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     Eve is an artist, a teacher, a mother, a sister and a daughter. She is also a survivor of childhood sexual violence. As a teenager Eve discovered artistic expression as a powerful way to express her feelings and emotions. Years later she discovered the sacred practice of Trauma-Informed Yoga and embarked on a lifelong journey of reconnecting with her body. For the past eight years, Eve has passionately shared her gifts of Therapeutic Art Facilitation and has made it her mission to gently introduce movement and mindfulness within her practice with students. She has also made it her purpose to offer her work within Trauma-Informed frameworks and is committed to always learning how to create more safe and inclusive spaces.

  Eve attended the Academy of Art University in San Francisco and is passionate about Fine Art. Much of her work has been focused on creating opportunities for young children and teens to use art as an outlet and a way to encourage self-awareness. Early in her career, Eve volunteered at many agencies including domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters and local resource centers in her community. Here is where she had the opportunity to work closely with families and children of all ages, using art as a way to bridge gaps between family members and create a safe enough environment for them to tap into their own capabilities for healing. Eve has also worked closely as a facilitator and a consultant with Art and Creativity for Healing in Laguna Hills, Ca. and earned Teacher of Year in 2014. In the past eight years she has facilitated over 500 therapeutic art workshops with adults and children.

Eve received her 200 YTT certificate in 2016 and her 300 YTT in 2020 at Be The Change Yoga in Irvine, CA. She received special training in Trauma-Informed Practices with Transcending Sexual Trauma Through Yoga in 2014 and has worked closely with the organization as an art consultant. For the past few years, Eve has been intentional about inviting movement and breath awareness into her teaching, fusing trauma informed movement and artistic expression in one space. Through this practice her students have been able to gain self awareness, build resilience and develop self confidence.

‚ÄčEve is also an advocate of survivors of domestic violence and child abuse and received her 40hr advocacy training certificate in 2012. She has volunteered as a speaker for various organizations including The Child Abuse Prevention Center, Laura’s House and Human Options in Southern California. Eve is extremely passionate about ending the cycle of violence and advocating for the rights of survivors.

  • Art & Creativity for Healing, Inc.

  • Illumination Foundation- Children's Resource Center

  • Project Hope Alliance- Homeless Families

  • Human Options Battered Women's Shelter, Orange County, Ca

  • University of California, Irvine- C.A.R.E. Program

  • Phoenix House Orange County Wraparound- Drug Rehabilitation

  • Fountain Valley YOW- At-risk Youth

  • CCFSP Fountain Valley- At-risk Youth

  • American Family Housing, Orange County, Ca- Homeless Families

  • Kinship Center- Foster children

  • Laura's House Domestic Violence Shelter, Orange County, Ca

  • Minnie Street Family Resource Center, Orange County, Ca

  • New Alternatives Wraparound Program- Orange County, Ca

  • Kara Love Foundation, Los Angeles, Ca

 

 

  • Transcending Sexual Trauma Through Yoga

  • Higher Ground Youth and Family Services, Anaheim, Ca

  • Project C.H.O.I.C.E. - Human Trafficking Survivors

  • Occidental College

  • Mission Viejo A.C.C.E.S.S.- At-risk youth

  • Skyview School/Project Hope- Foster youth 

  • ARTBar, Santa Ana, Ca

  • OC Rescue Mission- Homeless Families

  • Center for Autism- Autistic Children

  • UCLA - C.A.R.E. Program

  • CSP/OCHTTF- Survivors of Human Trafficking

  • Boys and Girls Club of Capistrano Valley

  • Uplift Teen Yoga Foundation, Orange County, Ca