Yoga offers amputees the flexibility, strength and stamina they are seeking, while also providing emotional, mental and spiritual well-being to help amputees of all levels thrive in life. Featuring step by step poses modeled by fellow amputees, with detailed adaptations for leg and arm amputees, as well as yoga tools specific to amputee challenges, such as yoga for phantom pain, Yoga For Amputees: The Essential Guide to Finding Wholeness After Limb Loss by Marsha Therese Danzig is a comprehensive guide for both amputees and the people who work with them. A must for any amputee wanting to reclaim their health and wellness after limb loss.
About the author
Marsha Therese Danzig has been studying and teaching yoga for over three decades. She pioneered a number of international yoga programs, including Color Me Yoga for Children®, and Yoga for Amputees®, which has been voted one of the 13 best adaptive yoga programs in the US. She has trained and taught thousands of students worldwide, from Red Cross professionals in war-torn Myanmar to three year olds at a French immersion Montessori pre-school.