BodyMind Integration & Awareness

Mind-Body-Yin-Yang-LARGE

1. A fully Conscious approach to BodyMind Integration & Awareness, using deeper levels of the Mind & Breath — with initially very Low-Intensity or “Homeopathic Doses” of stretch — to release tension & stress in the Psycho-Neuro-Musculo-Fascial System. … (There is much to Homeopathic Principles NOT involving the “remedies,” those little white pills!)

We look for a balance between Health & Fitness, Flexibility & Strength. Yet the Primary Focus of Let-Go Yoga is on DE-Stressing the BodyMind while DE-Contracting & Balancing the Muscles & Fascia, facilitating activation of the parasympathetic nerves, the healing & restorative systems of the body. At the root of it all, calming the nervous system & brain. That, of course, leads to a calmer mind & emotional state. … We’re looking primarily for resilience & adaptability.

The “Yang” activities of SECC Fitness (Strength, Endurance, Cardio & gross Coordination) are very important (and we do address that, but later!). Yet in an over-stressed, individual bodymind and society in general, most of us need, at least for a while, FAR more balance toward the “Yin” side. The DSL approach to Yoga Therapy is definitely on the “yin” or low-intensity side of the The Health / Fitness Spectrum

And that is the Primary Focus of DSL’s development of Let-Go Yoga. When proper & healthy “Yin” neuromuscular & myofascial foundations are restored, de-stressed, stabilized & balanced, we can from there move toward a more “balanced” Yin & Yang exercise program: Health / Fitness (SECC) / Flexibility & Resilience. (Though similar, there are significant differences between Let-Go Yoga and the various Yin Yoga systems more commonly available today.)


This system has been developed by DSL over the last several decades, and while it is VERY SIMPLE to get started, it is potentially deep & complex, as well.

You can jump down on this page for a list of webpages on this site describing much of how it all works and where to go from here, OR … if you want to know more about David and how the work was developed …

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 “I read David Scott Lynn’s book which I highly recommend for every massage therapist. I was amazed at how intricately he delves into and emphasizes, over and over from various angles, how our work mostly works to affect the nervous system in a variety of ways.
He explains ‘nervous system to myofascial relationships’ brilliantly!”

Dr. Michael A Koplen, DC
Santa Cruz Area, California


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David Scott Lynn (DSL*)
DSL: Your Hi-Touch Up-Link to the Inner-Net.
* Inner-Net: Your Psycho-Neuro-Musculo-Fascial Network.

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DSL the Yogi at Whole Life Perspectives
Beginning at 13 years of age, DSL's been involved with alternative philosophies & practices most of his life. Becoming a yoga teacher in 1976, then a hands-on bodyworker in 1981, he developed a unique & highly effective form of Yoga / Bodywork / Whole Health Fitness & Therapeutics. … David wrote the chapters on a wholistic philosophy & physiology of bodywork & stretching for the textbook Structural Balancing, published by McGraw-Hill, Inc. in 2010. … He is the author of Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga, available at: www.letgoyoga.com/simple-steps/ … Several other e-books and e-courses are soon forthcoming at www.letgoyoga.com/dsl-publications/ … David consults with Kyle C. Wright on massage school development at the Schools of Advanced Bodywork at http://kylecwright.com/structural-balancing-a-clinical-approach/co-author-dsl/ .
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