Eva Estlander Yoga in Sayulita, a certified yoga teacher (RYT 200) based in Sayulita, Mexico. Her path with yoga started through Ashtanga, but slowly, she started feeling more drawn to different styles including Vinyasa Flow and Yin, which are now the closest to her heart.
As a yoga teacher in Sayulita, Eva combines the power of Vinyasa flow with the restorative energy in Yin. In a typical Sayulita yoga class, you will feel the warmth of the flowing movement, and the strength in holding poses with integrity. People say her gentle way of guiding your body in to proper alignment will always make her meet each of students individual needs.
Eva recently completed a training in NSR (Neuro Somatic Reprogramming), which is something she loves to incorporate into her Yin classes. She has also studied Reiki healing, which is something she likes to incorporate into her Sayulita classes during Savasana.
Eva offers private classes for any level of yoga ...
Contact her to reserve specialized sessions, for your vacation with friends or family.
She can accommodate your class either in your own space, beach, ocean or at the studio.
Whether it's an individual lesson, a group retreat, and even if its for only one day, you will love yoga with Eva
Yoga styles offered in Sayulita:
Yin Yoga and Restorative Yoga: Yin Yoga is a slow-paced, meditative practice with mostely floor based or seated poses that are held for a longer period of time (2-10 minutes). This practice is perfect for anyone looking for a more meditative and relaxing class.
Vinyasa Yoga: Flow Yoga or Vinyasa Yoga is the most popular styles. This practice increases flexibility, andurance, and strength by linking each asana into a flowing sequence. Vinyasa Yoga is a faster paced and diverse style since the sequence always changes.
Yin & Yang Yoga: This class is a combination ot the two styles described above. Usually, first half of class will be slow-paced and the second half little faster with sun salutations.
SUP Yoga: Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga combines two of my favorite things: the ocean and yoga, you can expect some wet dogs instead of down dogs. This is fun and playful way to take your yoga practice to the biggest teacher of them all: Mother ocean.