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A yoga, pilates and yogalates practitioner since 2002, Lucia has been teaching privates since 2015.
Turin's top supporters
Br. Alfrefo Centra
Director of De La Salle Collegio San Giuseppe in Turin, Br. Alfredo Centra believes in the direct interaction between education, culture and community. Scholar, art lover and traveler, Br. Centra fulfills his mission as an educator, school manager and a member of the De La Salle Brotherhood by making of Collegio San Giuseppe in Turin a center for unique art exhibits and providing his students with new educational possibilities to broaden their horizon and potential.
Federalberghi Torino - Turin Hotel Association
FedTo Turin chapter of the Italian Federation of Hotel owners, member of Confturismo - the Italian Association of Hotels and Tourism, U.R.A.P.A.- the regional union of the Piedmont associations of hotel owners, Confcommercio - the Italian federation of business owners and Ascom, the Turin business owner association.
Best Western Plus Hotel Genova
directed by Mr Fabio Borio.
Fabio graduated in architecture and is the 4th generation to direct his family business: Hotel Genova.
His life is pretty much devoted to the hotel where he grew up but in his little free time, he's a technology geek.
He loves photography and scuba diving.
|Cecilia is in the middle|
directed by Ms Cecilia Garetto and her family.
Cecilia graduated in engineering in Turin, in her free time, she enjoys movie nights with her family, hiking in the mountains and organizing picnics.
Eating out with her husband is a real treat and they take advantage of the best Turin's restaurants.
Had she more time, she would take on a couple hobbies: furniture and jewelry because they are very relaxing.
directed by Ms Chiara Ferrua and her husband.
Chiara has just had a baby who totally redefined her routine and life. A proud Turinese, she has experienced first hand the city's cultural "rebirth" in the past 10 years.
She loves traveling especially at the sea. Because of her great imagination she loves sci-fi, both in literature and cinema. A real epicurean at heart, always with an eye on fashion, she is a big fan of the top Italian cuisine, great Italian wines and Italian style in the world.
I am originally from Verona and I am of Chinese and Vietamese descent. As a child I never realised how beautiful my city was, but growing up I ended up falling in love with its romantic atmosphere and its medieval look: it attracts every year millions of tourists and I can see why. I have always been interested in art. I enjoy drawing and painting (especially landscapes and animals). Another big passion of mine is travelling. I love getting in touch with people and cultures from all around the world and discovering new things, that can enrich my perception of the world around me. This is also one of the reasons why I decided to study foreign languages. One of the aspects I love the most about discovering new cultures is the traditional cuisine. I love tasting foods from different countries and I enjoy every world cuisine, Asian and Western included!
I come from the Naples area, in Southern Italy and I moved to Turin last December to follow my dream to attend a Masters in Conference Interpreting.
Since an early age, I have always loved making foreigners understand each other. This is why I wanted to study foreign languages and become an interpreter. As I have always been a talkative person, it was not enough for me to only use one language!
Thanks to the Erasmus+ programme, I had the chance to study and work in Paris and Brussels. I am also fond of baking and trying new recipes, above all those of the Neapolitan tradition (of which my mother is an expert and a great teacher), and I have a great passion for dance: I have a diploma in ballet and modern dance, and now I’m studying lindy hop.
Last but not least, I love travelling, reading books, and doing charity works, like teaching Italian to migrants. During my lifetime I would like to learn as many languages as I can and to enrich my life as much as possible.
I was born in the beautiful island of Sicily, in the city of Palermo. As a good islander, I love the sea, the sun and good food, all things this land has to offer. I am particularly in love with my hometown, so rich in history, art, and beauty. Though I am currently living away, and hope to do so for awhile longer, to learn new things and grow as a person, my intention is to go back to Palermo and “live” there rather than “leave”, because anyone else is doing it, but I am convinced this place has a lot of potential to be discovered and used. I have always been passionate about foreign languages and music. I have a Masters degree in Technical Translation, but my real love has always been interpreting, and that is why I decided to move to Turin for a short period and get this Master. I also love singing and hope one day I can find a way to combine music and languages, and make a living out of it.