By teaching many water disciplines, I understood how inner growth was facilitated by the use of those communicative channels I had explored over the years.
The training experience in Mexico, in a culture that uses different modes of care and maternity, has led me to reflect on how the concept of education and instruction should be expanded and made three-dimensional, giving greater value to the perceptive component.
From this point of view, water is the element that provides the most sensory tools; tools that are widely used in water training sessions.
It allows you to build an ever-playable experience and, at the same time, fosters the free expression of so many different aspects of the emotionality that can be explored in a controlled environment.
With its peculiar property to return a boost to the stresses it receives, it is water itself to be the trainer: like a mirror shows broken connections which are then easier to re-establish.