Flavia started dancing at a very young age in Rome, her hometown. Her biggest inspiration is Michael Jackson and he is one of the main reasons why she started dancing professionally.
She trained in an array of dance styles including: contemporary, jazz, ballet, theatre jazz, and tap, until
she fell in love with street dance. She has trained in all street dance styles, with a particular focus on old school styles such as popping, locking, and breaking.
Flavia moved to Los Angeles to train in Debbie Reynold’s studios and then to New York City where she graduated from Broadway Dance Center.
While in NYC she shot several music videos with American artists, such as the dancehall artist Konshens, Travis Payne and Stacy Walker (Michael Jackson's choreographers), with whom she shot a tribute video for Madonna's birthday in Central Park.
In Italy she worked for a Michael Jackson tribute dance company called 'Dancing the Dream', as a dancer and assistant choreographer. She also choreographed the
Italian version of the musical “A Christmas Carol”.
With 'Delirium 3mens' hip hop dance crew she appeared on Rai1 (one of the main Italian TV channels). She was one of the protagonists of a TV show on channel Rai2 called “Guardami”. She has also performed in several festivals and
concerts in Italy.
In 2015 Flavia moved to London where she started performing as a backing dancer with the Michael Jackson impersonator Danny Oliver. While also training and
performing with the hip hop dance crew Rebirth, the contemporary dance company MCDC, and several festivals including: Resolution Festival, Breakin’ Convention and a few independent projects. She has danced in KRS-One
concert in Birmingham as a backing dancer.
She teaches street styles, with a particular focus in old school hip hop and funk styles, mixed with MJ style.
In 2018 she founded OnegLove, a MJ inspired dance company aiming to keep
Michael Jackson's legacy alive through his dance. The company has taught workshops in Brazil, Italy, UK and online worldwide.
Flavia has also judged competitions across the UK.