DSL Method of Let-Go Yoga • FUN-damentals of Physical/Mental Yoga & Let-Go Yoga Therapeutics

Anyone using Physical & Mental Yoga (Conscious Stretching),
or working with the Soft Tissues of the Human BodyMind,
will GREATLY benefit for reading this e-book.
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The Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga

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Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga Basics & Medical Yoga Therapy: The e-Book

The Art & Science of
Postural Yoga Basics

“Application of these Teachings will take Yoga to new heights in the Western World. The DSL Method [of yoga] makes profound sense.”

Lesli Hunter
Yoga Teacher & Student
Sedona, Arizona

“I read David Scott Lynn’s e-book which I highly recommend for every Massage Therapist [and Yoga Teacher] and 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 and myofascial relationships brilliantly!”

Doctor Michael Koplen
Chiropractor & Former Massage Therapist
Capitola, California

(NOTE: “DSL” refers to David Scott Lynn, the author of The Simple Steps and creator of
The DSL Method of Yoga/ Bodywork/ Whole Health Principles, Practices & Therapeutics)

Do YOU Know How The Human BodyMind
REALLY Works In Life & Yoga?
Would You Be a Better & Safer Teacher
Or Yoga Practitioner If You Did?

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• Discover • Release •
• Master •

Your Built-In-By-Nature,
Self-Healing Powers
with Fundamental,
Science-based Principles
Mindful, Postural Yoga
and Let-Go Yoga Basics

LEARN HOW To MaximizeResults
While Minimizing Injury
In The Practice and/or Teaching
of Physical / Mental Yoga

Based On A Medical Science Foundation of
Anatomy • Kinesiology • Physiology • Neurology

… and Essential Insights from The East

  • Are You or Your Students Getting The MOST Out Of Yoga Practice?
  • Are You Or Your Students Practicing As SAFELY As Possible?
  • Are You Using The MOST Anatomically Sound Principles?
  • Do You Have Modern Day Explanations for How & Why Yoga Works?

SO . . . WHAT Would It FEEL Like . . .
For YOU or YOUR Clients, Students or Patients . . . ???

 To have ALL (or most) Tension & Stress Minimized or Dissolved?

 To Sit & Stand with Effortless Great Posture?

 To have ALL Muscles Moving Freely, Fluidly, with Full Energy?

 To Minimize Effects of Negative Habit Patterns?

Even if your body works well, there are “things” usually building up in the background we need to watch out for. “Things” that can lead to the aging process. And it’s the “thing” nearly everyone runs into when doing a yoga posture, breathing technique, or exercise of any kind.

… More on that in a minute.

Are You or any of Your Clients or Students experiencing any of the following?

 Are Your or Their Muscles Too Sore, Achy or Painful?

 Is it Too Difficult to Stand or Sit Straight?

 Do They Lose Their Balance easily, or have Lost Coordination?

 Do They Feel Too Tense or Stressed?

 Are They Too Stiff to Move or Bend Your Joints?

 Are There “Mystery Pains” that Just WON’T Go Away?

 Does Your or Your Client’s Body do THIS when You want to do THAT?

Are You or Your Clients Afraid that someday, they might Look or Feel like THIS? . . .

No More Aging | Yoga Therapy | Yoga Injury Prevention | Simple Stes to Let Go Yoga Basics

Just Don’t Do It:
No More Aging nor Yoga Injury

(I used to feel like that many years ago myself, but fortunately, I did not LOOK like that!)

MY JOB is to help YOU discover BETTER ANSWERS
to these and other problems. This increases YOUR
value to your Students, Clients or Patients.

This Makes YOU Into the Local Authority & Expert whom they TRUST to Guide them through whatever can be achieved with Yoga.

And that’s quite a lot of stuff!

Much of which most Yoga Teachers don’t even realize!

Here is A PRIMARY Focus of Physical, Postural Yoga . . .

Maybe, if someone looks or feels like our little stick person above, or has challenges as listed above, just maybe they have too much Chronic, Excess Muscle & Nerve Tension & Stress?

