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Sunday, June 2 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Wholeness: A Yoga Approach to Working with Amputees FULL

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What is whole, this is whole; what has come out of the whole is also whole. When the whole is taken out of the whole, the whole still remains whole.... Shanti mantra, Upanishad

In this workshop, we will explore the concept of wholeness ( Purna) as it pertains to amputees. Losing a limb or limbs changes a person’s life drastically on all levels. From the practical aspects of hatha yoga , including breath, warm ups, poses and meditation, we will dive deeper into the inner truth of our essential wholeness as a global community with lecture and a guided healing visualization . We will learn innovative ways to help our amputee students, and ourselves, remember and live from the eternal nature of our beings. This workshop includes active yoga practice and demonstration , as well as lecture and a guided healing visualization .

Speakers
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Marsha Therese Danzig

Founder, Yoga for Amputees
Marsha Therese Danzig, M. Ed Harvard, is an Advanced Yoga Therapist, Energy Healer and Speaker. Marsha, a below knee amputee, pediatric cancer survivor and kidney transplant recipient is the Founder of Yoga for Amputees® by Marsha T Danzig, a yoga program to help amputees move forward... Read More →


Sunday June 2, 2019 11:00am - 12:30pm
Harris-Stowe - Room 213 William L. Clay Sr. Early Childhood Development Center at Harris Stowe University, 10 North Compton Ave.

Attendees (40)