“With a diverse medical background as a registered nurse for 35 years, an in-depth education in the Science of Ayurveda, coupled with her talents and love for teaching, Nurse Marsha brings a unique experiential mix of teaching skills, medical knowledge and Natural and Ayurvedic wisdom that makes her a premier Health Educator: Ayurvedic Wellness Guide. Additionally, she is a Reiki Master Teacher, a highly qualified Primordial Sound Meditation Instructor, and a Registered Yoga Teacher of Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga. Plus, she is a Certified Laughter Yoga Leader, a trained practitioner of Body Memory Release, Arolo Tifar, Jin Shin Jyutsu, Marmani, and The Mastery of Healing Energy.
She is always excited to travel to any venue or setting to share the ancient 'wisdom of life', Ayurveda. Marsha assists clients to step away from life’s demands and into the power and wisdom of Ayurveda, meditation and lifestyle balance. She shines light on the scientific benefits of these natural practices and how to infuse these ancient technologies into daily living. She lovingly guides clients to enliven the nourishing connection of body, mind and spirit. Her favorite phase, “just lean into it with ease” describes how making small life-shifts systematically over time will create revolutionary changes. Empower yourself with the means to maintain wellbeing by participating in a private session or a live course offered by Nurse Marsha.”
Nurse Marsha holds gratitude for the teachers of Ayurveda who have shaped her being:
· Dr. David Simon, Dr. Deepak Chopra, davidji, Claire Diab: Chopra Center for Wellbeing
· Dr. Vasant Lad: Ayurvedic Institute
· Jai Dev Singh Khalsa: Life Force Academy
· Dr. Suhas and Dr. Manisha Kshirsagar: Ayurvedic Healing
K.P. Khalsa: International Integrative Educational Institute
· Dr. David Frawley: American Institute of Vedic Studies
Having a passion for nature, Ayurveda, meditation, medicine and education provides Nurse Marsha with a holistic approach to life’s challenges/opportunities.
Marsha Perry, RN, BA Ed, MA is a Registered Nurse who is a graduate of Chopra Center University as a Vedic Master Educator. As a Certified Chopra Center Primordial Sound Meditation Instructor, a Perfect Health Ayurvedic Lifestyle Instructor and a Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga Instructor, she utilizes her wisdom, knowledge and experience as a skilled guide and coach to assist any one in achieving better health and wellbeing. Besides providing personalized private session in health and wellbeing, she provides private and group classes in Chopra Center Certified Courses in Ayurveda, Meditation and Yoga.
With her interest in Ayurveda, Marsha was invited to assist the Chopra Center as an Event Manager–Volunteer Coordinator traveling throughout North America with Dr. Deepak Chopra for over 6 years. Working behind the scene to create life-affirming mediation, yoga and wellness workshops.
She continues to support multiple organizations with live events as an on-site event coordinator, medical liaison , and AV technician.
Additionally, Nurse Marsha continues in her role as the Meditation Interventionist for patients with cancer and their caregiver/family who volunteer to participate in a MSU/UA research study program. This study tracks the benefits of meditation, yoga and other complimentary self-care modalities in symptom management among patients with cancer.
Nurse Marsha is a Reiki Master Practitioner, and trained in Marmani Therapy, Arolo Tifar Healing, Body Memory Release Techniques, Jin Shin Jyutsu, Energy Mastery, and Gateway Healing, as well. Her intuitive touch is profoundly balancing. Please, book a private session with her. You will be amazed at the gentle loving results.
As a Certified Laughter Yoga Leader from Dr. Kataria’s School of Laughter Yoga, she offers community classes in healing laughter, and conducts laughter meditations.
Laughter is the best medicine!
As a Registered Nurse for 35 years, Nurse Marsha has cherished her experiences in several high-touch care roles. She holds great gratitude to her many patients for which she administered a variety of IV infusions therapies in their home and at their bedside. As an IV Infusion Specialists for over 10 years, she travels throughout Southern Arizona educating patients in self-care and independence in their prescribed IV treatment plans. A great mixture of cutting-edge allopathic medical experience and rock-solid complimentary-alternative practices.
Nurse Marsha is the author and executive producer of several EMS educational curricula and a published co-author of several research articles in Emergency Medicine. Nurse Marsha's medical background as a Registered Nurse includes: Senior Health Educator for Paramedic Training in Emergency Medical Services for Children with Special Health Care Needs; Maternal Child Health Education for EMS; Perinatal Nurse Clinician in High Risk OB; Labor/Delivery/Newborn Nursery/Perinatal Testing; Childbirth, Lactation, Sibling and Grand-parenting Educator; Bio-Medical Technology Consultant; and Information Officer in Emergency Medicine Research.
Additionally, Nurse Marsha holds a Teacher's Certification in the state of Arizona with a degree in Education from the University of Arizona. As a Certified Teacher for the Department of Education, Marsha's original career began as a fun-loving kindergarten teacher. Later, she enjoyed being a public-school teacher of fourth graders. Eventually, Marsha focused on teaching home-bound students with special needs, and taught as a K-12 substitute teacher throughout the local school district.
Nurse Marsha is an avid outdoor enthusiast and medical support for wilderness expeditions: a rescue and master SCUBA diver; a white-water river paddler; and a culinarian for the sailing yacht, Libreterre. She holds certifications in DAN Emergency First Response; CPR Health Care Provider; PADI Rescue Diver; NOLS Wilderness First Aid, as well as ACLS, PALS and EMSC/EMS-CSHCN (Emergency Medical Services for Children/EMS for Children with Special Health Care Needs).
Happily married with 3 children and 3 grandchildren. And a lover of all animals great and small, and the plants which nourish us all.
Dr. David Simon, Co-Founder of Chopra Center for Wellbeing & Marsha Perry, RN