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Matthew Sanford Transforms Loss

Matthew Sanford Transforms Loss

Jan 30, 2019-- In 1978 Matthew Sanford was paralyzed in a car accident that took the lives of his father and sister. He was thirteen years old. He shares his story of transformation through loss in this insightful interview. Through the teachings of yoga and building a relationship to his body he became in touch with the "more" we all know ourselves to be. Our bodies make the intangible, tangible; integrating body with spirit, even if you can't flex a muscle. (6440 reads)


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