Class of Her Own

Sia Eul

She loves to model, she loves to travel and she loves to teach maths, sports and yoga. Yes, there’s a lot to love about German beauty SIA EUL. Class is now in session…

Great shoot for your first ever MAXIM feature, Sia. How do you feel?
Thank you, I feel great! It’s an absolute honour for me to be published in MAXIM. This photo shoot took place in Palos Verdes, California U.S.A. and the location was just beautiful. We had a lot of fun and Arthur is a great photographer who made the day easy. We were also blessed with an amazing team supporting us.

Are there any funny anecdotes you can share from this day? 
Definitely. We were shooting the whole day, and into the evening, and wanted to produce beautiful sunset pictures but couldn’t continue because suddenly there were these big black flies flying around from everywhere. It was crazy – it looked like a horror movie!

Well you look great. When do you feel sexy?
When I wear tight clothes or simply when I’m naked because that way I’m able to see and appreciate all my curves by myself.

What is your best asset?
Physically, I’m really happy with my breasts, butt and belly. Mentally, my best asset is my intelligence and kindness.

Tell us a bit more about yourself and your life story so far.
I grew up in a conservative German family. I always used to do a lot of sports and was also in the school choir and orchestra. After I finished school, I moved to Berlin and did a bachelor’s in mathematics and in sports sciences at the Humboldt University. Afterwards, I didn’t want to work for any bank, consulting company or in insurance, neither did I want to go deeper into sports sciences. So, I did a master of education which now allows me to teach mathematics and sports.

What would people be most surprised to know about you?
I don’t like to get too much attention because I really enjoy my privacy and I don’t like too much noise. I like it quiet and peaceful and enjoy spending my time just with close friends or alone.

On your Instagram profile it says “teacher/traveller”. How much travelling do you do?
Well, I was teaching mathematics and sports – all kinds of sports in high school and college – for almost two years, but I wanted to see the world and decided to take a break. Recently, I was in India for two months and did training as a yoga teacher. At the moment I only do modelling and teaching yoga which gives me enough flexibility regarding my travel plans.

Being our Woman of the World this month, where’s the best place you’ve travelled?
I really love Australia. The beaches are so nice, beautiful and clean, the nature is truly breathtaking and it’s just calm and peaceful. I’ve been to Australia three times and have seen quite a lot – Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Byron Bay, Brisbane, Airlie beach, Whitsundays, Fraser Island, Townsville, Magnetic Island, Cairns, Darwin, Alice Springs and Ayers Rock.

Wow, you’ve possibly been to more places in Australia than most Australian have? What else do you know about our fine country?
Besides koalas and kangaroos, you also have snakes and big spiders! Also, the history and Aboriginal past is very interesting.

What have you learnt about men over the years?
A lot. The so-called “strong” gender has many weaknesses.

Describe your ideal man?
A man should be strong, kind-hearted and witty.

What’s one thing men should always remember about women?
Women are sensitive and we are all very different. There is no user manual which is valid for all women.

What’s next for you?
I’m going to Africa. A friend of mine has a charity in Namibia and I will support this organisation. It’s called Eyambeko and it gives poor children and orphans the chance of an education. We are currently working on a new project and any support which we can get is highly appreciated. Please have a look at our Instagram @eyambeko_namibia. Thank you!


December 10
Berlin, Germany
FIVE-WORD SELF-DESCRIPTION: “Smart, beautiful, kind, strong, compassionate.”
HOBBIES: “I like to read, travel and explore the world and go for new adventures. I also love surfing, diving, skiing and yoga.”
GO-TO DRINK: “Campari orange or Cosmopolitan.”
LIFE MOTTO: “Live your life. Be kind and open-hearted. Try to fulfil your dreams.”


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