7. Cross-Training in Whole Health Disciplines
DSL is a big believer that for a truly “wholistic” healing process, Cross-Training from a wide range of Whole Health Disciplines is highly useful, sometimes necessary. For the DSL Method of Yoga/Bodywork/Whole Health Therapeutics, this includes the Principles, Practices & Pathologies from hands-on:
- Neuromuscular & Myofascial Therapies
- BIO-Structural Principles & Therapies
- Osteopathy & Chiropractic Principles
- Naturopathic & Homeopathic Medicine*
- Metabolic & Functional Medicine*
Philosophical Principles & Techniques from such disciplines widen & deepen our ideas of what Health, Healing & Fitness are all about, as well as how to look at them from an Integral, Yogic (Conscious, Aware) Perspective.
* Medicine: From the root word Mederi, meaning an Inner-Measure, a Meditative sense-of-self, leading to internal responses that Moderate or Cure the problem. …
This is in contrast to “modern” medicine being far more about the “outer-measuring” via equipment and external technology. This in turn usually tends to lead to more external remedies & cures. While this external approach is certainly quite valuable and useful, it has it’s limitations. Our view is to use both, when each is appropriate.
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
Thanks for Reading,
David Scott Lynn (DSL*)
DSL: Your Hi-Touch Up-Link to the Inner-Net.
* Inner-Net: Your Psycho-Neuro-Musculo-Fascial Network.