Diverse Specialties. One shared vision.

Our programs involve a community of passionate, knowledgable, and fun-to-work-with team of yoga educators and staff who collectively unite together to provide comprehensive and memorable experiences for yoga teachers. With over 50 years of combined teaching experience, and leading more than 30 yoga teacher trainings combined, we know our expert Faculty Members will positively impact your expanding education and overall experience.

LINDSAY LUSIGNEA    E-RYT 500, YACEP,   M.S Psychology, Owner and Lead Faculty Teacher.   As a yoga educator, Lindsay's passion is offering programs and trainings that educate, inspire, and transform each student from their core. This vision led her to create red lila School of Yoga. With her Masters of Science in Clinical and Counseling Psychology and background as a collegiate Division I lacrosse athlete, Lindsay effortlessly combines the wisdom of the mind and body for a full yoga experience. Teaching yoga since 2007, she has extensive training in specialized areas like vinyasa yoga, yin yoga, anatomy of yoga, philosophy of yoga, reiki, and Thai Yoga Therapy, and has a proven successful history of teaching teachers with leading over 20 Yoga Teacher Trainings to more than 400 graduates. Learn more about her at www.yogawithlindsay.com

LINDSAY LUSIGNEA

E-RYT 500, YACEP, M.S Psychology, Owner and Lead Faculty Teacher.

As a yoga educator, Lindsay's passion is offering programs and trainings that educate, inspire, and transform each student from their core. This vision led her to create red lila School of Yoga. With her Masters of Science in Clinical and Counseling Psychology and background as a collegiate Division I lacrosse athlete, Lindsay effortlessly combines the wisdom of the mind and body for a full yoga experience. Teaching yoga since 2007, she has extensive training in specialized areas like vinyasa yoga, yin yoga, anatomy of yoga, philosophy of yoga, reiki, and Thai Yoga Therapy, and has a proven successful history of teaching teachers with leading over 20 Yoga Teacher Trainings to more than 400 graduates. Learn more about her at www.yogawithlindsay.com

KATE MANCHESTER    E-RYT 200, RYT 500,   Integrative Health Coach, Lead Faculty Teacher.   Kate lives by the mantra “Don’t just live…thrive.” She is passionate about living a healthy life and balances her daily regime with exercise and self-discovery. After a fractured hip during triathalon training, Kate sought her yoga practice for physical and mental recovery. Teaching since 2012, Kate has been co-teaching red lila's 200 hour YTT program since the first training, and has successfully since led over five teacher trainings. She is a self-admitted Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods addict, and is a student of the healing and energizing powers of food. Kate is also the Assistant Director of Development at the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation. 

KATE MANCHESTER

E-RYT 200, RYT 500, Integrative Health Coach, Lead Faculty Teacher.

Kate lives by the mantra “Don’t just live…thrive.” She is passionate about living a healthy life and balances her daily regime with exercise and self-discovery. After a fractured hip during triathalon training, Kate sought her yoga practice for physical and mental recovery. Teaching since 2012, Kate has been co-teaching red lila's 200 hour YTT program since the first training, and has successfully since led over five teacher trainings. She is a self-admitted Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods addict, and is a student of the healing and energizing powers of food. Kate is also the Assistant Director of Development at the Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation. 

ADRIANA SALDÃNA    E-RYT 200, RYT 500, Certified Integrative Yoga Therapist, Student Physical Therapist, Anatomy Faculty Teacher   Adriana is a 3rd year DPT student at MGH Institute for Health Professions, with a particular interest in neurological rehabilitation. Practicing yoga since 2004, she has pursued advanced training in vinyasa, aerial, and therapeutic yoga. As an IAYT-certified yoga therapist, Adriana utilizes yoga and mindfulness techniques with her physical therapy patients to maximize their participation and provide a sense of control along the unpredictable road to recovery. Additional trainings include LoveYourBrain Yoga, Prison Yoga Project, and Aerial Yoga. Her teaching approach is accessible, approachable, and adaptable.

