(Sometimes) I wish I had a simple sentence to explain
what I do. But I don’t. So I’ll start with the body...
I know a bunch about the body, and parlay that knowledge into many professional domains, such as: physician, author, teacher, executive. Mine is a particular perspective that allows for an understanding of the body’s smallest spaces (think: quantum), gross structures (like arms & legs), and connections to the rest of you (e.g. thoughts, sensations). Basically, I use the body as a lens into your personal operating system...an approach that is applicable even with larger, organizational systems. To what end? To connect-the-dots in way that allows for the highest level of coherence in your system.
Stephanie Marango, MD, RYT is an integrative physician and teacher. A graduate of Stanford University (and Silicon Valley bubble #1), Dr. Marango received her MD with distinction in research from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and trained in Psychiatry at the California Pacific Medical Center. In addition to her private practice in New York, Dr. Marango is the Director of Operations for Documenting Hope, a non-profit that studies and promotes children’s health. She further educates about wellness via lectures at medical centers and health organizations nationwide, and her expertise is cited throughout print and broadcast media like Women’s Health, Fitness, SiriusXM, WABC radio, WTNH TV. Continuing the education theme, Dr. Marango is a certified yoga teacher who trains movement professionals in clinical anatomy, including as co-founder of the internationally-renowned Functional Anatomy for Movement and Injuries (FAMI) Workshop, as well as Living AnatoME, an award-winning anatomy curriculum for medical students. She has also authored a variety of works from peer-reviewed research, to popular books such as The Wisdom of Your Body and Your Body and The Stars, to the upcoming anatomy text, Netter’s Moving AnatoME (publication spring 2019). Most poignantly, Dr. Marango—like you—is a human being beyond her bio.