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

How Would It FEEL? . . .

How Would It Feel? … For Your Body To Have Every Single Muscle Fully Relaxed and Resilient,  Ready for Action, All of the Time?

How Peaceful and At Ease would you be?
What would happen to your Stress Levels?

How Would It Feel? … For Your Muscles To Be INSTANTLY Able To Act & React with No Resistance? … That Your Mind’s Intentions Immediately and Precisely Create Your Body’s Actions?

How confident and ready for anything would you be?

How Would It Feel? … For Your Body To Be Perfectly Upright, with Effortless Great Posture, and Full of Energy?

How differently would people see you?
How would they respond to your very presence in a room?

How would that help your golf or tennis game, or your martial arts or sports practice, playing an musical instrument, or whatever your favorite activities are? . . . How about your SEX life?

Yet, even with all the strength & power you could have (and maybe already do), the MOMENT you’re done with any movement or action, your Muscles instantly return to their Fully Relaxed State, quietly resting and rejuvenating, awaiting for your next command to action?

And you do this without drugs or being hooked up to special gizmos or electronic devices.

And what if you accomplished all this NOT by killing yourself in the workout room?

And that you don’t even have to break out into a sweat to accomplish most of this?

Would any of THAT be of interest to you? . . . If So, please Read ON . . .

Hello! My name is David Scott Lynn and I’m the founder of the systems of …
Let-Go Yoga and DSL Edgework: Yoga/Bodywork/Whole Health Therapeutics.

And what I’ve mentioned above IS, to varying degrees, achievable. That depends on factors such as how many injuries you’ve had and how severe they were, whether you’ve done heavy workouts much of your life, your dietary history, and so on. … Yet I’ve been working with such things for about 30 years now, providing …

Better ANSWERS to the Puzzles of
Posture, Pain & Dysfunction 
with a Focus on Prevention

both with myself and my Clients & Students. And yes, I’ve had way more than my share of problems to resolve with my own muscles, too. In fact, two chiropractors who X-rayed my spine several years ago said they were amazed I could even walk let along not be in pain all the time. So I speak, unfortunately, of direct experience in these matters.

But of course, having pain that, literally, threw me on the floor several times a week is a primary reason I got so good at helping other people with such problems, and figuring out what happens and why.

If you continue reading, you’ll get more insight and be able to read some TESTIMONIALS from some of my Clients and Students I’ve helped along the way. (The Testimonials page opens in a new Window so you won’t lose this page if you want to come right back.)

But, first, let me tell you a quick story . . .

A True Story of BodyMind Mastery:
The CLEAN SLATE

There once was a Martial Arts Monastery in the Far East that had an unusual approach to foundational training. Unusual for our Western culture, anyway. An approach I think we can, and should, all learn from.

I’m not sure if it’s still there, but in the 1980s there was a video about this monastery in which the newly accepted monks went through a truly profound, though simple, process.  It was a process giving them the neuromuscular preparations and foundation necessary to become True Masters of the fighting and meditational arts. … Masters of their BodyMind.

And NO, you are not going to have to go through all this to get the results you are looking for. But this story makes an important point. (Well, you’ll want to do at least SOME of it, but we must be realistic here!)

Upon acceptance into monk-hood, and before they were allowed to do ANY exercise or fighting techniques, they were given a Clean Slate. Their muscles were restored, as much as possible, to a state which allowed them to build their strength, endurance, cardiovascular, coordination, and psycho-physical skills to their maximum, with the least amount of resistance, stress and strain as possible.

And whenever they did contract or tighten their muscles to accomplish a task or movement or full out action, they could, when done with that action or task, instantly return to the fully relaxed state at will.

The Ultimate Relaxation Training

This was done by not by strength or endurance training, but by Relaxation Training. But not just any old relaxation. … This was the REAL Thing, the kind of relaxation that some people only dream about, and few people take the time to achieve.

