With the practice of yoga, she not only strengthened the spinal column that supports her body (and all its systems), but also gradually strengthened all the aspects that support her life.
Her classes have a classic and holistic approach that stretches and tones the entire body, understanding yoga as a complete system of healing and self-knowledge designed to help the body maintain a natural state of health.
The practice of asanas (postures) has always been accompanied by the study of yoga philosophy and the constant purpose of learning how to apply the teachings of this ancient spiritual science in daily life. At the beginning of 2017, she completed her Classical Yoga training at the Sivananda Yoga Ashram in Vietnam under the guidance of Swami Sitaramananda, a direct disciple of Sri Swami Vishnudevananda, founder of the Sivananda school in honor of his teacher Sri Swami Sivananda.
In his classes, 5 principles of yoga are worked on: correct exercise (āsanas), correct breathing (prānāyāma), correct relaxation (savāsana), correct diet and, finally, positive thinking and meditation (vedānta and dhyāna).