Her great passion for the South Seas led her to visit French Polynesia and Hawaii, the latter considered as a second home.
During the various trips his interest in these cultures grows and he becomes more and more passionate about history, dance and the various cultural aspects that allow him to approach the life of the islands.
Since 2009 he has attended the MANA TAHITI school of Polynesian Dances founded by Amanda
Mendoza, where he learned both the Hula dance (Hawai'i) and the Ori Tahiti dance (French Polynesia)
In 2011 she had the opportunity to attend the Ori Tahiti Training Course (Conservatoire Artistique de la Polynesie francaise "Te Fare Upa Rau" Papeete) during a study trip to Tahiti with her companions.
In 2017 and 2018 he participated with Mana Tahiti in the important international competition Heiva i Paris, where last year the group ranked 1st in the "Ote'a Amateur" category.
During his constant training he approaches and binds himself more and more to the Hula dance, in it he finds peace and serenity and decides to deepen his knowledge as much as possible both from a technical and cultural point of view.
Participate in numerous seminars at Kumu (teachers-heads of schools invested with this honor in Hawai'i) and qualified teachers including:
Kumu Kawika Alfiche (Halau 'O Keikiali'i, San Francisco)
Kumu Noelle Delaquis (Aloha spirit, Meilen, Switzerland)
Kumu Keala Ching (County of Hawaii, Kailua)
Halau hula O Kahikilaulani, Hilo (Roxi Kamelamela)
Kuana Torres Kahele (Hawaiian composer and choreographer)
Dafne Pena (Mana'olana school, Mexico)
Kumu Leonani (Halau Hula 'O Hokulani)
Kumu Pattye Kealohalani Wright (Kailua, Oahu)
Martina Lokelani Hudecsek (Vienna)
Gail'Ilima Roberts (Halau hula 'O Manoa Italy-Rome)
Kumu Rich Pedrina (Halau O Napunaheleonapua)
Kumu Nalani Keale (Waikiki Community center, Oahu)
Kumu Ali'i Manu O Kai (Halau hula He Makana O Aloha)
Continue to study and share your passion for these dances by pursuing the Mana Tahiti Hula courses