Who's On The Mat
From The Heart
In the martial arts they give black belts to their advanced practitioners, in yoga they give the Manduka black mats.
Santa Monica, California
Why Manduka?: Being on my MANDUKA mat allows me to truly connect with my yoga practice, as I have no physical distractions/limitations on it. I have confidence that the mat will support me in anything I try.
What does your Manduka help you #practice?:
Yoga Style: Ashtanga, Flow, Power
Practice with me here: George Town Yoga
Liana truly lives her yoga both on and off the mat. Joyfully dedicated to her practice and her students, Liana empowers all who come to yoga to live it as fully and as happily as she does, whatever their level of fitness or experience. Known for her bright smile and infectious warmth, Liana infuses her classes with the same spirit of nurturing care. With a background in gymnastics and college cheerleading, Liana soon discovered her passion for yoga after graduating from the George Washington University in 2002. After four enjoyable years working in Development at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, she has now made yoga her full time career. As well as teaching her beloved classes, Liana guides the kula of Georgetown Yoga on a daily basis through her role as studio manager, and is an active part of the yoga community via her role as an ambassador for Manduka and Lululemon Athletica. She recently completed the Yoga Works teacher training at Georgetown Yoga and is a 200-hour registered yoga teacher (RYT) through Yoga Alliance. Liana has drawn inspiration from all her teachers, including David Swenson, Kino MacGregor, and Dave Oliver.