Paola

Paola's challenge is performing on a stage dancing and singing

- join her!
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Meet Paola
Age: 50
Country:  Italy
Haemophilia A
Challenge: Singing / acting performance

 

 

Meet Luca
Age: 59
Country: Italy
Role in journey: Actor

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Hi, my name is Paola and I live in a small town near Rome. When I was 2 years old I was diagnosed with haemophilia, which prevented me from leading a normal childhood due to the many bleeds.

Despite living with this disease wasn’t easy, thanks to my passion for music and writing, I have become stronger, braver, and I have never stopped fighting to reach my goals.

Today I’m a mother of two, and I have a new great challenge ahead of me: performing on a stage dancing and singing.

My motto? Growing old is a privilege.

Blog 1:

My first coaching meeting with the great Luca Ward has been a whirlwind of contrasting emotions.
I realized that I wasn’t dreaming. I was living.
I was just on the eve of my 50th year, and the evaluation I thought I had already made of my life was getting richer and more colorful, without notice.
That Paola was ageless now.
As if I had been granted some precious time.
Luca immediately made me feel comfortable.
We read the script of “Mamma Mia!”, between jokes in our roman dialect to downplay my excitement and a lot of serious and meticulous dedication.
The role of Donna was perfect for me and I started loving it since the very beginning.
My role as a Liberator had just begun!
My grit was guiding me, not my fragile, destabilizing ankles. Not anymore.
“Full speed ahead, Paola!”  I told myself.

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Dislcaimer: Before starting your own physical challenge, it is important to discuss it with your treatment team first.

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It is possible to live a life beyond haemophilia. 

        Click here to read more about how it is to live with haemophilia at different stages in life.

 

 

 

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Paola's challenge is performing on a stage dancing and singing

- join her!
image

 

 

Meet Paola
Age: 50
Country:  Italy
Haemophilia A
Challenge: Singing / acting performance

 

 

Meet Luca
Age: 59
Country: Italy
Role in journey: Actor

image

Hi, my name is Paola and I live in a small town near Rome. When I was 2 years old I was diagnosed with haemophilia, which prevented me from leading a normal childhood due to the many bleeds.

Despite living with this disease wasn’t easy, thanks to my passion for music and writing, I have become stronger, braver, and I have never stopped fighting to reach my goals.

Today I’m a mother of two, and I have a new great challenge ahead of me: performing on a stage dancing and singing.

My motto? Growing old is a privilege.

Blog 1:

My first coaching meeting with the great Luca Ward has been a whirlwind of contrasting emotions.
I realized that I wasn’t dreaming. I was living.
I was just on the eve of my 50th year, and the evaluation I thought I had already made of my life was getting richer and more colorful, without notice.
That Paola was ageless now.
As if I had been granted some precious time.
Luca immediately made me feel comfortable.
We read the script of “Mamma Mia!”, between jokes in our roman dialect to downplay my excitement and a lot of serious and meticulous dedication.
The role of Donna was perfect for me and I started loving it since the very beginning.
My role as a Liberator had just begun!
My grit was guiding me, not my fragile, destabilizing ankles. Not anymore.
“Full speed ahead, Paola!”  I told myself.

image

Dislcaimer: Before starting your own physical challenge, it is important to discuss it with your treatment team first.

Responsive banner

 

It is possible to live a life beyond haemophilia. 

        Click here to read more about how it is to live with haemophilia at different stages in life.

 

 

 

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