Evelyn Stavrinidis

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I focus mainly on cultivating self-awareness and balance by investigating the movement and rhythms of breath and Qi.

I use a symbiosis of different traditional techniques (Kundalini, Tantra, Hatha Yoga, Taoism, Shiatsu and Chinese Medicine) because I believe it weaves all the elements together, helping us to understand and accept the simplicity and complexity of our relationship to our mind, body and spirit.

Teaching & Certification

  • 300 hour Tantric Hatha with Zuna Yoga
  • 200 hour Vinyasa with Power Living

Teaching Style

  • Adjustments/Assists: Very rarely though I do where necessary.

  • Theming: Depending on the class themes can range between Yin & Yang theory, shiatsu and meridian theory and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurvedic, Tantric and Indian philosophies.

  • Sequencing: Grounded with awareness and connectedness.

  • Music: Non-invasive instrumental. Generally No words.

On & Off the Mat With: Evelyn Stavrinidis

As a yoga teacher, what inspires and motivates your teaching?

Practice and being a student.

How has your own yoga practice evolved since becoming a teacher?

Everyday is different.

Do you have any yoga teachers that you admire and/or look up to? Who are they?

Nina Alfers and Cassie Lee.

For those of us that haven't practiced with you before, what can we expect from your classes?

Genuinity, connectedness and light-hearted practice.

I focus mainly on cultivating self-awareness and balance by investigating the movement and rhythms of breath and Qi.

What type of class could you teach all day, everyday and why?

Yoga Nidra because it’s magical.

Do you practice any other form of movement or fitness besides yoga? If so, what kind?

Taoist Qi Gong.

What's your go-to spot in Melbourne to get inspired?

Parklands and markets.

Finish this sentence. "I feel the most like myself when..."

My breath is grounded in my spirit.

And lastly because it's fun, what's your spirit animal?

I like to think it’s an eagle or a big cat. But I'm probably actually more of a dog or a bee.

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