I was born in Rome, Italy. I spent my first years of life around the world between Buthan, Nepal and more. Unfortunately I don't remember much. I moved to the US at the age of 15 and now I am a true "New Yorker" but still keep my italian heritage with me.
This means that I love to cook and enjoy a nice glass of wine with my friends. I am a holistic health coach and a yoga teacher.
I grew up being introduced to many foods, from a typical italian diet to an asian macrobiotic one. I enjoyed greens and the thrill of new tastes.
Balance can often take a lifetime to master without the right tools. You should have goals in life to give you a purpose and once achieved you will feel great about yourself. I was always interested in clean and healthy food, I grew up in a pretty health conscious family in Italy, were fresh produce at the market and seasonal food were a must. After having a father with colon cancer and myself with Hashimoto's thyroid, which I was able to reverse, I decided to become an health coach and enrolled at IIN . Here I learned the motto of how "one diet doesn't fit all". This school introduces you to more the 100 diets and your teachers are the top notch of the health and wellness industry such as Dr Lipman, Andrea Beaman, Dr Oz, Dr Hyman and others from all over the world to. With IIN I wasable to dig dipper in what I already know. Food is important for the well being of the human body, as is having a physical routine. I do yoga to help my mind settle, my body flow properly, and to make me feel at ease and happy. It is my hobby and also my passion. I look forward to sharing my world with you!
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