So … the brand new monk would lay flat on a table, almost naked. An older monk would climb up, sometimes even standing on the table, and, when necessary, holding onto a rope that dangled from a structure above. He would then proceed to use his feet (and hands too) to massage the new monks muscles — every portion of every single muscle, in his whole body — for extended periods of time, for HOURS a day, all week long, for many weeks.

(This video was seen in 1985, and I think it was about a six hour per day, six week or so process. … But please don’t hold me to those exact numbers. The point is, it was a LOT. More massage than most people get in a lifetime.)

Can You Imagine That? —
Many Hours A Day Of Deep, Therapeutic Massage,
Every Day, for Many Days on End?

Every knot … Every tight spot … Every wire or cord of muscle … would be released from the Bonds of Tension. Bonds that might be holding YOUR body back from the things you want it to do.

Too Much Talk About Strength

Now, everyone is always talking about STRENGTHENING muscles. And yes, strength, endurance & cardiovascular health ARE very important. No doubt about it. But if you cannot RELAX those strengthened muscles, they will, someday, get even with you. Someday, they will become so tight, you will beomce so compressed, something is going to give.

Remember Newtonian Physics: for EVERY ACTION,
there is an EQUAL & OPPOSITE RE-ACTION

So, in DSL Physics: for EVERY MUSCLE CONTRACTION,
there MUST be an EQUAL & OPPOSITE DE-CONTRACTION,
or the Residue Of That Muscular Action will get stored in
your neuromuscular system, FOR LIFE!

And even if you do NOT do all that strengthening exercise, your muscles are STILL going to shorten up and compress your body anyway. We are always using muscles to some degree, even if we’re not exercising, at all. Heck, even NOT using muscles causes them to chronically contract, too. Most of the time, when people feel like their muscles are getting flaccid, it is an illusion.

Do Everything, or Do Nothing …

Either way, your muscles still chronically contract over time if you do not work at reversing the Tension Accumulation Process. That’s why nearly everyone gets “tighter” as they get older. … It’s just the way the neuromuscular system works. …

At best, you’ll only stiffen up a lot. Yet for many people, they will issue you a cane and you’ll have to walk around bent over for the rest of your life.

BentMan-COLOR

Now, to get back to the objective of the more experienced and knowledgeable monks, it was to eliminate, as much as possible, every last bit of excess muscle tension in the new monks’ muscles. And of course, for this to happen, since the nerves and brain control muscle tension, the nervous system must have calmed down to allow this profound level of relaxation. And of course, Martial Arts in the Far East includes a substantial amount of meditation within it.

This Total Body-Mind Integration & DE-Conditioning provided the Clean Slate that would make the new monk’s training — including any subsequent STRENGTH & ENDURANCE Training — the MOST efficient and effective possible.

Why? … And How? … Did they do this? Why go to such lengths just to “work out”?

Let’s Say You’re An Athlete or Musician:
A Golfer, Tennis Player, or a Concert Violinist,
just for Examples . . .

If you are any kind of an athlete, musician, or sportsperson, or anyone else who uses their body in very precise or physically demanding ways, you might have heard that One Secret (yes there are MANY secrets, but we’ll save those for later) to perfecting your skills and abilities is to Practice Perfectly. Every movement must be practiced very precisely, exactly as it needs to be done for perfect execution when actually in performance or competition.

(This is even true of typing on your keyboard!)

And this is why many martial arts masters have their students do, in the early stages of training, all of their movements in a very relaxed, slowed down state much of the time. That way, they can pay attention to the very slightest details of the movements, working on precision, trajectory, and accuracy, leading to better performance later when they turn on the full power and speed.

But in my work with many musicians, golfers, polo players and other sports people, some of them — or their instructors or coaches — were often frustrated that sometimes, the Student just could not do the moves the way they were supposed to. They were always just a little bit off, or not enough power, or too much power, or something. No matter how slowly or carefully they practiced, it was always not quite there.

And they could not understand … WHY?

Excess Muscle Tension Fights Precision

What they — the coaches and students both — didn’t know (until I started working with them) was that excess muscle tension or dis-coordinated muscle fibers within a muscle, even small amounts, can-NOT produce the required movements. No matter how hard you try, no matter how careful you are, muscles or muscle fibers that are too tense or out of synchronization with each other will NOT let you fully & precisely accomplish the desired movement.

