Eva has always been drawn to exploring different forms of self healing such as Qigong, Tai Chi and Reiki. However, yoga has always been one of the more important areas of exploration that she has maintained.
Since practising Yoga, Eva has resolved various alignment issues, such as inner knee and hip pain, or everyday minor injuries such as twisting the ankle has vanished. She credits the positive change to the practice of Iyengar Yoga.
After practising Iyengar Yoga for a decade, she became unsatisfied with simply joining asana classes and took up Iyengar Yoga teacher training in 2017 to challenge her yoga practice and further her yoga studies. In 2019, she started teaching yoga part-time.
Being a full time art teacher, teaching comes naturally to Eva as the act of teaching is not new to her. She finds there are parallels that can be drawn in teaching Art and Yoga, such as the importance of helping students to develop self observation and sensibilities. These two aspects in terms of yoga are skills to aid the body, breath and mind to become one, in turn to be in touch with our soul. It is with this goal in mind she teaches her yoga classes, at the same time exploring ways to design a class that is creative and would challenge your limits.