My Retreat style: backpacking with style. Spirituality & Misticism
Languages: Italian, English, Spanish, French, a bit of German and some Russian
Where I live: 3 months in India, 2 months in Bali, here and there in between retreats. But you can always find me in Italy during summer time
I started to explore the world at a very young age. As a free spirit and wild Soul I did not care about all the discussions and boring questions that awaited me whenever I wanted to leave. This led me to grow with an open eye on other cultures, to experience the beauty of other colors and to taste deliciously different flavors. I have always paid my freedom at a price but today I would do everything again and maybe more. I have graduated in foreign languages, tourism marketing and tourism sociology.
After spending hours of conversation on third class trains crossing the chinese hinterland and spiritual talks with mystical sufis in marvellous carpet stores, I realized that a journey is something that can really make you go further. Most of the time we travel to escape everything and everyone but in reality we are just going deep inside of us, finding new unexplored trails that can lead us toward a better version of ourself. So while unpacking a suitcase and packing a backpack, I kept on studying and devoting myself to understand what mind, heart and soul are and work.
I am a Pranic Energy Healer and a teacher of Tibetan Buddhist meditation. I love to create rituals and ceremonies. I follow the Moon phases. I get lost into wild nature and small hidden corners of exotic cities. I let my hair messy and I walk barefoot pretty much everywhere but I always wear a drop of some natural perfumes I create.
Today I like to call myself an Alchemist. I work with women combining ancient techniques such as meditation, breathing and healing energy with more modern knowledges such as intuitive coaching, hypnosis and essential oils. Last year, while rushing from a skype session to a live workshop, I realized it was time for me to offer to my clients the greatest mean of transformation I know: travels
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