Carlos L’Abbate worked for many years as a school teacher and dedicated the better part of his youth working with homeless children and elder people. These profound experiences brought him to many questions about the way people relate to life and death. In 1989, he left Buenos Aires, his native home, and began to search for new understandings and responses to these questions. He traveled extensively and during this period, Carlos studied several techniques (in formal and informal contexts) connected to the body and mind, as well as the basic fundaments to art and philosophy; psychology and health. This combined knowledge and experience makes Carlos’s work a really special and unique practice.