If you’re wondering how something that takes only 20 seconds can eliminate years—if not decades—of relentless back pain…nonstop shoulder or neck pain…agonizing knee pain…unbearable muscle soreness…and debilitating headaches, cramps, or ANY kind of discomfort, then you’re going to want to keep reading…
Because I’m about to show you how a simple—if somewhat bizarre—yoga technique can “trick” your body into becoming pain-free…and help you enjoy fast, lasting relief!
Missi is a fitness and nutrition expert, certified yoga instructor and personal trainer. She's worked with hundreds of clients to help them improve their fitness, build strength, relieve chronic pain, and enhance mobility. She is a master nutrition therapist and holds a degree in Health and Exercise Science from Colorado State University.
I’m Missi Holt and I’m an NSCA-certified Personal Trainer, Master Nutrition Therapist, Registered Yoga Instructor, and former ballerina. I’m about to share a radical discovery that’s changed my life…
…it’s eliminated years of chronic back pain and excruciating neck pain due to a serious car accident I suffered more than 11 years ago…
…it’s been tested on long-term pain sufferers who’ve seen it quickly eliminate agonizing aches and discomfort when nothing else worked (in fact, one study showed it brought relief for 100% of people who used it!)…
…and it’s something I’ve personally used to help dozens of clients—people like YOU—free themselves from crippling pain and get their lives back.
Thanks to this discovery, you can finally get back to doing the activities you love without sitting on the sidelines of life.
You can finally say “goodbye” to toxic medications and pain pills that cause your body to suffer unpleasant and even life-threatening side effects.
And you can finally declare victory over pain…without spending a fortune on doctors’ bills, surgery, physical therapists, prescription and over-the-counter drugs, and other treatments that simply keep you locked up in “pain prison”!
Now, when you’ve been to doctor after doctor and tried what feels like everything under the sun already, you may be sick of people claiming it can be so easy…
And you may be skeptical of doing ANY exercise—including yoga—when your body is hurting.
But most sports medicine and rehabilitation doctors prescribe movement therapy to just about all of their patients. And for many, their #1 recommended therapy is yoga. That’s because…
The postures and movements in yoga are gentle and low-impact. They can be easily adapted to any fitness level, from total beginner to advanced athlete or yogi. And they work fast—often within seconds—to stop pain and make you stronger and more flexible!
There’s also plenty of hard science that proves yoga can help you get and stay pain-free.
Like one study that showed older adults with knee arthritis who had NEVER done yoga before reduced pain by 38% and stiffness by 35% after just 8 weekly classes of yoga1…
Or another study that showed patients with chronic low back pain reduced their pain by 49%…improved spinal mobility by 50%…and decreased depression by 47%2 after just 1 week of daily yoga…
Or another study that showed 40% of the participants doing yoga enjoyed a significant and measurable reduction in pain…after a single 1-hour session3!
I’ll share more details on these and other studies in a moment. But there’s one crucial thing these studies won’t tell you that I had to figure out on my own…
It’s a simple, 20-second, body-transforming technique I’ve discovered that allows you to zero in on your personal pain points and give yourself instant, targeted relief.
By doing yoga this special way that I’ve discovered, you’ll become much stronger and more flexible—and bulletproof your body against future pain and injury. In no time, you’ll get back the pain-free life you thought would never be possible for you again.
I know it may be hard to believe, but that’s exactly what happened to me.
Twelve years ago, I was T-boned at an intersection early one morning when I was driving to work. The guy ran a red light, slammed into my passenger side, spun my SUV across the road and kept going.
Miraculously, I emerged intact…but struggled with non-stop back pain from that day on. On top of the excruciating back pain, I suffered from debilitating neck pain on a daily basis. And the chronic joint pain that carried over from my younger ballerina days just added fuel to the fire.
Despite endless visits to doctors, chiropractors, physical therapists and osteopaths, nothing changed. No matter what I tried, I felt helpless. Even my Bachelor’s degree in Health and Exercise Science left me completely unprepared to deal with the day-in and day-out back and neck pain that was stealing my joy of living.
Here I was, a former ballerina and competitive runner, and I couldn’t come close to exercising like I did before. On top of it all, I was a personal trainer working with clients at a health club. And even though I was still hurting every day, I found myself pushing through the pain and not listening to my body, making matters even worse.
It got so bad, any kind of physical activity would have me gripping my back in pain and fighting off tears.
I had done “hot” yoga before my accident. That’s a type of yoga you do in a hot, humid room so you can sweat out more toxins and bend more easily in the poses.
