The Language of Yoga – A How To For Yoga Teachers with Marsha Danzig| Sat, Mar 17| 3:00-5:00pm
Do you find yourself using the same words over and over when teaching yoga? Are there circumstances where you feel you just don’t have the words? What about safety, both emotional and spiritual? Are your words creating stress in your students or are they healing? Are you aware of the impact your words have on a class? This workshop will teach you how to use your words effectively, compassionately and intelligently by showing you how to create good boundaries, use your voice to heal and uplift, and find words that will leave your students motivated and comforted .
Investment: $30/$27 Indigo Members
About Marsha: Marsha Therese Danzig, M. Ed Harvard , is an Advanced Yoga Therapist, , Energy Healer and Speaker who works with people internationally, Marsha is a below knee amputee and Founder of Yoga for Amputees® by Marsha T Danzig, a program to help amputees move forward in their lives through the healing power of yoga. Marsha lost her leg in 1976 to Ewing’s sarcoma. She is the author of From the Roots, a candid memoir about choosing joy in the face of insurmountable obstacles. Her new book, Yoga for Amputees, will be out in Fall 2018. Marsha has been featured in such magazines as Good Housekeeping, Yoga Journal, Huffington Post and Oprah Magazine. She is a passionate flamenco and ballet dancer. Marsha’s mission is to show people how to find beauty in all circumstances. She is passionate about imparting her lived experience of bridging the chasm between suffering and joy through yoga and embodied movement. Her websites are www.yogaforamputees.com and www.theadaptiveyogacenter.com