Eirini Tzavara

Back in 2014, my curiosity about Eastern philosophy and the existential crisis I was going through led me to my first yoga class in Greece in Syros where I studied. Since then I have been a dedicated yoga practitioner making Yoga a way of life. After spending many hours on my mat, evolving my practice daily, I decided to take a step forward and fulfil my dream of becoming a yoga instructor. In October 2018 I completed my 200-Hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training with Yoke Yoga in Melbourne, Australia and since then I have been teaching classes around Melbourne. 


For me, Yoga translates into making peace with ourselves, uniting the body, mind and breath and allowing the mind to sink into the heart. Then peace arises as we fully surrender to the stillness of the mind. 


As a Yoga instructor, I encourage people to experience the deeper levels of their existence by combining steady breath with strong movement and precise alignment, while always ensuring a safe practice for everyone. My intention is to raise self-awareness, helping people to unlock their full potential as human beings.


Also, I’m a multidisciplinary product designer and my studies were based on solving human problems through design thinking. My studies enhanced my empathy and urged me to always search for ways to improve people’s lives and make a positive impact on the world.


I am also a vegetarian and I do enjoy practising nudism on beautiful beaches. Besides that, I love reading, watching movies, camping and spending quality time with friends.