Just be. Be happy, gregarious, inquisitive…whichever adjectives you want, whatever qualities you feel are true to you. Actually be them. Embody them through the way you walk, the words you say, the foods you eat, the clothes you wear, the company you keep. And know that in being you, you are enough. Somehow, we westerners have forsaken “being” in our relentless pursuit of “doing.” It’s as if, over time, we harnessed the parts of us that are active and productive, and started rewarding and lauding them without limit. A successful business person, therefore, must be the CEO of not one but… Read more.
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Stephanie Marango, MD, RYT is a holistic health physician and educator, and founder of i.m.body. A Stanford graduate, Dr. Marango also graduated with honors in research from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NewYork City, where she developed and taught wellness-related curriculum (called living anatome) while still a student. She later trained in Psychiatry at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. Marango has been referenced for her expertise in popular magazines like Fitness and Well + Good, served as peer reviewer for the International Journal of Yoga Therapy, published research featured on the cover of Anatomical Sciences Education, guest teaches at yoga teacher training programs in New York City, is co-director of the Functional Anatomy for Movement & Injuries (FAMI) Workshop and lead author of its iPad app series. She is also the author of The Wisdom of Your Body: What It Is & How to Decipher It.
For more information, please visit imbodyment.com.
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