Or C.E.M.&.N.T. for short, because “cement” (or wires & cables, rocks & knots — pick your favorite analogy) is what some people’s muscles, fascia & joints feel like.

Or maybe, even if you or they DON’T feel or look like him right now, you want to make sure it never happens?

The First Line of Resistance to going into a yoga posture is habitual muscle & nerve tension.

As this builds up over time, it eventually becomes chronic and excess. We become tighter and tighter. We lose flexibility and other capacities, such as balance & coordination, strength & endurance, proper posture, and fluid, energetic movement.

IF There’s Too Much C.E.M.&.N.T.
(a more accurate term for “tight muscles”),
or you think it might show up someday, shouldn’t
you be discovering just WHAT C.E.M.&.N.T. is,
and how to LET-GO of that Tension???

Or be able to teach it to your Clients & Students?

Many if not most of us will benefit greatly from using
effective TRS or Tension Reduction Strategies.

And Let-Go YOGA is a Very Effective & Efficient Tension Reduction Strategy!

And maybe we should learn why quite a lot of modern, popular yoga, stretching, exercise, Pilates, etc., do NOT necessarily help reduction of C.E.M.&.N.T. … and often make it worse? …

NO, they aren’t all the same. And some forms of yoga or stretching, or ways of doing them, can actually INCREASE muscle tension!

There are vast differences between and within the many various styles and systems of yoga (or conscious stretching) or regular old stretching (without mental integration), and exercise available today. There’s a wide variety — and much “competition” among them — even in India, too.

One again, for most people, the FIRST “thing” they run into while sinking into a yoga pose, stretch or exercise is the tension or resistance in their muscles.

For those who claim the trouble is mostly in the joints, tendons, or ligaments — or the fascia — I believe they are missing a HUGE piece of the puzzle.

And you’ll know why after reading The Simple Steps To Let-Go Yoga e-Book.

And you’ll know the science behind it, too!

Anyone using Physical & Mental Yoga (Conscious Stretching),
or working with the Soft Tissues of the Human BodyMind,
will GREATLY benefit for reading this e-book.
If you are convinced to give it a try, please click the link below: 
CLICK HERE To Purchase
The Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga

Not Sure Yet? … Please Continue Reading …

Very few people understand the causes and implications of C.E.M.&.N.T., so it’s not easy to learn how to deal with it. And medical doctors do not usually recognize C.E.M.&.N.T. as a problem (if at all) either because in itself, C.E.M.&.N.T. (tight muscles) is NOT a pathological state.

You can have VERY “tight” muscles without pain for dysfunction. So it escapes detection by the orthodox medical systems.

Tight muscles might be causing, or be related to, a pathological state, but they are not themselves necessarily IN a pathological state. That’s one reason so many doctors “can’t find anything.” It’s because they look for a “pathological state” to pin the blame on. But sometimes, the root cause is NOT in itself pathological.

And of course, so far, the tightness in muscles does NOT show up on X-rays or MRIs. It might some day, but not yet.

Paradoxically, even some world-renowned yoga teachers have accumulated too much C.E.M.&.N.T. — some of them to the point of needing (or so they thought) joint or disc surgeries. Yet would you not think THEY of all people would know what C.E.M.&.N.T.  is and how to avoid it?

A Very Relaxed Kitty Doing Let-Go Yoga Therapy - Simple Steps to Let Go Yoga Basics

A VERY Relaxed Kitty Doing
Let-Go Yoga Therapy!

Sadly, all too few yoga teachers, massage therapists, body-workers, physical therapists, personal trainers, even most physicians, don’t know very much at all about C.E.M.&.N.T., let alone what to do with it.

And I’ll tell you the NOT-so-Secret right now:

Strengthening the body through various forms of exercise, even with more aggressive forms of yoga, is vital and necessary for optimum health. But FAR too many people focus ONLY on that side of the equation.

And a lot of yoga people are way too focused on strength and “fitness” as well.

There’s nothing wrong with building strength, but the other side of that is increased C.E.M.&.N.T. … A lot more people need to focus more on the other side of the equation:

That side of the equation, is to a GREAT degree, ALL about RELAXATION, about LETTING GO of accumulated and excess tension and stress in the body.

