Eva has been dedicated to the practice of Yoga for over two decades and has taught more than 1,000 hours in the US and abroad. She is a certified yoga and meditation instructor with accreditation for 500 hours from The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health.
She loves sharing the gift of yoga and its profound healing effects for beginners and experienced practitioners alike and believes that the practice of yoga can help you make positive changes in your life, build physical strength, increase mental clarity, and foster personal growth.
She teaches yoga throughout the Washington, D.C. area.
She’s a longtime Washingtonian, grew up in Terranova da Sibari, Italy (background image) and has lived in the District since 1976. A former executive in the information technology industry, she is the mother of three boys and holds an MA degree from The American University in Washington, D.C.
Research now shows that integrative medicine, including yoga and meditation, can be beneficial to individuals with mental disorders. Yoga, which goes back more than 2,000 years ago is sometimes used to treat anxiety and depression by reducing stress. This article describes how this is done at the Walter Reed National Medical Center.Read More
Yoga teaches us how to look past fear and limitations, which those with mental and physical injuries sometimes encounter. This article describes how yoga can help transcend these limitations.Read More
The practice of Kripalu yoga is about raising self-awareness and practicing in the right environment. The Katzen Art Center at the American University is one such place. It enhances participants' well-being & stimulates positive change. This article describes a special place in Washington that lets Eva's students share in that experience.Read More