We introduce ourselves

Giuseppe Miccoli

Giuseppe Miccoli lives and works in Maccarese, a small town between sea and countryside a few kilometers from Rome, but he is originally from Vallo di Diano, in Campania, where the rich and uncontaminated nature has helped him to grow.
He has been teaching yoga and meditation for over thirty years.
He is a shiatsu physiotherapist.
He is the founder of the nursery school "The little prince Yogarmonia" whose pedagogy is based on the "yoga in the cradle" project and the combination of body mediation techniques and immersion in nature.
He is a traveler. He has practiced hiking, trekking and caving since he was a child and is an environmental guide of the WWF.
He is the creator of the "Yogarmonia walking and trekking" wellness project and accompanies groups in Italy and abroad, offering experiences that combine the environment, spiritual research, well-being and knowledge of new cultures.
It spreads yoga and trekking as a tool for self-knowledge, helping people to reach a state of well-being and psychophysical balance.
It is pope of Margherita and Caterina India who started yogatrekking.

Vincenzo Landolina

Vincenzo Landolina, born in Rome, lives and works in Anagni (FR). Graduated in Modern Literature (Univ." Sapienza "), he works for a private company. He discovered the mountains at the age of nine. I Monti delle Mainarde, in the Abruzzo National Park, were the sites of this election. Since then, alone or in the company of friends, the excursion, the walk in the mountains, has become part of his lifestyle. Sharing, effort, discipline are the elements of this education.

He particularly takes care of the outings and excursions south of Rome: in the Castelli Romani Regional Park, in the Simbruini Mountains Regional Park, Monti Ernici, Monti Lepini, PNALM (Abruzzo Lazio Molise National Park), Circeo National Park, Monti Regional Park Ausoni-Aurunci.

He loves travel for learning, he loves literature, history, curiosity in the study, sport (fitness, jogging, MB, diving).

“An enchantment pushed him forward, an enchantment kept him unharmed. Clearly, from that wild immensity he asked nothing but space in which to breathe and in which to make one's way".
J. Conrad