The name Menscorpore comes from a line of verse written by the Latin poet Juvenal. “Mens sana in corpore sano” means, literally, a healthy mind in a healthy body. By understanding the indelible interdependence between the physical self and the psycho-emotional one, we interpret human health as a dynamic equilibrium. Since its creation in 2014, Menscorpore has offered a variety of different programs targeting physical-emotional and social-relational well-being. The organization is headquartered in Treviglio, east of Milan, our family’s home.
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MensCorpore Experiences are designed for optimal team-building and individual development, bringing together physical activity, sensory learning, and social interaction. Our packages are ideal for companies and organizations, as well as private groups.

Yoga and nature

Yoga and nature

Summit Yoga + Living Nature (3 hours)

Taste and movement

Taste and movement

Summit Yoga + Vineyard Biking + Artisans of Taste (Half day)

Sensory and convivium

Sensory and convivium

Sensory Soul + Convivium (Half day)

Full experience

Full experience

Summit Yoga + Vineyard Biking + Artisans of Taste + Sensory Soul (Full day)

The home kitchen and the restaurant kitchen are spaces of knowledge creation, both for amateur and professional cooks. They are where we mix and exchange expressions of our primary needs: food takes on the form of love.

Carol Povigna

Pollenzo Food Lab Coordinator

If you think about it, everything is landmade

Marco Colucci

Landmade

Battaglino - the restaurant - has always been a part of my life. I grew up there, hating and rejecting it, and then somehow chose it for my career. My passion for natural cooking, I think, emerged as a kind of rebellion against everything Piemontese, but now it has come to coexist with and represent the other part of my daily reality.

Alessia Battaglino

Ristorante Battaglino

As a child, I spent summers at Berchialla, passing my time riding the tractor with Piero. When I returned to Torino I’d spend the winter saying “brrr…” over and over until my grandmother decided that the only way to free herself from that sound was to send me off to live in Barbaresco. And that's how I became a farmer.

Olek Bondonio

Azienda agricola Olek Bondonio

As a kid, I always hid under the kitchen counters in the castle. I stayed there, rigid and silent, sensing the aromas, the sounds, the chatter...until the time when then countertops became my own playing field. And now I am still there, every day.

Alessandra Buglioni di Monale

Castello di Verduno

When I ask myself how I would describe my own photography, I think the best summary is: human faces and soulful spaces.

Eunice Brovida

Photographer

Ever since I was young I desperately wanted to discover what was inside those wooden houses where the bees lived, how they were made, how many bees were inside… So much so that once, as a kid, I opened one up, completely without thinking about what I would find. I of course ended up with more that a few stings on my face. The bees and the way they organized themselves fascinated me. And so it was that I found myself with three beehives and a nice little hobby for Saturday afternoons.

Marco Pezzuto

Meamè

...and then I encountered bread, and it was the end—or rather, the beginning of a new life, one in which I create something with my bare hands and I am valued for it!

Davide Grimaldi

Panegiro

We put our faith in the five centimeters of soil that, every thousand years, forms at the base of the trees. Few professions resonate with life like ours does.

Enrico Cauda

Cascina Fornace

For me the vine is not critical - it’s the territory that speaks. Our wines are perfumed, juicy, and minerally. Each of these three qualities is a direct consequence of the soil from which the vines draw their origins.

Luca Faccenda

Valfaccenda

Lastest reflections

  • I never had any illusions that starting my own business would be a simple thing. For years, I watched with admiration as friends and acquaintances took on various projects and activities, always seeing how much courage and willpower it took.

  • Spring is that time when the days get longer, the sun warms the soil, flowers blossom, and the bees return to their buzzing. We start running around in shorts, and we go back to having aperitivo outside—the “beautiful season” has

  • I have been practicing yoga for eight years and, for about a year, have also been teaching. Listening to my body and attending to my own self are are by now mostly intuitive, a part of my daily life—indeed they

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