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Dr. Mariel Little is a lifelong lover of movement. She started a long career as an athlete at a young age and won multiple national titles in martial arts and volleyball. Yoga entered her life serendipitously in 2007 at a time when she needed it most, depleted from the rigors of a competitive lifestyle. She quickly became a dedicated student and studied with many wise teachers across different styles of practice. Mariel began teaching yoga after completing her first teacher training in 2013. Since then, she has participated in numerous other trainings, but she is most grateful for the opportunity to study with Richard Freeman & Mary Taylor in July 2022. Inspired by the healing power of the yoga practice, Mariel completed a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of Colorado School of Medicine in 2019. Since then, she intentionally incorporates her skills as a yoga instructor into her work as a Physical Therapist, including yoga classes for specific populations with medical conditions. Outside of her full-time work as a PT, Mariel continues to teach and study yoga. She is the founder of the Sangha Yoga Project and runs a private physical therapy practice specializing in yoga-related injuries and pain. Mariel's yoga classes regularly integrate concepts of physical therapy so that students build strength and mobility for a more confident and resilient yoga practice. She looks forward to seeing you on the mat soon!
Dr. Mariel Little is a lifelong lover of movement. She started a long career as an athlete at a young age and won multiple national titles in martial arts and volleyball. Yoga entered her life serendipitously in 2007 at a time when she needed it most, depleted from the rigors of a competitive lifest...Read More