Special Offer for Yoga Lunchbox readers

Thank you for reading Donna Farhi's article, 'The Root Cause of Back Pain'. The article was derived from Donna's new book co-authored with Leila Stuart, Pathways to a Centered Body: Gentle Yoga Therapy for Core Stability, Healing Back Pain, and Moving with Ease. If you’d like to learn more about how to use Yoga Therapy to improve your core body balance, for a limited time we are offering a free download of two chapters of the book. You’ll find many foundation practices you can use immediately, including different variations of Constructive Rest Positions (CRP) that can be used for specific spinal conditions.

The pre-launch offer has now expired. To purchase the book, click here.

The book has been described as:

. . .Capturing the very essence of how to approach healing back pain with Yoga therapy and core stability. – Elise Miller M.A., Senior Certified Iyengar teacher

. . . clear, intelligent, and an easily absorbed guided with beautiful illustrations and photos . . . – Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, Founder and Educational Director of the School for Body-Mind Centering®

. . . a bible for Yoga Teachers, dancers and somatic practitioners. – Peter Appel, bodymindlove.com

. . . this is embodied anatomy at its very best–a veritable treasure trove of tried and tested practices. Prepare to enter with one body and leave with another. – Lisa Petersen, Yoga Teacher, Yoga Therapist, Somatic Movement Educator

A pragmatic, cutting-edge, intelligently applied therapy that empowers us to self-heal. This extensively researched, thorough exploration describes the profound role of the psoas muscle as a core stabiliser. It educates us to gently come in touch with, and move from our center in the pursuit of internally focused, integrated, and wholesome being. – Dr Monica Gauci, (Rehabilitative Chiropractor), PAK, Yoga Therapist (IAYT, AAYT), E-RYT 500.

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