After 5 years in the industry of Fashion and Luxury, I decided to quit the corporate career and start my own journey.
I went to the Himalayas for two months to teach English, as a volunteer, to thirty little monks in a Buddist Monastery. I lived in a local family in the region of Ladakh, also called the "roof of the world", eating rice and dried vegetables every meal, sleeping on a carpet in a common living room, and meditating with my joyful monks every sunrise and sunset. I had the greatest time in the most remote place on Earth with no electricity and no water, discovering pure solitude but simultaneously love and care as I never did before.
My journey continued in Tamil Nadu, where I spent one month in an Ayurvedic Clinic, following patients treatments and studying Ayurveda principles with my Guru Doctor. I learned about plants, herbal healing, acupressure, nutrition and all natural remedies. I finished my initiatic journey in Kerala, South India, where I trained with the best Indian Yogis and I finally became Yoga Teacher, specialized in Ashtanga and Vinyasa.
Back home, after 6 months travelling and backpacking alone, I realized there was so much to do to help people in their journey through happiness: I started teaching yoga and soon bringing my students and friends into small retreats, to let them experience the amazing feeling I had during my long retreat in Asia.
I wanted to offer the comfort, luxury and ease I wasn’t able to find in my journey, to make the experience a real moment of happiness, calm, and absolutely holiday. I wanted my clients to feel in a place where the time stops, where everything is taken care off, where there is beauty in every single details.
I wanted to create the real “perfect holiday” where body, mind and sould are balanced, where one stops thinking and organizing but just let creativity, intuition, and love come in and expand in all directions.