But when I tried doing “hot” yoga in the months after my accident, I found it was way too hard on my body…even though I was still fairly flexible from my ballerina days.
So I began looking into other types of yoga. Having studied Health and Exercise Science in college, I knew yoga could be effective for improving my strength and flexibility, which would ultimately help with my pain.
The problem is, I’d go to yoga classes and feel like I was being rushed through the poses by the instructor. Since I had done yoga before, I felt like I knew what I was doing. But I saw people around me doing many of the poses the wrong way.
They had never been taught how to do these poses correctly in the first place. Nor had they been shown how to adapt them to their own level of strength and flexibility. That’s because most yoga classes can seem like they’re taught from a “one size fits all” standpoint.
So people end up forcing their bodies into poses that stretch their joints and muscles in new ways—instead of doing what’s right for them. This can make matters worse, not better!
As an experienced personal trainer at one of the best health clubs in my area, I was horrified. I knew there had to be a better way to teach and practice yoga.
So I decided to become a certified yoga instructor myself! I completed an intensive, 8-hour-a-day training program.
I learned about Iyengar yoga, which emphasizes proper body alignment during poses, and Vinyasa yoga, which focuses on breath-synchronized movement. I enrolled in a continuing education program as well.
But my greatest yoga lesson was something I ended up discovering on my own…
Not long after I completed my yoga instructor training program, I discovered a simple yet somewhat bizarre technique that had an amazing, pain-erasing effect.
It wasn’t something I learned about in my training program. I actually figured it out on my own. But I later found out there’s a name for it.
This little-known yoga technique is called the “re-bounce effect”. The “re-bounce” refers to the tightening and relaxing effect you get by incorporating small, targeted muscle contractions into whatever yoga poses you’re doing.
This “re-bounce effect” technique is actually used by rehabilitation doctors and physical therapists to help patients who suffer from chronic pain. That’s because these easy-to-do contractions greatly improve your flexibility while safely supporting your muscles and body alignment.
But what’s really great is this gentle yet dramatic “re-bounce effect” technique eliminates aches and tension wherever you’re hurting: your back, your head, your knees, your hips, your elbows, your feet, and anywhere else in your body. And it does so in as little as 20 seconds…or even less!
What’s more, each time you practice this simple yoga technique, you make your joints and muscles stronger and less likely to become injured. It’s like “pain-proofing” your entire body!
I couldn’t believe what an amazing difference doing yoga this way made. I had suffered from non-stop backaches and daily neck pain for years. It wasn’t until I began using this simple “re-bounce effect” yoga technique that all that relentless pain and suffering began to melt away.
Before long, I was working out and training clients at the gym—without pain. I could carry 3 or 4 grocery bags in one trip from the car. I could give “airplane rides” to my toddler niece. I started feeling like my old self again!
At night, I slept better than I had in years. Upon waking, I had none of the usual pain and stiffness in my back. For the first time in a long while, I woke up with a smile on my face each morning!
Best of all, I didn’t have to cope with that debilitating neck pain every day. This one improvement alone was priceless and helped me get my life back.
I didn’t need physical therapy any more. I didn’t need to take anti-inflammatories and other medications any more.
And I didn’t need to sit on the sidelines of life and feel like I was a 35-year-old trapped in an 80-year-old’s body any more.
In all those years of exercising and even doing yoga since my accident, I had never felt stronger, healthier, and more pain-free! And I knew it was due to this simple yoga technique most people have never heard of.
I couldn’t wait to share this discovery with other people suffering from pain and injury. At first I began using it with my clients at the gym where I worked as a personal trainer. Since the health club was in Colorado, many of my clients were skiers, hikers, and mountain bikers.
I began showing them how this “re-bounce effect” technique could help stabilize and protect their joints…improve their balance and flexibility…and eliminate any nagging aches and pains and keep them more active.
It was easy for my clients to incorporate these simple yoga moves and “re-bounce effect” technique into their regular workouts. And the feedback I got was incredible!
My clients told me this easy-to-do technique helped them perform better and feel more energized. And they didn’t feel nearly as stiff and sore after a long bike ride or a day spent hitting the slopes.
I knew I was onto something. So I decided to test my new approach outside of the health club where I worked.
I became a private personal trainer and nutritionist (I have a Master’s degree in Nutrition Therapy as well). I trained and advised a wide range of people in their own homes.
Many of these clients weren’t as healthy and active as the ones I worked with at the health club. Some had autoimmune issues or trouble walking. They also struggled with back pain, knee pain, and other types of pains.
These new clients of mine thought they were too inflexible to do yoga. But I shared these simple, gentle moves and “re-bounce effect” technique with them anyway.
