I studied philosophy, but what I got out of it is that words are not enough. That’s when I started to use my hands as well as my mind to understand the world. As far back as I can remember, I’ve always done massage. I started walking on my mother’s back when I was a child and I did my first massage course while at university. Later, I was lucky enough to be introduced to Thai massage in Greece, by the masterful teacher KrishnaTaki Ekonomoy. After a few years, I went to work in Australia, where I was able to travel to Thailand for three months to attend massage classes at the Wat Pho temple school in Bangkok, and in Chiang Mai in the north. After returning to my native Italy, I fulfilled a lifelong dream, walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, and ended up studying in Lisbon, at the traditional school of Chinese medicine. I’ve spent the last 10 years improving my massage techniques through courses and practice, believing that the Way is more important than the Goal.