- Yoga has great benefits for people of all ages, regardless of previous yoga experience and physical limitations.
- One-size doesn’t fit all; I love modifications and options!
- Variety is the spice of life. Bodies aren’t the same every minute of every day, and neither is yoga.
- I blend many yoga traditions: each class combines breathing with proper alignment (Iyengar), slow flow (Vinyasa), and holding poses to open connective tissue (Yin).
- Good yoga classes respond to the needs of the students, not the teacher.
- Many levels—from beginner to advanced
- Women and men
- All ages—teens through the 80s
- Cancer survivors
- All kinds of bodies—flexible and stiff
Where I Teach (2020)
- Zoom yoga - Monday and Thursday, 5:30-6:30 pm
- Millenium Gym - Zoom yoga, Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 6:00-7:00 am beginning October 6, 2020
- Beth El Synagogue - Zoom Healing Yoga, two Saturday mornings/month, 9:45-10:45 am
- Private lessons using Zoom - contact Margie for more information.
Training and Continuing Education
I'm committed to ongoing continuing education!
- Teacher training: Body, Mind, and Spirit, Chapel Hill, NC (2004–2005)
- Yin yoga with Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers
- Therapeutic yoga with Doug Keller and Gabriel Halperin
- Adjustments and assisting with David Keil
- Multiple trainings with Angela Farmer
- Yoga for women cancer survivors with Tari Prinster
- Vinyasa (flow) yoga with Seane Corn, Heather Tiddens, and Shiva Rea
- Ashtanga yoga with Matthew Sweeney
- Anusara yoga with Todd Norian and Desiree Rumbaugh
- Viniyoga with Gary Kraftsow
- Yoga Anatomy with Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Matthews
- Many wonderful yoga teachers and mentors in the Triangle: Tracy Bogart, Rebecca Drake, Ti Harmony, Yvonne Cropp, Carol Krucoff, Dara Fort