Or, those dis-coordinated muscle fibers will interfere with other muscles, or parts of muscles, that are trying to accomplish or participate in the movement. It only takes a very small nodule of excess tension or dis-coordinated fibers within a muscle to start a life-long process which increasingly interferes with the normal and natural movement of that muscle.

And if you try too hard to synchronize or train or strengthen the muscle when too many fibers are too tense or dis-coordinated, your very own muscles will be fighting your very own muscles. … Not the best Pathway to Success.

The Follow Through, Regardless of What You Do:
Whether It’s Golf, Tennis, Polo . . .  You Name It . . .

So, if you are a Golfer or Tennis player, for instance:

Maybe your follow through just never quite follows all the way through. … Or it never tracks quite right. … Or you find yourself forcing your game too much, instead of letting the club or racket do the work. And you just can’t seem to fix it, no matter how hard you try. … Why? What’s Happening?

Well if, for example, your oblique muscles (more-or-less on the front and sides of your abdomen, just to the sides of your Rectus Abdominus* muscles are too over-shortened and/or stressed, they will not lengthen out far enough or fast enough, nor precisely enough. They will not allow your rib cage to travel, to rotate far enough, to it’s full range-of-motion along the exact path you want them to travel.

(* The Rectus Abdominus muscles are also known as the washboard/six-pack.)

With too much residual tension in your muscles, that follow-through movement just can NOT and will NOT happen … No matter HOW much training you do, no matter how strong you are.

Trying to overpower your own muscles with more muscle power is seldom a winning strategy.

And coming at it from the other side of the equation, if the muscles are over-shortened, they will not be able to release and deliver as much power, strength and speed as is actually available. The power may actually BE there, but it cannot be released if the muscles are too tight. Your power is trapped inside of your own muscles . . .

Until You Clean the Slate

Or, if there is dis-coordination between the neuromuscular units within a muscle, the muscles cannot respond to the nerve signals exactly as your mind is trying to orchestrate them. It just cannot happen … no matter how much training you do. So you start losing coordination, balance, agility and control. You get frustrated. Sometimes pain develops. So while someone might be telling you must have damaged nerves, in many cases, it is only the . . .

Chronic, Excess Muscle & Nerve Tension . . .

or C.E.M.&.N.T. for short . . .

that is the real source of your problems. And for a lot of people, it actually does feel like CEMENT in their body, because the muscles are so tight and heavy or dense feeling. Quite often, when I am working with someone with a really tight muscle, they think it’s actually a bone! Muscles really CAN get that tight!

Some therapists mistakenly call these “calcifications” or “scar tissue” or other such descriptions. Sometimes they’ll even think these things are “bone spurs.” But MOST of the time, they are really just tight muscles. Nothing trivial, of course, but if it is a tight muscle, that means YOU can DE-Contract or Relax it.

Until You Clean the Slate of Excess Muscle Tension

You clean the slate by learning how to relax those muscles, just like the monk on the table, but without such extreme measures. You can learn how to Feel, Relax, Lengthen, Balance & Control your muscles and their tension levels. Then of course, there is the very long list of long-term effects these over-shortened and dis-coordinated muscles can cause, many of which will just start clearing up as your tension levels go down. We’ll get to that in a minute. But let’s take the most obvious one for most people.

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Slouching, Hunching & Bad Posture

Many people are told that as we all get older, getting a little — or a lot — hunched over is just part of the “normal” aging process. It’s just a part of life. Well, not to be contrary, but NO IT’S NOT! (Okay. That was just a little bit contrary.)

Getting hunched over is NOT inherent in getting older as far as the Clock or Nature goes.

But it usually happens because of one thing . . .

And it’s NOT the so-called “Aging” Process.