Their results were amazing, in spite of the fact that they had a wide range of health and mobility issues. Some had struggled to sleep at night because of severe back pain. Others had trouble doing simple things like walking down stairs or taking their dog for a walk.
But they had no trouble performing these simple yoga moves and “re-bounce effect” technique. And after each one of them completed a single yoga session with me using this technique, I kept hearing how they instantly felt better!
They had less back discomfort, enjoyed better balance, and moved more easily and confidently. And the more they did these simple yoga moves, the better they felt!
In fact one of my clients who suffered from multiple sclerosis had this to say…
“I never realized how transformative yoga would be. Not only does my body feel more connected and activated, but my mental outlook has brightened and I feel like I can be engaged in life again.”
Every week my clients saw life-changing improvements. Months later, it was as if they had transformed their bodies. They were stronger, more flexible, and pain-free than they had ever been. Plus they were getting back to climbing stairs, walking their dogs, and enjoying their favorite activities easily and painlessly.
And it was all due to this simple “re-bounce effect”…the little-known technique I had incorporated into the targeted yoga moves I had taught them to do…some of which took as little as 20 seconds!
After seeing these incredible transformations in myself and my clients, I had to wonder…
After all, I had seen miraculous results with everyone who had used this simple “re-bounce effect” technique…and I had used it to free myself from years of daily backaches and debilitating neck pain.
That’s when I knew I had to take these yoga moves and “re-bounce effect” technique and teach others how to free themselves from pain. But I already had more clients than I could handle. And most people can’t afford to spend upwards of $80 to $100 an hour to have a personal trainer come to their home.
So I spent the next several months putting together a series of easy-to-do yoga sequences that incorporated the “re-bounce effect” technique I had been using so successfully.
I wanted to make it a complete self-treatment program that anyone could do at home…even if they’ve never done yoga before…and not have to pay hundreds of dollars a month to have someone teach it to them.
But so far I’d only tested this program on my clients and myself!
I wanted to go the extra mile and find out for myself if this new program was truly the breakthrough I thought it might be. So I decided to conduct my own study.
I invited 25 “beta-testers” to try out these pain-relieving yoga moves and “re-bounce effect” technique over a 4-week period. All of the beta-testers had pain issues—including neck pain, hip pain, shoulder bursitis, plantar fasciitis, digestive pain, mental and emotional stress, backaches and stiffness.
During weeks 1 and 2, the beta-testers focused on yoga poses to help them properly align their bodies. By doing these specific moves—and combining them with the “re-bounce effect” technique—they were able to start alleviating their pain right away.
During weeks 3 and 4, the beta-testers did a series of yoga sequences I designed to enhance body awareness and restore joint function. This allowed them to regain easy, flexible movement in parts of their bodies that felt sore and stiff before.
Let’s take a look at the results…
During the first 2 weeks, 80% of the participants did the yoga moves 3 times a week. Most of them felt stiff, sore, and achy, or emotionally stressed, before their yoga sessions. But after each yoga session, 100% of them felt better!
They reported less pain and increased flexibility. In fact, one of the participants said they were able to stop taking Advil® and other pain relievers after just the first week!
They also felt calmer, happier, and more relaxed. They slept better at night. And they enjoyed more energy and greater focus while awake.
As they completed the remaining 2 weeks, some of the participants didn’t do as many yoga sessions—only about half did them 3 times a week. But they still kept improving.
They felt energized, clear, focused, calm, centered, happy, and emotionally more balanced. Their bodies felt relaxed, less tense, and physically more flexible. And those everyday aches and pains continued to melt away…
One participant claimed after the third week, she was amazed that her agonizing neck pain she had suffered from for years was GONE!
And another participant—who had recently undergone a hip replacement and was scheduled for another 3 months later—noticed a dramatic difference. She had been favoring her “good” hip over her “bad” hip, and felt pain in both. Plus she suffered from plantar fasciitis from playing too much tennis.
The 4 weeks of yoga had put her entire body back into alignment, putting less stress on her “good” hip. She not only experienced less hip pain as a result, the rest of her body became more relaxed and supple.
That’s pretty amazing!
But despite the success stories I heard from my beta-testers, I still wanted more proof that these simple yoga moves and “re-bounce effect” technique really was the magic key I and so many others had been looking for.
So I went online to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) research database and began looking up studies. Do you know how many different studies came up when I searched “yoga” and “pain”?
There were 431 studies, almost all of them published just since the year 2000. And 306 were HUMAN clinical studies that’d been published in prestigious, peer-reviewed medical journals. This is considered the “gold” standard when it comes to studies.
