“To become a Danza in Fascia® teacher it is not enough just to know how to dance … you need to understand the emotional, psychological and physical universe of the postpartum mother and to understand the newborn, taking into account evolutionary physiological and relational needs. To learn this you need a team of professionals specialized in the neonatal field who can provide adequate and scientifically proven knowledge”

Patrizia Baldrighi

Educational pedagogic consultant, head of the L’Emile pedagogical center.

“Danza in Fascia® is an important “ENVIRONMENT” because it hosts a “SACRED SYSTEM” – that of the mother with her child, tied together by a soft wrap that makes them “SIMBIOTIC BINOMIO”, united without beginning and end. The parties share a “MOMENT” but each one lives his “EXPERIENCE”, the parts abandon themselves while remaining tied, so that both reach a personal condition of well-being during this beautiful relational experience”


Isabella Blanchi

Pediatric physiotherapist at U.O.C Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (G.Gaslini Institute), specialized in N.I.D.C.A.P (Individualized Care to support the development of the newborn), teacher of the Italian Association of Infantile Massage (AIMI).

“For a Dance In Fascia® teacher it is essential to know the influence of “carrying” on psychomotor development, learning how, when and why to carry in relation to the evolutionary phases of the child in the first year of life, but also to understand developmental issues that benefit from using a baby wrap.”


Cristina Cicconetti

Nursing coordinator at U.O. Neonatal Assistance (G.Gaslini Institute), specialized in assisting the neuro-behavioral development of the newborn (Brazelton training) and in supporting breastfeeding.

“Dancing with your child in the wrap helps the mother and child to have close contact and the benefits are immense. The Danza in Fascia® teacher must undertand the origin of these benefits to carry out their work professionally. Guided by experienced professionals they will enter the world of the newborn to grasp its characteristics from fetal life and behavior after birth to be able to support and reassure the mother during dance.”


Ilaria Cinefra

Director of Babywearing Italia® Research Center..

Alessandra Pagni

Perinatal Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist. AIMI massage teacher (Italian Association of Infant Massage)..

“For a Danza In Fascia® teacher it is essential to understand the psychological aspects of the family during the post-partum period. This is to raise awareness of the fragility that can occur in this important period and to be able to reflect on one’s own empathy and ability to listen.”


Annalisa Parodi

Midwife at U.O.C Obstetrics and Gynecology (G. Gaslini Institute).

“Knowing the characteristics of immediate post-partum phase gives the Danza in Fascia® teacher a greater awareness of the physical and psychological changes of women and ensure precise and safe indications on the timing and method of dance exercises.”