But very often, people sacrifice their health for the sake of fitness. That might be fine up to a point. But there are usually consequences in the future for being too far over on one side of the
Health <==> Fitness Spectrum:

Health Fitness Spectrum in Yoga and Exercise

As quoted from the Preface of the Simple Steps book:

“This publication is for people wanting to use Physical/Mental Yoga primarily for HEALTH reasons rather than FITNESS. Although health and fitness are closely related with a certain amount of overlap, we refer here to FITNESS as focused on primarily Strength, Endurance, Cardio & gross motor Coordination (SECC). …

“Health, as defined in the context of this manual, refers to building and maintenance (and recovery, if necessary) of all physiologic processes of the human bodymind. Physiologic processes refer here [primarily] to those functions activated and controlled by the parasympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system including metabolic, immune, self-healing, rest and tissue regenerative functions.

In many cases, THE SOLUTION to various problems is NOT to “strengthen” the area, but is to just Relax, Lengthen & Balance the muscles by reducing the nerve charge to the muscle(s). When you do that, MANY problems just go away. It’s about learning how to LET-GO of Tension, Stress and Habit Patterns.

That’s unfortunately too simple for most medically trained individuals to assimilate. They are used to expensive machinery and tests to find pathology, then prescribe drugs or surgery to resolve those problems.

And in many cases, if they go beyond drugs or surgery, strengthening is the “treatment of choice.” In many cases, it’s a BAD choice. That’s because of what I call Pseudo-Weakness, which I discuss in-depth in the e-book.

But sometimes, the simple & obvious is beyond many people’s ability to see.

If you want more insight into what’s in the e-book, here is the extensive, and detailed Table of Contents and a 30 page Excerpt from the Simple Steps e-book:

Table of Contents & Excerpt <==CLICK HERE

“David Scott Lynn is a bodyworker extraordinaire. His knowledge of the structure of the body and the way the muscles cooperate with each other in their movement has prompted us to put him on our faculty as the anatomy professor in our Yoga Teacher Training Program. His work is state of the art and goes way beyond most traditional understanding of how the physical body operates. His patience and genius in working on me has changed my awareness of myself. His work is lasting and his selflessness is amazing.”

Gary Majchrzak • Co-Director
7 Centers Yoga Arts • Sedona, Arizona
[Gary is no longer a Director, nor do I teach, at 7 Centers]

Now, with the Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga, YOU can become FAR more knowledgeable than many, if not most, about how these things actually work:

Anyone using Physical & Mental Yoga (Conscious Stretching),
or working with the Soft Tissues of the Human BodyMind,
will GREATLY benefit for reading this e-book.
If you are convinced to give it a try, please click the link below: 
CLICK HERE To Purchase
The Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga

Not Sure Yet? … Please Continue Reading …

For the Thinking, Feeling,
Action Oriented Individual
In Modern, Western Society

Modern, Postural Yoga Basics

and the Neuro-Structural Sciences behind
Physical / Mental Yoga

Including Foundations of Yoga Therapy

An Easy-to-Read Technical Manual

of Your Muscles, Fascia, Nerves & Joints
of Tension, Stress & Negative Habit Patterns
to Let-Go Yoga
by David Scott Lynn (DSL)

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302 pages Available for PDF Download Direct to Your Computer

Physical/Mental Yoga & Let-Go Yoga Basics
& Yoga Injury Prevention

In the Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga Basics,
You’ll Discover NEW INSIGHTS INTO:

How Chronic, Excess Muscle & Nerve Tension & Stress Cause Many or Most of Them

The TRUE Source of Effortless, Upright Posture & Fluid, Energized & Powerful Action

Health and Fitness are NOT the Same & Require VERY Different Inputs:
Yet You Need them BOTH

• And HOW TO Work With and/or Improve All The Above

“Having had experience with many different bodyworkers, David’s technique is certainly unique. There are levels of healing he achieves I’ve never seen before. This is clearly a result of a vast knowledge of anatomy and physiology combined with decades of hands-on experience.”

Dr. John Bordiuk, Nutritionally Oriented M.D. & Yoga Teacher
Inner Balance Med, Wellesley, MA (Greater Boston Area)

“I have worked with many soft tissue therapists over the years. David Scott Lynn is the only one educated and skilled enough to do what I want with full confidence that the job will be done. My patients definitely feel the difference.”

Gary Fujinami • Doctor of Chiropractic
East West Chiropractic & Acupuncture Center
Prescott, Arizona

The DSL Method of Let-Go Yoga gives YOU the Principles & Techniques allowing you to Maximize Your Results while Minimizing Potential Injuries in yoga, stretching and exercise.

Based on REAL sciences of the neuromuscular & myofascial systems of the human body, you will have deeper insights and more accurate knowledge into what works, and what does NOT work, in yoga, stretching & exercise.

Knowing the fundamentals of how the human bodymind works, and how yoga, stretching & exercise interface with your human physiology and mind gives you far greater ability to assess & develop postural yoga strategies for your Students, Clients & Patients.

But first, WHAT IS Yoga in the context we are using it?

A Western Definition of Physical/Mental Yoga

The word YOGA itself, in the context presented here, means:

  • Increasing your ability to Pay Attention To & Take Effective Action upon the various functions and structures of your Body & Mind. … This is one important form of meditation.
  • Increasing the Coordination & Harmonization of your various mental & physical systems.
  • Increasing & Optimizing your Internal Power, Strength, Flexibility & Coordination
  • Seeing the emotional* connections underlying all human feeling, thinking & action.
  • And, yoga can be used as a healing agent for many problems emerging from the psycho-neuro-musculo-fascial system.
  • The principles of Yoga Injury Prevention are an important element to learning about the therapeutic aspects of yoga, as well.
  • Therefore enhancing ALL the activities of your Life, and/or minimizing any negative results you might experience in any of those activities.

* Emotional means, etymologically, To Bring Forth Action. … Emotion is mostly physical, not “just” a “mental event” with a feeling attached. It is NOT just a “sideshow” going on in the background. Emotion, according to much modern science and neurology, is the foundation of all human feeling, thinking & action.

Taking Aim at Yoga Injury with Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga Basics & Yoga Therapy Principles


These intentions & results are based on widely accepted principles of modern medical sciences: The e-book goes deeply into how the human neuro-muscular & myofascial systems actually work, and how the conscious and subconscious minds control the nerves and therefore muscles.

These are concepts found in well established medical textbooks, including some of the latest developments in neurology. Problem is, you really have to search through a LOT of material to find the Key Scientific Concepts applying to yoga, yoga therapy and yoga-based, hands-on bodywork.

So far, few or no major medical textbooks I know of actually and directly discuss how their studies and research apply to yoga, yoga therapy, massage & bodywork, and so on.

So it takes some time & resources to find the relevant materials. And, you have to have a pretty good idea of what you are looking for in the first place. But I did much of that work for you already! In some cases, it was YEARS before I found the documentation I was looking for.

Yet I am a hands-on, yoga-based, structural bodyworker too. In the course of my widely varied studies over the years, I was fortunate to stumble upon the works of people like Dr. Ray Nimmo, a Chiropractor who developed a system of hands-on therapy called Receptor-Tonus Technique. (It was the immediate forerunner to American Neuromuscular Therapy.) Nimmo and his partner, James Vannerson, DC., researched, wrote, and taught extensively on the physiology of how manual muscle therapy works.

Fortunately, I realized the very same principles they applied to hands-on work also applied to yoga and yoga therapy.

Nimmo’s writings gave me many clues on what to search for in the orthodox medical libraries.

“With 18 years experience in the health care professions, I appreciate soundly re-searched & scientifically based approaches to rehabilitation. The DSL Method of BodyWork [and Yoga] has expanded and refined my understanding and applications for achieving postural correctness and pain relief in less time. David has a unique way of reiterating known fundamental laws, redefining erroneous concepts, and instructing the participants through a successful treatment program.”

Al Cujas • Physical Therapist
A.T.C., N.M.T., Former NMT Instructor
Winston Salem, North Carolina

One of the Keys to my writing this e-book is that being a hands-on, clinical bodyworker and working side-by-side with several “alternative” medical and osteopathic physicians, and several chiropractors, gave me a much wider perspective & range of experience than I would have gotten being a yoga teacher only.

This e-book is the result of ideas gathered from much direct, one-on-one clinical experience, and a wide range of therapies including

  • Massage & Bodywork
  • Yoga & Yoga Therapy
  • Chiropractic & Osteopathy
  • Naturopathy & Homeopathy
  • Working with Alternative Medical Doctors

“What I received from DSL — I received a better understanding of how to effectively stretch the body and to stretch muscles I have had a hard time getting to, or didn’t even consider to be a vital component of a potential structural problem. I was more aligned after his session and had a better idea of what I needed to do to take responsibility for not only my own body but my life and to make more effective decisions for myself and my life. I felt very empowered on many levels. I highly recommend Davids hands-on work and his classes to anyone looking to better their life and to make positive changes.”

Brian Wellenstein
Omaha, Nebraska

“You did for me in 4 hours what physiotherapy couldn’t do in 4 years. And, you gave me the tools to continue working on my own.”

Michelle Sands • Yoga Teacher
Montreal, Quebec

“David’s work is amazing! A year ago I was hardly able to move due to severe back pain (this was not the first time). The doctor prescribed, once again, physical therapy and though I practiced these PT techniques for months, my pain grew stronger and my ability to move lessened. I then hired David Scott Lynn and within a short time I not only felt relief, but my standing, walking, sitting, and moving postures had improved. Now, 12 months later, I seldom feel pain and move with ease, freedom, and flexibility; moving in ways I never imagined were possible a year ago. Thanks to David, I have a daily pain-free yoga, standing, walking, and sitting practice, and I have new methods to share with my students. David’s knowledge is extraordinary! David’s techniques work!”

Diana T. Kyricos
Kripalu Yoga & Pilates Instructor
Chelmsford, Massachusetts

“I found that combining David’s bodywork with chiropractic adjustments gave me deep releases that I never experienced before. David’s teaching and understanding of the body in a practical yet yogic way, totally fills in the gaps I’ve always found between yoga, anatomy, common sense & practical living.”

William Don Johnson • Yoga Teacher
Sedona, Arizona

“David’s passionate interest in anatomy and physiology as they relate to yoga has sparked my own curiosity and deeper investigation into these areas. His depth of understanding as to how the body operates, and how it responds to yoga practice filled gaps in my own understanding as a yoga teacher. I like his 10 principles [now 12 Principles] for maximizing results and preventing injuries while practicing yoga asana [postures], which emphasize safety and honor individual needs. David’s experience as a yoga teacher, bodyworker, trainer, and passionate student of the human body make him a valuable resource for yoga teachers [or practitioners] looking to expand their knowledge and learn sound principles on which to practice and teach yoga. I appreciate that David encouraged us never to just accept his ideas on anatomy and yoga, but to test them for ourselves, in our own bodies and with our students.”

Ben Cohen • Yoga Teacher
Newton, Massachusetts

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Why NO Pain Means MORE GAIN:
A Central Feature of Let-Go Yoga

photo of knee reflex | simple steps to let go yoga basics Many articles and reports on yoga and stretching say they “do not work” because stretching a muscle triggers a stretch reflex, which automatically causes the muscle to contract. That’s what happens at the doctor’s office when he tests your reflexes by tapping below your knee cap with his little mallet and your leg jerks. Hitting the knee cap tendon caused a stretch reflex in your quadricep muscles, causing your leg to jump when the associated muscle contracted as a reflex reaction.

And it’s true, MANY people doing yoga are triggering stretch reflexes all of the time, and are indeed causing the muscles to react by tightening rather than relaxing. Or they lengthen out temporarily, then shorten back down again.

Just because one is getting more flexible does NOT mean they are also getting “more relaxed.” That is in many cases a paradoxical illusion.

That stretch reflex reaction (tightening) is the exact opposite of what you’re trying to accomplish in yoga. And you know what? A lot of people, if not most, unconsciously DO that reflexive tightening when they stretch or do yoga. They are pushing themselves so hard they are triggering that stretch reflex (and other reflexes, too. But it is often so subtle they don’t even notice it.

The trick is, how do you prevent that stretch reflex from happening in yoga?

The Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga tells you how.

Also, when you’re in pain, or even uncomfortable, how easy is it for YOU to relax?

Do you think it’s any different for your muscles?

In fact, we could argue that your muscles are FAR more reactive to excess stretching than you can even remotely be conscious of. That’s because MOST of the nerves reporting tightness and pain do NOT directly communicate much with the conscious part of the brain and mind.

Most, if not all, sensation requires some neural processing before it reaches the conscious part of the mind. But most of those sensory nerves do NOT measure conscious sensation. They report different kind of information — called  — to the brain.

MOST of what goes on in the human bodymind goes on with NO conscious awareness. …
So you MUST be extra careful if you want to protect yourself, and get the maximum results.

When you read the Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga, you’ll learn about Edges of Pain & Resistance, or Fears (such as that you’ll hurt yourself). They, more-or-less, define the limits of what’s healthy for you to work with at any given moment.

You’ll also learn about “desensitization,” preventing you from feeling some VERY important feedbacks from your body, and what to do about it.

Minimum to Moderate Edges for Yoga Basics & Injury Prevention

And to a great degree, this is what makes “yoga” be “yoga.” Because to a great degree, yoga is about becoming more conscious of what you’ve not noticed before. In a certain way, this all happens at The Edge, and that’s the place where your mind and body have a heightened sense of close communication with each other.

And OH YEAH, what IS the difference between “Yoga” and “ROS” (Regular Old Stretching) anyway? … You’ll find out when you read this e-book!

LEARNING HOW to Feel, Relax, Lengthen & Balance

A Relaxed, Lengthened & Balanced body, with a fully aware and “tuned in” mind that can truly Feel what your body is doing, gives you a great foundation for other exercise too, such as for Strength, Endurance & Cardiovascular health.

But if your muscles get too tight over the years, all the strength in the world will not do you much good. Your muscles will get too “locked up,” literally “jammed up” within themselves, to deliver any internal muscular power into outward movement and action, no matter how much fundamental power & strength you might actually have.

Yet having a practice you do several times a week that dissolves those accumulating tensions & stresses, and increases your ability to feel sensations and feedback, will assist you in ALL aspects of your life, even sitting at a desk for hours on end:

Ergonomic Man at Desk w/Good Posture
And what a lot of people don’t know is that it is not strengthened and tight muscles giving you Effortless Great Posture & Fluid, Energetic Movement, but it’s Relaxed, Lengthened & BALANCED muscles that do the job the best.

In reading the Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga, you’ll learn where Effortless Great Posture and Fluid Movement REALLY come from.

SO … if you want to Discover the Process of Letting-Go of those tensions & stresses, I have written Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga to get you on the path.

OKAY, so what exactly is this Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga?

Well, you don’t even have to call it yoga, if you don’t want to. You can call it, for example:

Conscious Stretching

In great part, it’s about bringing your mind into your muscles
so they work better together.

And the more you do this Conscious Attention process with your muscles when you stretch, the better they’ll work when you exercise, too!

If you want more insight into what’s in the e-book, here is the extensive, and detailed Table of Contents and a 30 page Excerpt from the Simple Steps e-book:

Table of Contents & Excerpt <==CLICK HERE

Now, as I said earlier, with the Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga, YOU can become FAR more knowledgeable than many, if not most, about how these things actually work:

CLICK HERE To Purchase
The Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga

I could go on and on about what’s in the e-book. But if you just went ahead and bought the thing, you’d already be most of the way through the first chapter by now. So please give it a shot.

And if you do not think it was worth the cost of a couple of yoga classes, then please let me know, and we will figure out what I need to do to make it right.

Many Thanks for Reading about Simple Steps to Let-Go Yoga Basics & Medical Yoga Therapy: The e-Book,
David Scott Lynn (DSL*)
* DSL: Your Hi-Touch Up-Link to the Inner-Net**
** Inner-Net: Your Psycho-Neuro-Musculo-Fascial System

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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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