As I combed through the studies, a few of the results jumped out at me—like this one…
One clinical study looked at a group of 60 men and women with an average age 484. All of them had been suffering from chronic low back pain for a very long time—11.2 years on average. And 48% of them were taking pain medications to control it.
All of the participants were given weekly, educational newsletters on back care during the study. But half of them were also prescribed once-weekly, 90-minute yoga classes for 16 weeks. The classes were based on Iyengar yoga, with a focus on improving alignment, flexibility, mobility, and stability.
Sixteen weeks later, the participants who had completed the 16-week yoga program were assessed and compared to those who had received the educational newsletters only. And the results were amazing.
At the end of the study, the participants doing once-weekly yoga had reduced their chronic low back pain by 64% on average. That’s nearly two-thirds!
What’s more, their level of functional disability (meaning any physical limitations due to their pain) decreased by an average of 77%. And those who had been using pain medication reduced the amount they took by 88%.
Best of all, when the yoga participants were evaluated 3 months later, they were still enjoying similar levels of pain reduction and improved function. And they had reduced their pain medication usage even more!
This goes to show that practicing yoga for as little as one session a week can have a dramatic effect in a short amount of time on reducing chronic low back pain…even if you’ve suffered from it for more than a decade!
Believe it or not, there are over 100 other human clinical studies on yoga and back pain—and many of them show significant improvements like these.
Like the study I mentioned near the beginning of this letter. It showed how people with low back pain reduced their pain by 49%…improved spinal mobility by 50%…and decreased depression by 47%5.
This was after just 1 week of daily yoga…and their pain reduction results were 2.8 times better than for the people who did physical therapy exercises in the control group!
But that’s not all. Depression and other emotional pain often accompany chronic back pain. In fact, a mammoth Canadian study on more than 118,000 people found that nearly 1-in-5 people with chronic back pain also suffer from depression6.
The good news is, there are at least 38 published clinical studies on yoga as a treatment for depression just on its own. It’s been shown to help ease depression and anxiety in everyone from breast cancer patients7 to expectant mothers8 to people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)9.
But what about other types of pain? Studies show yoga can be tremendously effective for just about anywhere you may be hurting…
I told you earlier about a study on the effects of yoga on osteoarthritis of the knees. The study showed just 8 weekly classes of yoga cut knee pain by 38% and stiffness by 35%10. And this was with a group of older women who had never done yoga before!
Well, guess what? Yoga also works wonders for other types of arthritis and joint pain…
But that’s not all…
Yoga has also been shown to significantly reduce headaches…migraines…even menstrual pain!
As you can see, yoga helps with all types of pain. It even helps banish a stiff, achy neck…
One area I’ve personally seen a dramatic difference with yoga for myself and in clients is with neck pain and stiffness. I’ve seen it help dramatically in even the most stubborn cases! And these results are backed up by studies…
One study of 51 middle-aged women with chronic neck pain found that those who underwent a 9-week yoga program enjoyed significant pain relief…both after the program ended and 12 months later17!
And another study of 77 men and women with chronic neck pain showed that those who completed 10 weeks of weekly Iyengar yoga classes decreased their pain by more than 71%18. This drastic improvement was attributed to the toning of muscles and release of tension that yoga provides.
As you can see, study after study confirms it doesn’t take long to see a dramatic reduction in pain with yoga. The studies I just shared with you took place over anywhere from just one week to 16 weeks.
And remember that study I mentioned near the beginning of this letter? It showed that one hour of yoga significantly reduced pain for 40% of the participants19. That’s right, just one hour!
But that’s not all. It turns out there are more than 3,000 studies that show yoga helps with everything from osteoporosis20 to fibromyalgia21 to insomnia22! It truly could be the best “health insurance” on the planet.
These studies were the missing piece of the puzzle I’d been looking for. I now had undeniable proof these simple yoga moves and little-known “re-bounce effect” technique I had used so successfully with my clients and beta-testers really worked.
But in all of my research, I had come across nothing but studies, articles on the internet, and a few books that talked about using yoga for pain relief. I had yet to find one complete program that showed people how to use these simple moves and “re-bounce effect” technique to put an end to their pain.
So my next step was to figure out a way to take the same program I had put together for my clients and beta-testers…and make it available to as many people as possible! And the sooner, the better. That’s because…
Chronic pain now affects at least 116 million Americans each year23. And many aren’t getting the care they need from the health-care system.
That’s according to a recent report by the Institute of Medicine (IOM), an offshoot of the National Academy of Sciences. The IOM claims this inadequately-treated epidemic is costing society anywhere from $560 to $635 billion annually. It’s no wonder they’re calling it a “public health crisis” of pain!
