Miryana learned to slackline in 2014 on a small brazilian island at 3am after a dock party from a guy named Cesar. After failing miserably the next morning while the local kids crushed the 10m line, she became addicted to the sport and obsessed with the idea that everyone should get on a slackline. She has been a member of the ISA since 2017, and is one of the founding members of the Education Commission, as well as president of the Canadian Slackline Association. With a background in physical education pedagogy, she is responsible for starting the first extra-curricular slackline program in an elementary public school in her home province of Ontario. Miryana believes that slacklining can save the world.