Now, MOST people will tell you bad posture, slouching and hunching is from “weak” back muscles, or “weak” abdominals. And therefore, of course, you must strengthen those muscles to achieve better posture. Even though your back muscles are tight, hard and exhausted, you need to work them EVEN HARDER to get them EVEN TIGHTER to get them EVEN STRONGER so they can, eventually, do the job nature intended. … Or so they say.

Or you have to work those ABs muscles to “Support The Lower Back” and Spine. … Do you by any chance get the sneaky idea that, in general and in most cases, I don’t agree with any of that?

Just look at most little kids. … Soon after they’re old enough to walk, they stand and sit perfectly upright with very little strength or tension developed in their back muscles — or any muscles, for that matter. And they never went to a Pilates or Yoga class, either.

So, if they can stand or sit so straight with NO apparent effort, why can’t YOU? … That’s because the child’s built in natural forces are still working, still holding their body upright, the correct way. Until they start sitting, for example, in improperly designed chairs, that is. Which is most chairs. But we’ll get back to those natural forces in a minute.

The Near-Myth of Muscle Weakness

But yes, for a lot of people, that “weak muscle” idea FEELS and SOUNDS like the truth. The back muscles have been achy and strained for a long time. They are often sore to the touch, and sometimes even when not touching them. When you pick things up you feel pain. They FEEL weak. What else could it be besides weakness?

Bent Man with Bulging Water Balloon

Muscles on Front & Sides of Your Belly, PLUS Gravity, Pulling Down on Front of Your Body, sometimes Causing Belly to Ballon Out

Your back muscles are not weak, they are EXHAUSTED.

Now, if you did a hundred push ups and then, a minute later, you could not do even ONE more, could we call you weak? … Of course not, you just did a hundred push ups! … But for the moment, your are exhausted. It’s not weak muscles, it’s exhausted and over-srained muscles.

CAVEAT: Yes, sometimes, there ARE people who have truly weak muscles causing some problems. And if they do, I highly encourage them to do strength training. BUT, when it comes to MOST posture, pain and dysfunction issues, it is far more often muscles that are over-worked, over-shortened, and out of balance with each other, that is the more important issue.

For a number of reasons, a better strategy is to relax, lengthen & balance the muscle’s, THEN figure out which are the truly weak muscles. And at that point, because you’ve significantly reduced the C.E.M.&.N.T., you can more safely strengthen your muscles without worrying about compressing your joints, nerves, blood vessels, and so on, which WILL happen if you have too much C.E.M.&.N.T. in your body. . . .

In 30 plus years of working with people with these issues (I started Private Practice in 1981), I have NEVER ONCE strengthened anyone out of a posture, pain or dysfunction issue. I’ve always focused on the Feel, Relax, Lengthen & Balance approach. … But it is just AMAZING how much stronger they feel, often with more energy, when their muscle chronic, excess muscle tension is released.

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What About Weak Abs?

Now, most people think there is No Tone in their AB muscles. Or that the reason some of their muscles feel soft to the touch is because they are weak. Well, your ABs might not be as strong as your back muscles, but in reality, the main problem is that they are chronically over-shortened. If you’ve been slouched on the couch watching TeeVee for an hour or two a night for more than a few months, or you slouch in front of your computer or in your car seat for long periods of time, or you are bent over washing dishes, vacuuming, and on and on, then your ABs ARE over-shortened, No Question about it.

Unless, of course, you have an adequate Tension Reduction Strategy.

AND …if you’ve been doing a lot of AB strengthening exercises, especially sit ups, crunches or the like, you’ll probably be in even WORSE shape.

Unless, of course, you have an adequate Tension Reduction Strategy. (Or did I already say that?)

So here it is . . .

THE Primary Cause of Bad Posture . . .
And ONE of the Major Causes of Back Pain . . .

. . . is the DOWNWARD PULL of your ABDOMINAL MUSCLES on the front and sides of your torso. (That’s the rectus abdominus and obliques, and the latissimus dorsi muscles, in case you’re curious.) When these muscles shorten, they pull down on your rib cage, causing you to lean forward slightly.