Here’s just how widespread this crisis is. In a recent Gallup study, 47% of U.S. adults surveyed said they had a least one kind of chronic pain (many had more than one)—including back pain, neck pain, knee pain, or other pain24. That’s nearly HALF the U.S. adult population!
And we’re not just suffering here in the U.S. A recent study found low back pain alone causes more disability than nearly 300 other conditions worldwide25. Nearly 1-in-10 people across the globe suffer from an aching lower back!
I knew that people here and around the world needed a much better, more effective solution than whatever they were doing now. I knew this first-hand, since I suffered through 10 years of daily backaches and neck pain before I found this solution myself.
Why should millions of others have to continue to suffer like I did, when something so simple could bring such incredible relief so quickly?
It was right then and there I made a big decision…
I decided to take this pain-erasing “re-bounce effect” technique I had incorporated into dozens of simple yoga moves and create a complete, easy-to-do, pain relief program that anyone could do on their own…and get fast, lasting relief for joint pain, backaches, headaches, cramps, or ANY kind of pain!
That’s how my new Yoga for Pain Relief program came to be. And I’m thrilled to be able to offer a total pain relief solution that’s everything I wanted it to be and more…
I wanted to make sure you have everything you need to build your strength…get your body into better alignment…enjoy greater flexibility and range of motion…and target wherever you’re hurting so you can finally put an end to those nagging aches and pains!
That’s why Yoga for Pain Relief gives you a complete, 12-week-long program designed to help you tap into yoga’s proven power to relieve chronic pain. You get access to professionally-produced videos that allow you see from each angle exactly what to do as I guide you through each pose.
It’s the next best thing to having a personal, one-on-one yoga training session with me…as many times as you like each week!
Yoga for Pain Relief is divided into 4 different phases. During each phase, you’ll be introduced to three new sequences of yoga poses (a sequence is a set of poses that flow from one to another). Each sequence runs about 25 to 30 minutes—but you can pause the video whenever you want or go back to review my step-by-step instructions. (Try doing that in an actual yoga class!)
Here’s what you’ll discover in each of the 4 phases:
Proper body alignment is a crucial component of yoga. The word “alignment” is often thrown around by a lot of yoga teachers, without explaining what it means for your body. Alignment simply means positioning your body in a way that allows you to get the full benefit of the pose while avoiding injury.
During each of the three sequences, you’ll find out how to properly align your body so you can start alleviating pain and stiffness immediately. You’ll discover how to align your breath with each movement…stretch and lengthen your spine and legs…open your shoulders and hips…and release tension from all over your body.
Tight muscles and stiff joints will become looser and more flexible. You’ll feel instantly lighter, calmer, and more relaxed. Right from the beginning, you may notice better sleep. Best of all, you’ll begin to experience significantly greater comfort! In fact, most people notice less pain during their first session.
Now that you’ve brought your body back into alignment, it’s time to go to the next phase. This is where you’ll really start to see a difference! During phase 2, you’ll begin to restore proper muscle function, increase body awareness, and rebuild healthy movement patterns.
I’ll lead you through three different sequences of yoga poses designed to reawaken your muscles and rebuild strength. No matter what level of fitness you’re at now, you’ll be able to move through these poses confidently and without difficulty.
Through each sequence, I’ll show you how to listen to your body and use your breath to release tension. You’ll begin to feel clear and mentally aware as you reset your body for pain-free living. You’ll also find you’re able to move more easily and naturally, and even begin returning to activities you may have stopped doing due to chronic pain.
This next phase invites you to begin to move your body more easily and fluidly. You’ll discover how to combine your breath with simple movements that allow for increased flexibility and range of motion.
During this next trio of yoga sequences we’ll be putting the “re-bounce effect” technique to maximum use. I’ll show you how to squeeze and release your joints and muscles to instantly relieve aches and tension. You’ll be amazed how much better you feel after using this simple technique!
Now that you’re more than halfway through the program, you’ll likely find you feel stronger and can move more easily in the poses. This improvement will carry over to your day-to-day activities, giving you better balance and mobility. You’ll also enjoy increased energy and a positive, can-do attitude that makes you happier and more productive.
In this last phase, we’ll combine strength and balance into an energizing and rejuvenating mind/body experience. Those chronic aches and pains will start to vanish completely, as your entire body becomes stronger and more stable.
I’ll walk you through three different sequences of poses that help build stronger knees and hip joints…firm and tighten your core muscles…and instantly release tension from your back and neck. I’ll also show you how to use the “re-bounce effect” technique to strengthen your legs and promote balance and stability.
