’80s&’90s Fitness Video

by Sunday, May 7, 2017

Be inspired Diana! Summer is approaching, and everyone want a new 'butt' in time for the bikini test. A part my clients that have been dancing all the year and they in good shape few people would like to work from their own house. Come back in shape quickly? More cardio is the answer... here some fantastic, absurd, funny fitness tutorials on YouTube, I stumbled across an unexpected gold mine: ’80s and ’90s workout videos.


by Monday, March 20, 2017

Body Transformations over 40th Make exercise your best friend and menopausal symptoms will be better... If you’re experiencing menopausal symptoms, it feel as if you’ve lost control of your body and mind. The reason is because our bodies become low on oestrogen (in fact our period stops too) responsible for all those weird consequences of low oestrogen include everything from hot flushes to low mood.

The Female Vegan Athlete’s Plate

by Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Animal-based foods contain inflammatory sources of fats and proteins. Food is just language to our bodies’ cells. Cells are pathways of communication that control everything from our metabolism to our brain function. They do it all. Depending what we eat we are telling them to transform... Athletes or active individuals need high-quality sources of nutrition, not inflammatory-promoting foods or foods with cholesterol, toxins, and contaminants from animals. Because these foods are so highly processed, we can never really be sure what happens behind the scenes of their production. We need foods provide raw, living nutrients your cells easily recognize and can process into energy, along with care for your muscles, heart, and overall body.

Bikini workshop: Nu Barre and Vegan Diet

by Tuesday, March 14, 2017

I love all the Beach bodies at every age, especially after 40'. The reality is combining Dance based Workouts and Vegan Diet can really change your Shape. As every technique, mine is focused on feminine bodies with long and lean muscles and the quality of the proteins we eat changes the consistency of the muscle and the shapeability. I have been working with some of the hottest bodies, models and actresses in one to one and group classes, and my aim is always the same: slim down and create long, lean definition Im totally disagree with bulky females bodies... The good news is I discovered on myself that eating Vegan make everything in your body more efficient: the thinking and the workout...body and brain!

Learning Pointe as a Adult Dancer…

by Tuesday, March 7, 2017

You can learn pointe shoes at every age, its just a question of time and commitment learn it. If you’re an adult ballet dancer, the question is ‘Are you ready for pointe work?’ or 'Is the pointe work adding any values to your workout?' You’re not too old, if you’re 15 and above. If you’re 50, you can still do pointe work, but you must go in with your eyes wide open, understanding your personal risks. WILL I BE ABLE TO GO ON POINTE? Most probably yes, we don't know "WHEN" and for how long you can stay on pointe..... Although, there is a small minority of people that can’t go on pointe no matter how much strength or technique they’ve gained, it could be their ankles are way too flexible or too stiff.

Research genuine Dance movements

by Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Dance can generate a very democratic environment - everyone can come, try and enjoy! What is dance about? Just embodied confidence I guess...we are exposed, bare feet, totally exposed and nowhere to hide. As the most of you know, I previously worked as an art director, helping fashion brands to find their way and communicate with the world.

New Year Resolutions: Make your priorities!

by Friday, January 6, 2017

A work/life balance varies from person to person. Everyone’s priorities change depending on a range of factors. For example, age can make your balance very different. If you’re in your twenties or thirties, you may have strong commitments to building a family life whilst, at the same time, focus on growing your career. If you’re in your fifties and sixties, your focus may be on more personally meaningful activities, which may not have been present earlier in life.

Dance Kills Depression

by Monday, December 12, 2016

Dance not only is a great form of physical exercise: attending regular dance classes can also provide wider benefits. Social interaction, shared experience, concentrating on learning a new skill and the self-confidence they can bring all contribute to an improved self-esteem. Dance is also a great form of expression.

Bold Icon: Patti Smith

by Friday, December 9, 2016

Patti Smith gifts the literary world and a whole new generation of fans with another look into her singular mind, curiosities, and diversity. Writer, singer, poet, icon she has 'compose' M Train, a beutiful memoir: 'In 1965 I had come to New York City from South Jersey just to roam around, and nothing seemed more romantic than to write poetry in a Greenwich Village café. I finally got the courage to enter Caffè Dante on MacDougal Street. The walls were covered with printed murals of the city of Florence and scenes from The Divine Comedy'


by Friday, December 2, 2016

Balance can be defined as the ability to stay stable and not fall as we move our body . In dance, support changes constantly from two feet to one foot, and even to no feet when jumping. The dancer’s body constantly shifts its attention, the pelvis when rolling, the arms or shoulders during floorwork. Balance is a lifetime focus, a process of learning to navigate in space and adapting our sense of balance until old age.

Let it go!

by Wednesday, November 23, 2016

"Dance is an art in space and time. The object of the dancer is to obliterate that." ― Merce Cunningham
  Improve the body limits and the emotions that drive us in the space and time. There’s really no better method to learn dance than improvisation. Thanks to Rudolph Laban, modern and contemporary dance use some conceptual tools that allow us to generate movement by the exploration of some of its own basic components: BODY, SPACE and TIME.

Is the ‘imagery’ a serious help?

by Tuesday, November 15, 2016

It is not easy to correct our posture and it no easier teaching how to do it! I keep saying:'close the ribs' or 'open the chest' but some of you may think: 'what does she mean, how do I close my ribs...?????' You are right, it is difficult. Everyone reacts in the correct way when I say: 'Imagine a punch in your chest', if I gesture your body imagine a real punch and react...this is Imagery helping your body to find the correct movement.