TEACHER LIANA CONGRAM
Robert Boustany introduced me to yoga in 1997. For the first several years I had a love/dislike relationship with yoga. I noticed early on that yoga was more than just twisting and turning my body. It became something personal and deeper than I ever thought possible not only for my physical being but for my emotional health.
During my practices I would have an emotional release from stuck energy, that felt like at the time
great suffering. Nothing like running from a yoga class holding in your tears. As I continued to practice, a lightness of the soul and body began to evolve. Eventually, I would get through classes without much incident and could focus on teaching others to open up in their practice and learning how deep I can take my own. I still occasionally have emotional releases but they are fewer and less intense. I love being able to explore the freedom of yoga and also the limitations for myself and my students.