What is Anasa Flow Yoga?Anasa is a word of Greek origin. The meaning is 'breath'. Anasa is a daily pattern that occurs inexplicably. What if you concentrate on each aspect of the breathing process? You become present. You focus on the moment inside the breath.Focusing on the Flow of breath in a person’s body is known as being in the zone, the mental state in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energised focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity.Yoga comes from Sanskrit which means yoke or bind, often translated as ‘union’. The union of mind, body, breath, spirit and matter, all beings.Anasa Flow Yoga places an emphasis between breath, movement & strength, the synchronization of these elements within the body.About EvdokiaEvdokia is a Yoga practitioner and instructor currently based in Brighton, UK. Her journey into yoga started while she was studying Maths at the University of Crete, Greece, back in 2012. She fell in love with yoga immediately when she discovered her ability to reach higher levels of spiritual enlightenment through asana. She studied and worked alongside Ellie Stone in Heraklion, Crete, at the studio named Local Shala, where she developed her passion for vinyasa flow yoga.By becoming an active member of the yoga community in the area, planning and teaching donation based lessons and assisting her teacher in various adventures, she was able to develop her skills and knowledge.Her mind & body transformed and she was convinced that yoga helped her achieve this. Even though she had the love and support of a hardworking, kind and grounded teacher, she felt a new attraction towards a different city. When she was 24 she moved to Athens to start her professional training as a yoga instructor with her inspiring and amazing teacher, Vivi Letsou, at Nysy-studios. This is where she developed new techniques and learned the methodology behind asana and pranayama in depth. She graduated from her 200 hour yoga teacher training course and explored different numerous yoga schools, which widened her inspiration for teaching.She moved to Brighton in 2016 and since then has been teaching daily classes. In 2018 she started teaching at Studio iO daily. She created a beautiful community of people that attended her classes, based on trust and honesty. She met various yoga styles and people throughout this period. While exploring yogic literature, books, attending different seminars and workshops, she shifted and evolved her skills into teaching her own free-creative Vinyasa flow, Anasa Flow Yoga, while progressing in her own practice.Now she completed a total of 500h of training in Rishikesh, India, in Vinyasa flow yoga and Ashtanga yoga.With over 500h of training and seminars and a total of 7 years of experience in yoga, Evdokia combines different yoga styles and focuses on practicing them simultaneously. This enabled her to create her own unique way of teaching these styles and classes.This career asked her to be alive, constantly changing and adapting to the community needs. It taught her that there are no mistakes and that each of our lives are structured to give us the highest education possible.