of ballet classes during childhood) and that was frustrating!
It wasn't until I moved away from home that I found a real interest and passion for Yoga in London. After 6 years of regular, dedicated practice, I decided to enrol on a Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training with YogaLondon. Most of all, I wanted to develop my own practice and be my own teacher.
Aside from Yoga, my other big passions are nutrition and healthy living. I was brought up eating a sugar free, vegan diet until the age of 6, after which I was strictly vegetarian until just a few years ago when I started to integrate some fish in my diet. I started to develop a passion for healthy nutrition and wellbeing during adolescence; reading plenty of books and articles on the subject and experimenting delicious recipes in the kitchen for the joy of family and friends.
I now want to share the love for Yoga and wellbeing with you.
I pride myself in being able to adapt my teaching style to the needs and requirements of my students. My classes space from strong Vinyasa Yoga to slower Hatha flows. I love creative sequencing and no class will ever be identical to the next.
I teach students of all ages and abilities, at home, studios or in their workplace.