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Yoga for Amputees

Yoga for Amputees

Yoga for Amputees

I Remember not too long after my amputation taking a 12 week Yoga course with my girlfriend at the time. I have to admit, I didn’t stick with it; I much preferred the swimming pool in those days, and still do. She, however, was a very proficient practitioner of yoga and did it daily, even on our camping trips.

Nowadays, there are specialists for everything. Now there are even Yoga classes for amputees. Yoga for Amputees ® is a great website and is is THE resource for all things Yoga for all types of Amputees.

Founded by Marsha Therese Danzig, a below knee amputee herself, YOGA FOR AMPUTEES® is committed to teaching amputees how to thrive in life through the healing power of yoga.

The mission of Yoga For Amputees® is simple: to provide health, wellness,freedom of movement, psychological healing and spiritual renewal to amputees by offering yoga education, training, and research, creating a global network of yoga teachers, yoga therapists, yoga enthusiasts and professionals working with amputees, so that amputees can thrive, from moment of limb loss to the rest of their lives.

About Marsha Therese Danzig

Marsha Therese Danzig is a below knee amputee, the first amputee yoga teacher in the US, an avid dancer, energy healer, spiritual teacher , author and speaker. She believes yoga is a healing medicine that helps amputees feel whole, energized and inspired.

In addition to running Yoga for Amputees ®by Marsha T Danzig, Marsha offers The JOY Breakthrough, for women who are determined to claim their JOY during or after major illness, worry or chronic stress. She is the creator of Pediatric Yoga, Color Me Yoga for Children, and A Christian Yoga Practice. Yoga for Busy Little Hands, The Tiniest Acorn, and the soon to be published Yoga for Amputees.

Yoga for Amputees can be found at the link below: