VIOLETA MISIC LOSACCO created a global brand of bespoke holistic programs and treatments for Luxury Wellness Resorts and Spa Destinations worldwide. Her love for travel, hospitality and healing and more than two decades of industry experience make her a true expert and leader.
Violeta has a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture, she is a Yoga and Pilates teacher and has worked as an Acupuncturist and Wellness consultant at the World-Best-Spa Destination Kamalaya Koh Samui in Thailand where she became an apprentice of the renowned Chinese Doctor and Qi Gong Master, Dr Song Qinggeng,
Violeta is a member of Croatian Medical Association, the Croatian Acupuncture Society, and she uses her experience to bring innovation to wellness, spa and medical tourism in Croatia and Europe and she launched her first Wellness and Health program "Inner Balance" at the Kempinski Adriatic Hotel in 2015. Her most recent work as an elite private Wellness Coach led her to work with the Lady and Lord Bamford in England and Barbados.
Violeta studied Drama and Dance at Westminster Kingsway College in London, Mime & Physical Theater at Desmond Jones School and Corporeal Dramatique Mime with the latest assistants of Etienne Decroux.
She developed her own style of Creative and Physical Therapy for Wellness Resorts under the mentorship of a Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist and Art Therapist Dr. Siegrid Sommer from Vienna.
SALVATORE LOSACCO is a biologist specialized in clinical nutrition, human anatomy, pathology and physiology, he also has a Master Of Science in Marine biology and Oceanography.
Ever lasting love for science and an eclectic set of interests allowed Salvatore to work all over the world.
When asked what's his special gift he answers: 'It's my ability to explain complex things in simple ways so that everybody can understand how beautiful and interesting science can be'.
In specific regards to nutritional science, his goal still remains to help people shed some light into this complex and sometimes confusing if not scary world of so many notions, often contradictory.
"The key is to start with simple things, undertaking one goal at a time and taste the beauty of good health through food; and it's never too late, and just about everyone can benefit from it".