EARTHY EVA

ART.    YOGA.    ECOLOGY.

Practices for Radiance & Sustainability

Videography by Mike Stacey

https://www.mikestacey.com/

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In uncertain times, creative practice is of utmost importance

Eva is excited to offer private yoga instruction, as well as weekly online yoga classes on Zoom via Mandala Yoga.  Sign up for group classes here.

She is currently available for modeling work in the greater Portland area and the surrounding natural wonders, with social distance precautions maintained.  You can find more information here.

She looks forward to digging into more permaculture and plant-related projects soon.

ABOUT EVA

From her first year in the lush Peruvian Amazon to her upbringing in the rainforests of the Pacific Northwest, Eva's life was infused with earthy magic from the very beginning.  She experienced yoga, dance, creativity, and earth-centered living from a young age, and she passionately studied various wisdom traditions and movement arts as she grew up.

Over the years she knew she would always pursue a path less traveled, opting out of college to become an organic farmer in Hawaii.  It was there that she discovered the world of fine art modeling, specifically the environmental nude.  This particular genre allowed her to explore embodiment in nature and truly

become an artist as well as the art itself. 

 

She delighted in the beautiful locales and foreign cultures she experienced as a result of her work as a model, yet longed for the steadiness that comes with staying in one place and working with the earth.  She rejoiced at the opportunities to study under some of her favorite teachers around the world, yet craved the stability of a yoga home to return to.  Finding her way back to Portland, OR was a powerfully serendipidous experience which lead to her teaching at Mandala Yoga. 

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WEEKLY ONLINE YOGA CLASSES AT

WWW.MANDALAYOGAPDX.COM

Wednesdays

8am Pacific

11am Eastern

5pm Central Europe

Fridays

5pm Pacific

12noon (+1day) New Zealand

10am (+1day) AEST, Australia

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