ADRIANA SALDÃNA

E-RYT 200, RYT 500, Certified Integrative Yoga Therapist, Student Physical Therapist, Anatomy Faculty Teacher

Adriana is a 3rd year DPT student at MGH Institute for Health Professions, with a particular interest in neurological rehabilitation. Practicing yoga since 2004, she has pursued advanced training in vinyasa, aerial, and therapeutic yoga. As an IAYT-certified yoga therapist, Adriana utilizes yoga and mindfulness techniques with her physical therapy patients to maximize their participation and provide a sense of control along the unpredictable road to recovery. Additional trainings include LoveYourBrain Yoga, Prison Yoga Project, and Aerial Yoga. Her teaching approach is accessible, approachable, and adaptable.

MARLEY KELLER    E-RYT 500, Energetics and Philosophy  Faculty Teacher   Marley’s extensive background in ballet, modern dance and psychology helped set the foundation for her career as a yoga instructor. Marley has studied Eastern and Western psychology, labanotation, movement analysis, Skinner Releasing Technique, and Bartenieff Fundamentals.  Although mainly influenced by  Para Yoga  with Rod Stryker, and Anusara yoga, Marley brings elements of various styles of yoga into her yoga sessions.   She specializes in one-on-one yoga therapy for people with chronic and acute medical conditions, pranayama, subtle anatomy, and the energetics of yoga.

MARLEY KELLER

E-RYT 500, Energetics and Philosophy  Faculty Teacher

Marley’s extensive background in ballet, modern dance and psychology helped set the foundation for her career as a yoga instructor. Marley has studied Eastern and Western psychology, labanotation, movement analysis, Skinner Releasing Technique, and Bartenieff Fundamentals.  Although mainly influenced by Para Yoga with Rod Stryker, and Anusara yoga, Marley brings elements of various styles of yoga into her yoga sessions.   She specializes in one-on-one yoga therapy for people with chronic and acute medical conditions, pranayama, subtle anatomy, and the energetics of yoga.

NILA MECHALI BERGER    E-RYT 200, Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher,   Sequencing Guest Faculty   Nila believes in creating a space where her students can make their practice their own and be their true authentic selves. Along with teaching yoga at various Baltimore area studios, she leads team building activites to the varsity athletic teams at Johns Hopkins University, including stress management classes.  She lectures on building resiliency through mindfulness at JHU and sits on the task force for overall student wellness at the University.  She is in the process of building a post-trauma yoga program along with the University’s Counseling Center to be launched in the 2017/2018 school year. 

NILA MECHALI BERGER

E-RYT 200, Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher, Sequencing Guest Faculty

Nila believes in creating a space where her students can make their practice their own and be their true authentic selves. Along with teaching yoga at various Baltimore area studios, she leads team building activites to the varsity athletic teams at Johns Hopkins University, including stress management classes.  She lectures on building resiliency through mindfulness at JHU and sits on the task force for overall student wellness at the University.  She is in the process of building a post-trauma yoga program along with the University’s Counseling Center to be launched in the 2017/2018 school year. 

CHRIS JAMISON    E-RYT 500, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Anatomy Faculty Teacher   Chris Jamison has studied human movement for more than three decades.  First as a modern dancer, primarily the Martha Graham technique, then from clinical and scientific viewpoints. He has been a Physical Therapist for 30 years and has a Masters Degree in Biomechanics and Motor Control. This experience give him a keen eye for alignment and a skilled touch in assisting the student to deepen their practice. Chris has taught anatomy in numerous Yoga Teacher Trainings and travels frequently to study with teachers such as Christina Sell, Desiree Rumbagh, Noah Maze and John Shumacher.

CHRIS JAMISON

E-RYT 500, Doctor of Physical Therapy, Anatomy Faculty Teacher

Chris Jamison has studied human movement for more than three decades.  First as a modern dancer, primarily the Martha Graham technique, then from clinical and scientific viewpoints. He has been a Physical Therapist for 30 years and has a Masters Degree in Biomechanics and Motor Control. This experience give him a keen eye for alignment and a skilled touch in assisting the student to deepen their practice. Chris has taught anatomy in numerous Yoga Teacher Trainings and travels frequently to study with teachers such as Christina Sell, Desiree Rumbagh, Noah Maze and John Shumacher.