DSL Edgework: Advanced Principles & Techniques in Soft Tissue Therapy

DSL Edgework: mindful medical massage, myo-structual bodywork, structural yoga therapybent posture - aging & injury, just don't do it - myo-structural bodywork, mindful medical massage, DSL Edgework

Application of these Teachings will take Yoga to new heights in the Western World. The DSL Method is profoundly sensible.

Leslie Hunter
Yoga Teacher
Sedona, Arizona

Having had experience with many different bodyworkers, David’s [DSL Method] 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, M.D.
Nutritionally Oriented M.D. & Yoga Teacher
Marino Center • Wellesley, Massachusetts

David is an “important leader in the field of BodyWork.”

From a Workshop Brochure from the
National Holistic Institute • Emeryville, California

The students in Heartwood’s approved Massage program felt that The DSL Method was the most valuable work in Heartwood’s massage curriculum. Many  students felt that David’s work instilled a sense of competence in their ability to do massage & bodywork. It is an open ended system allowing and encouraging students to continually improve their work through active practitioner/client exchange. I have personally found that, based on feedback from clients, The DSL Method is on par with, if not superior to, the other major bodywork systems available today.

Rex Dippre
Massage Therapist
Arcata, California
(Former Director of Admissions @
Heartwood Institute, 1989-1992)

David is a Master Bodyworker who continues to be invited back here over and over by clients who love his work! His yoga workshops help one to get into their body and experience the principles of how yoga and the body works.

Sandy Aquila • BodyMind Therapist & Director,
Omaha Healing Arts Center • Omaha, Nebraska

Through my years of experience in clinical practice and taking over 100 seminars in bodywork, I have found The DSL Method to be the missing link toward a greater understanding of human physiology and chronic reflex pain patterns. I endorse and highly recommend taking a course in The DSL Method.

Kyle Wright, L.M.T.
Wright Center of Advanced Bodywork
Advanced Schools of Bodywork
Asheville, North Carolina

I’m writing to let you know I found your seminar very motivating & informative. I know areas I can & will study further, your class gave me the incentive. I like the Edge concept … it was really exciting to feel the muscle tension releases. I can’t say enough about your work. … I know this method will become known and used. It’s got to because its just so very, very, helpful.

Susan Biercuk  • Massage Therapist

David Scott Lynn is fast developing into one of the bright teachers in the field of bodywork. His knowledge and enthusiasm challenges the student to begin thinking  and experiencing themselves and  their clients in new ways.

Gene Arbetter  • Massage Therapist
Chicago, Illinois

David’s emphasis on viewing posture as dynamic with the focus on the individual has increased my results. I would recommend the course to anyone who is looking for an understanding of the structural functioning of the body.

Ralph Stephens • L.M.T. , N.M.T.
Sports Massage Instructor
Iowa City, Iowa

David Scott Lynn is addressing and challenging issues that are not being significantly approached in the field of Massage & BodyWork.

Dan Ulrich • L.M.T.
Cofounder of Suncoast School of Massage &
Former Chairman of the Florida State Licensing Board
Tampa, Florida

From a professional bodyworker’s point of view, David Scott Lynn’s work is exemplary. This is not a massage, it is [as much as possible] a pain free release done at the deep muscle level & a perfect complement to other forms of bodywork you may employ. I am completely devoted to his work and would stand in line on a rainy day behind the rest of you for one of his sessions.

Karen Spencer • Chinese Massage Therapist
Prescott, Arizona

Elements of the DSL Edgework:

Myo-Structural Bodywork / Structural Yoga Therapy
— Mindful Medical Massage —
Whole Health Education & Therapeutics

Physical / Mental & Relational Yoga (Yoga for the WEST of US)

• The EdgeTouch™ Hands-On Release Technique (Mindful Medical Massage)

• BIO-Structural Analysis & Postural Assessment

Myo-Structural Bodywork & Balancing

• Self Care & Injury Prevention for Yoga Teachers, Massage Therapists & Bodyworkers

• Advanced Structural Anatomy & Functional Kinesiology

• Neuromuscular & Myofascial Physiology & Neurology

• YogasAnalysis™ & Therapeutic Strategies

• Internal / External Ergonomics

• Tai Chi / Chi Kung-based Movement Therapy

• SECC: Strength, Endurance, Cardio & gross Coordination

For David’s Website, Please Click Here:

David Scott Lynn’s Website

Structural Balancing: A Clinical Approach — Textbook

A 380-Page Textbook Describing the Work taught at NCSAB, based in great part on DSL Edgework, David’s Method of Soft Tissue Therapy

David Scott Lynn and Kyle C. Wright collaborated on the textbook: Structural Balancing: A Clinical Approach, (scroll down on the linked the page to see the details) published by McGraw Hill in 2011

OR, Contact Kimberly Williams at NCSAB

(980) 224-8449

e-Mail: admissions@ncsab.com