I grew up in Argentina and moved to Switzerland in 2011. I studied fine arts and fashion and textile design in Buenos Aires, and completed a master of arts in design in Lucerne (CH).
I took my first Yoga class back in 2002. I started practising more regularly during my studies in Switzerland in 2012. In subsequent years I completed the 200-hour teacher training course with Poonam Stecher Sharma and Sanjeev Bhanot at Sanapurna Zurich (Yogalife), Jules Mitchell’s anatomy workshop series “Yoga Meets Science” at Yoga Culture (ZH), the Perinatal Yoga teacher training at Birthlight Zurich and the Postnatal Yoga teacher training at Mamata Yoga.
In 2015 I became pregnant with my first child. I practised prenatal yoga during this special time and discovered a new dimension to the discipline. I had a difficult birth that marked my passage into motherhood. Yoga then became a vehicle to heal the trauma of my birth experience and come to terms with how things unfolded.
I’m passionate about helping women embrace the changes that occur during pregnancy, navigate the first few months after childbirth and rediscover themselves in their new role as mothers.
I’m a RYT 200 and a Perinatal Yoga teacher, and I teach in English, German and Spanish.
Aside from Yoga, I love going for walks, knitting, design, books, Indian food and travelling with my family.
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