Initially, she was drawn to yoga for the relief it provided from back pain stemming from an childhood horseback riding injury, and the insight it gave her about why that pain kept resurfacing. Eventually, yoga became a valuable resource for Eve on many levels, and her practice deepened.
In 2001, Eve began teaching classes for actors at theatre companies and studios in New York City. Since then, she completed a two-year teacher-training program at the Iyengar Institute, earned a national certification from IYNAUS (Iyengar Yoga National Association of the United States) at the Junior Intermediate One level, and founded of The Nerve of Expression, a community project offering yoga to artists with multiple sclerosis. She now teaches at The Iyengar Institute, Yogasana Center, Yoga Union Center for Backcare and Scoliosis, Studio Spine, and privately. Eve specializes in therapeutic applications of yoga, including back issues, scoliosis, and auto-immune diseases.
In June of 2006, Eve traveled to Pune, India to study with BKS Iyengar, his daughter Geeta, his son Prashant, and found the heart of the practice alive and thriving. Since then, she has returned every other year to develop her practice and assist in the medical classes there. Eve also continues her studies at the Iyengar Institute of New York with James Murphy, whom she also assists, along with Brooke Myers, in the Specific Needs class. She studied for many years with Mary Dunn, Kevin Gardiner, and Lara Warren.
Eve has worked as an actor and producer on the Broadway stage, in the film and television industry, and in regional theatres throughout America. She studied acting at Northwestern University, The British American Drama Academy, and The Old Globe Theatre.
Eve strives to communicate the possibility of being effortful without aggression, of embodying the depth our ourselves without strain. She views the practice of Yoga as an opportunity to explore the nature of life and what it is to be a human being; to see ourselves truthfully, discover what is important to us, and weave that insight into the way we live our lives.