My approach to the study of the body started from the passion for dance, from the need to express myself through alternative languages, and therefore from the study of dance theater, floor-work, release technique, together with the experimentation of physical theater, various types of dance and different somatic practices. Through the intense path of internal investigation coming from the Liquid Body technique, but above all from Bruno Caverna's Play-Fight, I was able to look into the depth and richness of bodily intelligence with more precision, which supported me in working on other aspects of the being, of which we are all composed. I feel the need to cultivate the humility of internal work, to transmit the possibility of undertaking a new dialogue with oneself, capable of making organic and healthy approaches to the self, through the fundamental relationship with the other, the diverse and the limits. Surprise and curiosity continue to nourish my research, both as an artist and as a teacher, but first and foremost as a human being, body. In this way, I return more responsibly and fluidly to dance.