Marion Light | Mindfulness Therapist, Writer, & Teacher 

Contact Marion:

Phone: (602) 369-6127
Address: 4175 N Goldwater Blvd, # 112, 85251 Scottsdale, United States

Transition into Alternative Therapy

The move to Phoenix, Marion’s own health issues and a life crisis compelled her to explore holistic healthcare and alternative therapies. She was drawn to pursue a life in the healing arts. It was from that moment, she has felt her life has been divinely guided. Marion studied Energy Medicine, including Master level training in Polarity Therapy and Cranial Sacral Therapy. For a few years Marion taught classes, such as Communications, Cranial Sacral Therapy and Polarity Therapy within the Polarity program at SWIHA. Since then she has focused on her own private practice, which includes workshops, individual sessions, couples therapy, and meditation.

Marion’s gift is in holding a safe and sacred space for others to uncover who they are. While she listens and connects deeply to the whole being, the limiting patterns that restrict each individual are revealed allowing opportunity for growth and freedom. She has a very successful private practice in Scottsdale, Arizona and teaches workshops and retreats that help others become empowered in their lives.


Marion Light is a Registered Polarity Therapist and Certified Cranial Sacral Practitioner. She has extensive experience with Trauma Release Work. For the past 20 years, she has successfully helped men, women and children find deep relief from depression, anxiety, physical pain, illness, infertility, grief, sexual abuse, attention deficit disorder and many other issues. Marion also helps others find their passion and move toward the life fulfillment.



Life’s Purpose

Marion feels that she has found her life’s purpose with her practice. She is honored to guide individuals on a journey of healing and self discovery.

As a young adult Marion was a top athlete in South Africa. She competed in field hockey on an international stage as a member of the South African national field hockey team. During this time she earned her bachelors degree in both English and Physical Education. After receiving her teaching credentials, she worked as an educator for five years. When she moved to the United States, Marion taught physically and mentally challenged children for another five years while earning a Masters Degree in Education at Cal State and raising three children.