Your back muscles — because of something called Structural Homeostasis, which keeps your body balanced as best as possible within the field of gravity — must pull back the other way to lift your torso back up again. Your back muscles are simultaneously fighting your over-shortened AB muscles AND the force of gravity. 

For a number or reasons, in a tug of war against your AB muscles, your back muscles ARE in the end going to lose. It’s just a matter of time.

(And contrary to what your personal trainer might tell you — about something called reciprocal inhibition, which is supposed to balance all this out — these tension patterns get increasingly locked in place, and DO NOT, usually, let go or neutralize sufficiently to prevent the excess tension build up.)

If the muscles are contracted often enough, for long enough periods of time, their tension becomes chronic, meaning you cannot easily let go of that tension with your mind or the usual stretching techniques. This back and forth between ABs and back muscles goes on over the years, with each group of muscles getting just a little bit shorter and tighter over the years.

Hopefully, at this point, you’re starting to develop a better picture of this C.E.M.&.N.T. thing.

So, back to the Golf, or Tennis, or whatever sport you play: those back and AB muscles just cannot deliver the necessary power because they will not lengthen out enough, no matter how fundamentally strong you are.

The neat thing is that a LOT of this problem can start to resolve itself if you start with Restoring the Real Basics of Effortless, Great Posture, of rebalancing how your body relates to gravity. … Now, this CAN get to be a pretty involved topic, but for now, here is . . .

The SECRET to Effortless Great Posture:

Learn How to Feel, Relax & LENGTHEN Your Abdominal Muscles.

Water Balloons & Posture-UP

As muscles surrounding your belly Relax & Lengthen, they allow the Water Pressure within your belly to Buoy You Upward. (It helps to be well hydrated, however.)

One of those Natural Forces is Internal WATER PRESSURE, especially in your abdomen.

You’ve heard of Fluid Movement, right? Well, they weren’t kidding. It is, literally, the water pressure within your abdomen (along with the air in your lungs) that actually buoys your rib cage and torso upward. Your back muscles are not supposed to be working very much to do this action. (Water Pressure is at work in all the other areas of your body, too, including your joints, keeping them decompressed.) And . . .

Gravity Is NOT The Enemy

How many times have you heard about us humans having to fight against gravity to stay upright? That evolution screwed up by getting us up off all fours, and put us upright against gravity?

Well, I don’t believe it.

(And neither does Dr. John Sarno, the MD who wrote Mind Over Back Pain and Healing Back Pain. He has a very high success rate at healing back pain through non-traditional means. And does not believe the Failed Evolution thing, either.)

In reality, if gravity is pulling equally on all sides of your body, then it is actually Gravity, in coordination with the buoyancy of your internal Water Pressure, that’s holding you upright.

Under normal postural circumstances, your muscles only have to manage the relationships between gravity, the water pressure, and your bones and joints. They are only exerting a small amount strength or power for “holding you up.” As long as you are not carrying weight or exerting much force, your muscles can do this with very small amounts of tension.

This way, instead of your back muscles working to hold you up all the time when you are just sitting or standing, they are far more available for the other tasks they were actually designed to do, like effortlessly moving your spine where it needs to go.

(There is one abdominal muscle, called the Transversus Abdominus, that acts like a girdle around you waist, and people are always asking how to strengthen that muscle. But initially, it’s more important to reduce the resistance in the other abdominal muscles.)

So when you do lift things or exert forces, your muscles are more fully available to do their real job. …

Well, that’s half of it, anyway. . . .

Structural Balance Between Muscle Groups

The other half of overall structural & postural balance is that your AB muscles — called your lumbar flexors — operate in precise balance with the hip extensors — your hamstrings and gluteals along the backside of your butt and thighs.

You see, because of that structural homeostasis thing I mentioned earlier, your ABs can only lengthen out so far if your hamstrings and gluteals are too short, and vice vera. Both muscle groups have to lengthen out in more or less equal amounts, in order to stay in balance with each other. So they must be addressed more or less in balance with each other.