It’s during this last phase that all of the poses you’ve learned so far come together. By combining them with the “re-bounce effect” technique and aligning each move with your breath, you’ll feel stronger…more flexible…and more pain-free than you’ve been in years. It’s as if you’ve transformed your entire body in just 12 weeks!
With Yoga for Pain Relief, you can do all 12 of the yoga sequences again and again, as often as you like. Or you can do them just 3 times a week and see dramatic results fast. It’s your choice. Regardless, you enjoy unlimited, lifetime access!
You get the complete 12-week program online or, if you choose, you can also get it on high-quality DVDs. Plus you can watch the videos online anytime, anywhere! It’s a completely portable, flexible program that works on your schedule…
Yoga for Pain Relief is there for YOU!
But that’s not all. As part of your 12-week program, you’ll get an in-depth QuickStart Guide to jumpstart your results. I’ll tell you how to avoid common yoga mistakes…and how to modify the poses if you have certain limitations or health conditions.
I’ll also explain how you can tell the difference between acute pain and chronic pain—and what to do to eliminate both. You’ll get all of this and much more in your QuickStart Guide…a $27 value!
I’m confident my Yoga for Pain Relief program will make a dramatic difference in how you feel and move each day. With everything you get, this incredible program should cost at least $627.
After all, you could spend upwards of $200 a month for unlimited yoga classes—or $600 for 3 months. That alone makes Yoga for Pain Relief at least a $600 value. (Of course, you can do the sequences again and again for months or years, potentially saving you thousands of dollars on yoga classes!) And you get a QuickStart Guide worth $27.
But you’re not going to pay anywhere close to $627. That’s because as part of a market test, I’m making this program available to you at a fraction of what you’d have to pay otherwise.
And since I want to make sure it’s the most powerful and effective pain-relieving program you’ve ever tried, I’m also including 4 amazing bonuses as part of this special introductory offer…
If you’re new to yoga, you may be wondering what an “asana” is. An asana is just another word for a posture. And postures (along with breathing) are the crucial building blocks in yoga.
These Daily Asanas break down each pose in the Yoga for Pain Relief program into simple, bite-size pieces. In less than 3 minutes per pose, we show you the correct alignment, how to engage your muscles, and provide breathing cues. At the end of each week, you’ll get to practice the poses combined together in a mini-sequence.
Included in your bonus gift are two 4-week programs…a full 8 weeks’ worth of Daily Asanas and mini-sequences to jumpstart and support your journey to pain-free living!
Plus you’ll also get a Daily Asana Program Guide with charts and information about the poses and a diary you can use to chart your progress.
Whether you’ve never done yoga before or you’ve been doing it for years, you may find it’s a great way to start before diving into the full 4-week program. And when you combine the Daily Asanas with the Yoga for Pain Relief program, you’ll maximum its effectiveness and speed up your pain relief even more!
If you’re in pain, chances are you’re suffering from chronic inflammation. The classic symptoms of inflammation include swelling, stiffness and limited range of movement.
One of the best ways to reduce chronic inflammation besides yoga is to change what you eat. Certain foods like dairy and wheat are common culprits in causing pain-inducing inflammation—but there are many others you may not suspect.
At the same time, certain anti-inflammatory foods can supply your body with vital nutrients for tissue repair, and promote healthy digestive and immune function. Not only will you become more pain-free, your energy will skyrocket and you’ll get more joy out of life!
That’s why the Anti-Inflammatory Diet Guide and Recipe Book are the perfect companion to my Yoga for Pain Relief program. This eating approach works quickly to relieve symptoms of chronic inflammation while keeping you satisfied and energized. It’s also easy to adapt to your lifestyle, food preferences, and digestive needs.
You’ll get all of the following:
I saved the best gift for last! That’s because if you’ve read this far, chances are you’re hurting somewhere right now. It could be your back…your knees…your hips…your stomach…or emotional pain and stress that’s become the bane of your existence. And while my Yoga for Pain Relief program will work wonders for all of these types of pain and many more, sometimes you want fast-acting, TARGETED relief you can put to work right away.
That’s what you’ll get in your FREE Yoga for Pain Relief Trouble Spot Tamer. It’s actually like 5 gifts in one! For each of 5 different trouble areas, you get a video showing you 3 yoga sequences that target specific pain points. Each workout can be completed in 15 minutes or less.
These powerful, targeted sequences will help you quickly find relief in the areas you want it most! They can be incorporated into your daily Yoga for Pain Relief program or simply used as needed.
