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Evita Zervopoulou




From architecture & design,
full of fitness passion,
reborn through becoming vinyasa yoga instructor

I grew up with the certainty that my path is fully artistic.

I studied architecture and have been working in the field of concept design for years.

In the meantime, I have been an ardent gym freak working out consistently on a daily basis, mostly focusing on vigorous types of exercise. Joining the gym has always been an addiction, the “My time” hour during the day.

Even though I had always considered yoga as a prolonged & boring mode of workout, one day I decided to give it a try. And that was it! I immediately fell in love. I decided to deepen my practice & knowledge by attending a Vinyasa Flow 200hr TTC at House of Yoga in my hometown, Athens.

Although till then I never had in mind to teach, a strong urge to do it arose, suddenly filling an unknown inner void. What started just as a course to deepen my own practice, transformed me radically in person and blossomed into an opportunity to share my passion for movement.

Since then I happily teach everyday waking up to feel inspired more & more by my beloved students. With a heart to spread wisdom & knowledge, I hope to help them find the same contentment my mat brought to me, taking them along with me in this beautiful endless journey.
In 2017 I attended the 25hr Principle-Based Partner Yoga Level I training with Elisabeth Williamson & in 2019 I followed up with the advanced 300hr Vinyasa Flow TTC at “House of Yoga” so that in 2020 I became a 500 RYT Yoga Alliance vinyasa instructor.

In 2022, having in mind to offer my students an overall experience of wellness away of their daily routine, 

I proceeded with organizing & leading my yoga retreats all over Greece

while in March 2023 I completed the 30hr Yin Yoga TTC at Lotos Yoga Berlin.

After 6 years of more than 5000 hrs teaching experience in Athens & packed with my endless love & passion to spread the knowledge, since October 2022 I have settled in Berlin where I hope to expand my student community.



Pause your mind


Movement is medicine

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