I am a psychotherapist in private practice who blends my knowledge of cognitive therapy with my knowledge of yoga and meditation to facilitate healing at multiple levels. I am the co-founder of The Mindful Living Institute. I am married, have a son and daughter-in-'love', and recently became the grandmother of baby Emma.
Classes at Bamboo:
Fun and playful; energetic, yet calming; encourage students to create a friendly internal environment - release self-criticism and judgement - and to be light-hearted on and off the mat.
Students that would enjoy Marsha's classes:
People who are new to yoga; anyone who would like to go back to the 'basics.'
What does yoga mean to Marsha?
Yoga is my re-boot opportunity - my physical, emotional, and spiritual 'adjustment'. On my mat, I connect back to who I am, beyond the multiple roles I play in daily life. I shift to clarity, perspective, and wisdom, even when life is confusing and difficult. Yoga lifts my mood and makes my body feel wonderful.
Experience and Certifications:
Virabhadrasana ll (Warrior ll) helps me to connect to my inner strength when I feel anxious or unsteady; Eka Pada Rajakapotasana (Pigeon) counters all the sitting I do as a therapist.