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Liza Bertini, E-RYT


Co Founder,  General Manager, Teacher, Mentor


Liza Bertini, MS, E-RYT 500, YACEP®, is a Co-Founder of The Thread Yoga Collective. Teaching and coaching is Liza’s life-calling and for the past 19 years, she has been mentoring, training, and creating experiences to help people live more healthy, mindful, and meaningful lives. Liza’s teaching is passionate, deliberate, light-hearted, and rooted in the belief that yoga reveals a deeper understanding of who we are. 


Liza loves bringing people together in community and has found that the power of yoga is amplified when we share and support each other on the path. The Thread Yoga Collective is an evolution of Liza’s desire to assist and support yoga teachers in bringing forth their best selves while creating thriving careers doing what they love most. 


Liza’s commitment is to share the very best of what she’s living and learning from her own journey plus time tested wisdom, mindfulness practices, thought-provoking ideas, and an unwavering devotion to help you live your most expansive, expressive and meaningful life.


Liza lives in the Berkshires with her two greatest teachers, her 10-year-old twins, Luca and Delilah.

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Coaching Client

Liza’s super powers are her drive, resilience, creativity, and inspiring others to believe anything is possible

Good Vibes

Amanda G.

“I was feeling very stuck in my life and my career. Liza made me feel comfortable and validated my concerns while providing me with the tools I needed to learn more about myself and to make life changes. She helped me feel a sense of hope and excitement for the future. Thanks to Liza, I have since made major changes in my life and am happier than ever!

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Kristen, Yoga Teacher

Liza offers value to others in so many ways from her extensive deep knowledge of yoga principals, business skills, to motherhood. The life experiences she shares freely with others are inspiring and motivating

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