Mayoga is born from the desire to share the practice of yoga and the passion for travel.
Yoga Retreats (1)
Giulia Maya Biagi
Giulia's yoga practice began in 2002, inspired by her mother. She immediately felt the profound benefits of yoga. It wasn't until her first visit to India in 2011 that she decided to become a full-time teacher. She's attended workshops and teacher trainings with several world-famous masters and regularly spends time in India to devote herself to the study of yoga. Her style of teaching is fluid and dynamic, she puts particular emphasis on paying close attention to the details of asanas, such as conscious alignments and precise adjustments. The method combines strength, grace.