Mindfulness is a meditative practice whose essence is to pay intentional attention to the present moment without passing judgement. Mindfulness derives from the teachings of Buddhism, but in the 1970s it was reworked by an American physician, John Kabat-Zinn. His model is used today in clinics, medical disciplines, psychotherapies, schools, jobs and other fields. It is a mental education that teaches us to experience the world in a completely new way and can be integrated into everyday life. People of all ages, professions, conditions, and personal characteristics such as the highly sensitive person can benefit from the MBSR Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Programme. Science shows that this programme serves people who suffer from anxiety, stress, depression, physical and chronic pain, it also shapes the mind and improves the relationship with oneself and others. 

"...each of our meetings has been a becoming until my favorite mountain that enchants me every morning..."
"...I thank you for the care and sensitivity with which you accompanied us on this journey of breaths and awareness! I am glad I was able to participate in the course."
"The MBSR course changed my life".
"I start by thanking you from the bottom of my heart for the wonderful course from which I truly learned and understood so much about myself and my high sensitivity and I am happy to have received this gift that in the past I always perceived as a "burden."

"[Initially] I really loved bodyscan and mindful movement. [Now, after] a break of a few months....., I am surprised that today I really enjoy meditations, ..... I no longer feel the need to want to do it right. Instead, I experience how the words come to touch me gently."

My passion for Mindfulness began in 2002, when I participated in Jon Kabat-Zinn's MBSR program. Since then, I have continued to delve deeper into mindfulness practices and techniques, specializing in the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) programs, completing a Master's Degree in Mindfulness.
My deep sensitivity to compassion and mindfulness toward our higher self, eventually led me to obtain certification as a Trained Teacher for Mindful Self-Compassion and Teacher in Training for Mindful Self-Compassion for adolescents at the Center of Mindful Self-Compassion in San Diego, California where I further deepened my practice by taking the Fierce Self-Compassion course.
My personal mission, as a highly sensitive person, is to promote greater awareness and compassion toward self and others through the practices of Mindfulness and Mindful Self-Compassion. I am committed to helping people access their deep inner world, where our resources reside, and through which we are all meant to grow and realize ourselves step by step toward that spark of universal love and connection.

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