Developed through years of direct experience both as a teacher and a practitioner, my method emphasises a greater internalisation of practice. This is a very challenging process but it carries a multitude of benefits: not only improved health but above all improved internal awareness, centring and direct spiritual awareness. The approach is always fine-tuned to the capabilities of each student, progressing step by step along a personalised path, with teaching clearly focused on the spiritual self realization.

“The Innerlock” is my personal method of teaching impeccable internal/external connection, through the breath to fine tuning the energetic resonance of the body with the altered energetic power of thought. The specific characteristics of this approach objectively demonstrate that:

– it generates an awareness of perfect alignment, where the student is conscious of keeping the back entirely straight like a board when breathing and curved only during kumbhakas (retention).- what is occurring in the body can be demonstrated objectively by applying pressure on specific points with the fingers: by pushing in opposite directions the force applied is neutralised, proving the presence of the internal lock which does nothing more than to simultaneously connect the internal bandhas or locks, the final result of this is the relaxation and dissolution of the body.

– the same lock structure applies for every single asana or transition, including forward and backward bends, vertical positions, twists, opening of the hips, etc., significantly simplifying the anatomical approach in terms of theory and practice.

– it creates a deep transformation at the myofascial level, perfectly aligning the body and avoiding any kind of compression or trauma.

– it helps the student to understand how to breathe much more deeply and for much longer, whilst keeping the body perfectly aligned and relaxed.

– through the external conditioning I have designed (High Intensity Flexibility), we optimise by 70% the time we spend for the practice of asana gaining at the same time greater flexibility and stability.

– it helps the body to constantly maintain the same alignment, avoiding wasted energy during postures and transitions, and avoiding stressing the body or the breathing during practice. The ultimate purpose is the conscious entry towards the alpha/tetha/delta brainwaves to experience our spiritual being by travelling out of the body into other dimensions.

Open your ears, open your mind. Clarifying the true reality that lies behind the word Yoga, so mysterious that
it ends up being misinterpreted or betrayed.
This is the intent that I set for myself by sharing my personal experience of the world. Looking from a wider
perspective to the direction in which the Yoga phenomenon is moving nowadays, I realized that we tend to
concentrate energies and attentions essentially on the external practice that sees in the execution of the
asanas its main purpose.
As a matter of fact on the one hand there are those who, embarking on such a limited path, end up identifying the evolution of yoga through the execution of postures on an increasingly more advanced physical sequences. On the other hand, there are those who, after having realized the limitations of such a goal, take a
step back and opt for a more easy practice that balances the body and still the mind.
I do not want to imply that all of that is totally wrong or to be excluded. It is important to exercise the body,
giving it dedication, attentions and care. The work on the body gives us health, fortitude, control over the
passions, cleansing, purification and contributes to our overall well-being but from my point of view it wii be
better and more convenient to access it in a smarter way through targeted conditioning so to optimize our
effort and eventually also to give more space for the other inner dimension of Yoga to blossom inside ourselves.
In fact, my approach provides excellent results by working on the external part no more than 3/4 hours a
week in order to leave more room for the internal practice of Yoga.
The essence of this ancient practice is nothing but the conscious work on our energy field. When we are able
to increase our level of inner energy (prana or life force) that manifests itself through a vibration which we
can activate, control and channel. Then it will be clear that Yoga is union-projection of soul and spirit and through real spiritual experiences we will expand ourselves beyond our 3D reality towards other possible dimensions.