BOOKS by MARSHA

Yoga for Amputees; The Essential Guide to Finding Wholeness After Limb Loss
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America's leading expert on yoga for amputees, Marsha T Danzig, a below knee amputee, offers her time tested perspective on how anyone with limb loss can find their yoga . With hundreds of impactful  images showing all types of amputees ,  yoga sequences that address the unique needs of amputees, such as balance, body image, and adapting to change, and a robust approach to adapting yoga in clinical settings, this book is the BIBLE on yoga for amputees.

From the Roots: How I Beat Death And Learned to Live Again- A Memoir
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From the Roots explores one woman’s decision to find grace, hilarity, and joy in the worst of circumstances. As a result of surviving two bouts of childhood bone cancer, Marsha Therese Danzig endures long-term side effects that include the amputation of her lower left leg, the loss of her bladder and kidneys, congestive heart failure, a kidney transplant, and scars galore. A rebel to the core, her story of defiance in the face of disease, doctors, establishment, insincere people, and anyone who would steal her joy or dampen her life force offers moments of profound depth and humor.

Yoga for Busy Little Hands: Mudras for Children
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Yoga for Busy Little Hands: The Children's Book of Mudras brings calm, peace, self esteem, and joy to kids through mudras, hand gestures corresponding to acupuncture meridians. This book helps kids ages 5-12 build self-empowerment, allowing them to learn how to access and send energy where it needs to go for physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being. Great for children with ADD, ADHD, and Autism.

The Tiniest Acorn
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Lulu is a tiny acorn in a very big world. While being blown from here to everywhere, she is constantly reminded of how little she has to offer by the leafy green trees who offer shade from the heat and the beautiful flowers who fill the air with their sweet perfume. One day, while wondering if she'll ever be able to do anything, she finds herself buried in a deep dark hole. Ultimately Lulu breaks through the barriers of the hole and gives birth to an entire forest, proving that size isn't a measure for potential and that all things are possible.