“Yoga is a training for life. I’ve changed job, city, country, language and style of life. When things get a little hard, I just have to remember to practice harder”
Giulia started practicing Ashtanga Yoga 12 years ago in Italy.
Discipline nurtured her ability to master more and more asana.
Passion drove her several times to Mysore (India), where this practice was born.
Curiosity enhanced her willingness to start exploring other yoga practices (Vinyasa, Hatha and Meditation).
Desire to share led her to become a yoga teacher