Marsha T Danzig, M.Ed, C-IAYT, RYT 500 . Yoga found Marsha one day on a rock in Joshua Tree National Monument . She and a friend were hiking when the friend suggested Marsha try a Sun Salutation. Marsha did, and was never the same. True to form, that day was not without its adventures. No sooner did they finish their gorgeous yoga practice when they began to hear a pant nearby. A puma? Time to leave? Stay and watch? Yoga is like that. One minute we can be in a state of bliss, the next minute our mind is completely preoccupied. Which is why we practice. Marsha has been teaching and practicing yoga now for over 35 years as a below knee amputee. She has been teaching adaptive yoga FOREVER. She is the founder of Yoga for Amputees. Come join her for an adaptive yoga class. She would be thrilled to share this practice that can help you too get through those “panting puma moments” and keep smiling.
"The more we teach our body and mind to collaborate, the more we feel our connection with ourselves and the world."
To remember their wholeness and the possibilities they already possess.
A passionate flamenco dancer.