So if, for example, you sit in a chair with your lower legs at 90 degrees to the floor and knees at 90 degrees (like the allegedly good ergonomic instructions tell you too!!!), or if your lower legs are tucked under your chair seat at all, or if you are a runner (among other possibilities), then you are very likely GOING to have too-short, too-tight hamstrings.

As Muscles Release, Everything Starts To Normalize

Now, as you start this process of learning how to Feel, Relax, Lengthen & Balance your muscles, they also start to restore their coordination. Their tendency to fight each other starts dissolving. More energy and strength is released. You can deliver more power in what ever it is you do. … Sometimes instantly.

This happens quite quickly for some people, more slowly for others. It depends on how much trauma they’ve had, how much tension building exercise they’ve done, or just how long they’ve been sitting wrong, or whatever. But it does work, because it is based on the Natural Laws of how your body works. Laws that not a lot of people talk about much.

Even most yoga teachers and massage therapists are not as up on these principles as you might think. (That’s why they come to take my Training Programs!)

Monastery Not Required

Now, I can go on, and on, and on about this stuff. But I would think you are getting at least a good part of the Big Picture here. You’re probably getting the idea this is a really different approach than most of what you have run into out there.

Now, you probably are not going to move to a monastery in India or China and get some monk to massage you with their feet all day long for weeks on end, even if you wanted to. And since you are probably not about to be in some fight-to-the-death martial arts match, you are probably not in as big a hurry, either.

But you CAN start the process of releasing your chronic muscle tensions. You can start normalizing your body.

So … How do you do THAT?

The Tension Reduction Tool Box

The BEST TOOL I know of is Conscious Stretching, or Physical/Mental Yoga. And my variation, Let-Go Yoga.

The mental part of yoga is not some woo-woo, esoteric thing, but just an acknowledgment that many, if not most, muscle tensions start in the brain, and many of them in the mind, such as when you get upset with someone and find yourself tensing up, like when you’re driving a car. These are not necessarily “psychological” issues in the therapy sense, just part of the normal, every-day function of being human.

The physical part of yoga is about placing your body in certain positions giving you the leverage you need to learn how to feel, relax and lengthen your muscles.

But it’s important to approach it differently than a lot of people do, including yoga teachers. And that is, it is NOT very much about how far or deep you can get into the position. That’s only a by-product of what yoga is really about. All you want, at least in the beginning stages, is just enough stretch to feel the tension, then release it with your Breathing and simply Paying Attention to what you are feeling. … In many cases, it’s just that simple.

It’s a NO Pain, MORE Gain Approach

You should NOT be feeling ANY pain, or significant discomfort, NOT even be tolerating the sensation. You should LIKE it, or be NEUTRAL about it, but NOT tolerating it. If you are tolerating it, you’re too deep, and need to back out some.

That, by-the-way, simple as that sounds, is the single HARDEST thing for many of my Clients & Students to get and do.

The Next Best Tool is a modified Tai Chi/Chi Kung Movement System that works really well for some things. This is about using hyper-relaxed, gentle, full-range body movements to help your bodymind UN-learn it’s excess and unnecessary tension, stress & habit patterns.

This style of work is not always as efficient and effective as Conscious Stretching for fully releasing deeply held neuromuscular tensions, but it can be very effective to varying degrees for different people. But if you get too bored doing the slower paced yoga, this is a good start.

Yoga-based, Hands-On Bodywork

For those who have a LOT of trauma and high-stress tension accumulated that just will not respond well to stretching or relaxed movement, then hands-on, manual bodywork is almost the only way you’re really going to get that stuff to release and relax. At least that’s my experience, both with my Clients and my own significant issues with my own body. That’s why I developed my system of Yoga-based, BIO-Structural Bodywork.

While some of these techniques can be self applied with your hands or a massage tool, you can also enlist family or friends, or find a massage therapist/bodyworker who is willing to work with you based on the principles you learn from me.

Now, you might be thinking that I am about to sell you something.

Nope. … I wouldn’t want your muscles to tighten up. … You’ve got enough stuff — or people — doing that already, I bet.

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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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