I define myself as a creative therapist, a researcher of the body and its ecstatic potential.
I began my journey as a contemporary dancer, first in Modica (Sicily), then Milan, then Berlin.
In Milan I studied the Feldenkrais Method and some Pilates. That’s when my curiosity and passion for this field began to grow.
Later, in Berlin, I got more and more in touch with cranio-sacral therapy and decided to learn it.
I completed a three-and-a-half-year education at the Samuel-Hahnemann-Schule in Berlin, intensively studying medicine, homeopathy and different kinds of bodywork, such as Leibarbeit and massage, and at the same time studying cranio-sacral therapy at the “Ausbildungszentrum für Cranio-Sacrale Osteopathie” in Berlin.
As I understand it, the body is one with the mind and the spirit.
It needs pleasure and ecstasy to exist and to be healthy. I am convinced that sexual power is healing power within one’s self, and so I developed an interest in tantra , ecstatic states, and BDSM as healing practices.
I had the opportunity to have great teachers such as Barbara Carrellas and Joseph Kramer, among others.