Whether you are recovering from back pain or simply want to avoid it, this program offers tools to build stability and hone body awareness so you can live a long life with a pain-free back.
Over the course of five 30-minute classes, Schuyler shares the techniques and exercises she used to heal her own chronic back pain — and still uses every day.
This is an all-levels yoga program, but no matter your experience you will gain a deeper understanding of proper alignment, more control in movement transitions, and more confidence to find your edge without compromising your back.
5 video and audio practices
(More than 2.5 hours with Schuyler)
Bonus "Yoga Lab" on the Bandhas
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Schuyler Grant has been practicing and studying yoga for more than 20 years. Her signature style integrates the breath-based flow of Ashtanga with the precision of Iyengar. She is a co-founder of Wanderlust and the founder of Kula Yoga Project, and is dedicated to bringing her students deep and transformative mind-body experiences.
"I love this core/back care course! Schuyler is an amazing, excellent teacher! I read Dr. Sarno’s books and definitely appreciate the mind-body link! Thanks!"
"Loved the class today, thank you! I'm looking forward to doing yoga tomorrow and learning how to support my back better."
"Really appreciate finding this community and am grateful to hear what others have shared about their experiences. I’m looking forward to continuing and discovering some deeper awareness and strength in my core!"
"Wow! The inner back - never heard of it nor have I felt it in all the yoga classes I've taken. The need to surrender (a challenge for me as I prefer action) and undo, especially given the chronic tightness and occasional spasmodic sensitivity of my lower back is a whole new way to approach my painful-for-three-decades lumbar region!"