What’s your favorite part of your work?
Witnessing the transformation is a great joy. Watching my students evolving and making life choices that uplift themselves and the whole world. A favorite moment is always the closing ceremony in my Teacher Trainings where trainees are able to speak up and articulate in an emotional and intelligent way their life vision. So valuable.
What’s your least favorite part of your work?
Being away from my family when teaching abroad.
What still excites you and keeps you engaged with teaching yoga?
The fact that every single day, in every single practice and every class I teach, I learn something new. Yoga, as a philosophical system not only asana, is a life studying practice that constantly evolves and matures in time as I do in so many ways. It makes every single day of my life full fun and interesting.
If you didn’t teach yoga, what else would you do?
I haven’t thought of this question because this is what I do since 21 years old. Teaching people ways on how to be healthier and mindful through Yoga and psychology. My preference would always be to share, in the form of teaching, what I have learned that helps and promotes well-being.
What are you excited about learning next?
I am always excited for everything new but the ultimate for me this period of my life is to watch my one year old son discovering as he grows. I discover a lot with him about the potential we all have when we stay curious. Yes, I am excited for the every day learning.
What’s your finest advice for a newer teacher?
Be always a student. Constantly educate your self. Practice daily. Study and expose your self to diverse fields of knowledge. Be aware that you have always more to learn for the things you think you already know. Be hamble and respectful to all while sharing your knowledge. Be authentically You.
Evolutionary biology or god(s)?
For me God is the love and intelligence that informs the evolution of Biology.