Here’s what you get in your Yoga for Pain Relief Trouble Tamer:
Plus you also get the Trouble Tamer Program Guide explaining how to get the most out of each of these targeted, pain-stopping sequences. You’ll have everything you need to zero in on wherever you’re hurting most and find fast, lasting relief!
So how much do you think you might have to spend for everything you get in my Yoga for Pain Relief program?
After all, to get unlimited access to one-on-one yoga training, you’d have to spend upwards of $80 to $100 just for an hour. Even going to a group yoga class at a studio or gym could cost upwards of $200 a month.
And most yoga instructors I know charge $25 to $30 per class for people who just want to “drop in”…
Yet with Yoga for Pain Relief, you’re getting 6 hours of instruction in the 12-week, 4-phase program alone…plus another 2 hours in your bite-sized Daily Asanas…and nearly 3 hours in your Trouble Spot Tamer videos.
That adds up to 11 hours of instruction…which could cost you anywhere from $275 to $1,100 if you went to classes or worked with a personal coach.
Plus you get the Yoga for Pain Relief Anti-Inflammatory Diet, which includes an in-depth manual and 122-page recipe guide, packed with tasty, satisfying recipes… easily worth $97 on its own.
Plus you also get 3 different Program Guides to help you navigate each part of the Yoga for Pain Relief program and get the maximum pain-relieving results as fast as possible!
As you can see, you could easily shell out hundreds if not thousands of dollars to get everything I’ve included in this program. But even if you were willing to pay that much, chances are it’d be difficult—if not impossible—to find a tested, effective, and easy-to-do yoga program that uses the “re-bounce effect” technique to get you pain-free forever.
Like I said earlier, I want to help as many people who are suffering from chronic pain get the fast, lasting relief they deserve. So I’m making it as easy and risk-free as possible…
When you get started now, your cost for the full Yoga for Pain Relief program plus your 4 bonus gifts will be just $47. That’s a 45% savings off the regular price of $99! And it’s less than you’d probably spend just on a few classes at your local gym or yoga studio.
You’ll enjoy similar savings if you decide to get the yoga videos shipped to you on DVDs in addition to unlimited digital access (click the button below for more details.)
And thanks to our unconditional money-back guarantee, you can put this program to the test for a full 90 days without risking a penny! Simply let us know any time in the first 90 days and we’ll give you a 100% refund of the purchase price.
There’s absolutely ZERO risk in giving Yoga for Pain Relief a chance to work for you!
With Yoga for Pain Relief, you get unlimited access to a yoga program that’s been scientifically designed to make your body stronger, more flexible, and pain-free…and you can do it as many times as you like in a week for as long as you like!
Plus you get 4 fantastic bonus gifts to bring you even better results faster…
You don’t even have to leave your house or adjust your plans to fit someone else’s schedule, either. You can do these poses in your home at a time that works for you.
Even if you did join a yoga studio, you may never hear about this incredible “re-bounce effect” technique that helps you eliminate pain in as little as 20 seconds…while making you stronger and more flexible.
“As a geriatric rehabilitation M.D. who treats patients suffering from back pain, sciatica, post-stroke recovery, and various nerve injuries, yoga is my #1 recommendation for movement or exercise therapy. I find that Yoga for Pain Relief provides a gentle and highly effective solution, and the movements are very appropriate for anyone in pain. My patients who’ve used this program and stuck with it have all seen a significant benefit.”
Dr. Shayne Ladak, MD, ABDA, PCEP
Geriatrics and Dementia Care, Rehabilitation and Palliative Medicine
That’s why if you’re tired of suffering the same aches and pains every day…if you’re sick of living on anti-inflammatories and pain pills and worried about their nasty side effects…and if you’re fed up with not being able to do the things you love or feeling decades older than you actually are…
I can’t urge you enough to give Yoga for Pain Relief a try today!
Imagine being able to…
That’s what I’ve seen Yoga for Pain Relief do for me…my clients…my beta-testers…and everyone else I’ve seen who’s used this program to banish their pain and suffering.
I can’t wait to hear your personal success story in the weeks and months ahead!
Yours for pain-free living,
Founder and Creator, Yoga for Pain Relief
P.S. Yoga for Pain Relief gives you a no-doctor, no-drug solution for erasing chronic pain quickly and permanently. It’s safe and easy-to-do, even if you’re a total beginner. Plus it’s available anytime, anywhere, on your schedule…and puts you in control of your pain, not the other way around! You can get started now plus get 4 bonus gifts for just $47…and your 100% satisfaction is guaranteed with our 90-day money back guarantee!
