Who I am?. This is a difficult question to answer if you do not identify yourself with the character that you have created throughout your life.
“The Being is that where the thought ” I” does not exist at all”.
Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi
I have always been a person with a lot of vitality, full of energy, and with innumerable intellectual and spiritual concerns throughout my life. I have practiced a multitude of sports and have reinvented myself several times in life. I have traveled around the world in search of experiences, knowledge and wisdom. In one of those trips I got to know Yoga in India, a discipline that has been part of my life ever since. In the search for my true identity I have practiced Advaita meditation, Vipassana meditation in remote Buddhist temples, Zazen meditation, and Tantric non-dual meditation from Cachemira. More than fifteen years ago I decided to change my role from student to teacher, but always open to new knowledge because life is a constant learning. In recent years I have studied anatomy and body biomechanics. In my classes I try to apply my experience and knowledge in order to achieve a better connection between body, mind and spirit in my students.