Giulia began to dance at the age of 9 and completed her professional training in
Ballet, Contemporary and Jazz in italy.
After graduation she started as apprendice for the “Spellbound Dance Company”
directed from Mauro Astolfi, she then worked in the “Emiliano Pellisari Studio”
ensemble, dancing “Sleeping Beauty” at the Opera House in Cagliari, and
collaborated with other italian choreographers.
After three years in Italy she began to work abroad: she featured as Dance
Captain in Germany, then danced for the Grand Theatre du Luxembourg in two
productions of the choreographer Jean Guillaume Weis(TanzTheater Pina
Bausch), as well of the Royal Opera House in Muscat was part of “Carmen”
In 2014 she began to collaborate as Dance Captain and Co-Choreographer for Le
Théatre Kriens in Luzern, and is currently working as freelance dancer,
Choreographer and professional ballet teacher.
She is a Pilates certified teacher.
Muscle tightness from improper stretching and inadequate rest and recovery can lead to injuries and chronic soreness.
When you stretch on your own you’re actually creating tension instead of releasing it; you have to grab and pull, and that defeats the purpose.