Kathy A. in her mid 40’s says:“I have one replaced hip and on my way to the second. Have had hip pain in both hips and fighting plantar fasciitis from too much tennis. This program has helped re-balance me and has been a great complement to my other activities. My hips have felt better and the rest of my body is more relaxed and supple!”
Beve G. in her early 70’s says:“I had taken time off from doing yoga and pilates and was getting treatment for some shoulder pain. I realized I was getting less flexible, less mobile, less balanced and more stiff. I have been doing variations of yoga the past 7 years and really needed the fresh postures and adjustments I found in the [Yoga for Pain Relief] program. I truly believe this is the NOW program for my relief and healing in these areas: physically, mentally, emotionally, and nutritionally. Staying dedicated to this program day by day really brings great benefit. The postures are fun, new and exciting to incorporate into my routine; very relaxing and calming. I look forward to each session as it reminds me of the power of breathing, balance, and awareness with each posture. Thanks for helping me get pain free!”
Summer L. in her mid 40’s says:“I had a weird pressure in my eyes all day. It was really annoying. When I came home today, it was turning into a headache. I did Sequence 1 (Align & Alleviate) and feel so much better!! It’s gone and I feel totally normal. :) Also, for the first time in my 43 years of life, I fixed three real meals yesterday. I’m glad for this opportunity to make better choices in my life. Thanks!”
Heather B. in her mid 30’s says:“I have been in the fitness industry for over 16 years. I have always been someone that is motivated to exercise and I push myself pretty hard. I have been going through a transition these past few months…this was wonderful timing and I really enjoyed it. I have never really enjoyed following videos/DVD’s, etc. I usually train on my own. However, I really look forward to the [Yoga for Pain Relief] sequences. I enjoy it most at night before bed. It is so helpful in quieting my thoughts—as well as reminding me how much I enjoy Yoga when I commit to it!”
Sarah H. in her late 20’s says:“Before this program I was struggling with plantar fasciitis from running. I would notice it when I got up in the middle of the night and in the morning. It was so painful. I couldn’t believe that after just one session my pain was gone! I got up to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night and my foot didn’t hurt! I realized how important it can be to keeping me pain free. I love the yoga! I do it in the morning after walking the dog. Nice little start to the day!”
Sara O. in her late 20’s says:“I experience some pain in my fingers and hands from long-term computer use. Plus I have chronic stress and anxiety due to finishing my Masters degree, job stress, and life changes related to the passing of my mother last September. I find the pain and stress prevents me from fully enjoying things fully and purely. It’s hard to relax. But I love the [Yoga for Pain Relief] program. I actually found that when I was stressed and would have ordinarily grabbed a snack or surfed the internet, but instead I did yoga and felt balanced and great! I have lots of energy and mental clarity!
I love the relief breath work at the beginning of each sequence. I think it is so helpful and encourages better breathing throughout the routine. It also helps with my breathing throughout the day because those muscles are “awake” and I remember to use them more often.”
Mollie E. in her mid 30’s says:“I have been doing the routines before bed and it really helps me to sleep better. I feel relaxed, my body is less tense and my mind is clearer so I am able to fall asleep more easily and stay asleep. Using the program this way is working really well!”
A: No. Yoga is all about helping you improve flexibility. Even if you're stiff as a board, this is the perfect program for you. There's no judgment and we work with you from wherever your starting place is. The more inflexible you are today, the more you'll be amazed at the progress you'll see in a short time.
A: Home practice is so great. You can use yoga to start your day, rejuvenate for a busy afternoon or wind down before bed. Whenever you want.
A: As you advance your practice, you’ll have a yoga mat so you don’t slide as you do your yoga moves. You’ll also want to have two blocks and a stretch strap. But to get started, all you need is a rug or carpeted floor area. You can substitute a belt or tie for a stretch strap, and you can use a few books, bricks, or children’s blocks for yoga blocks.
A: Yoga is so personal, which is why it gives you an opportunity to really understand YOUR needs. You can adapt the program to fit your level of fitness and comfort. Yoga for Pain Relief offers you lots of options. For example, you can start out with Daily Asanas (2-3 minutes each) and Specific Sequences (5-15 minutes each—which puts the Asanas together) before you start the longer modules. And you can pause the videos and take breaks whenever you want!
A: No. Yoga is NOT a religion. It doesn't require you to change your beliefs. Yoga is a way for you to get to know YOU at a deeper spiritual level, regardless of your belief systems.
A: Your 100% satisfaction with Yoga for Pain Relief is backed by our 90-day guarantee. If you aren't happy, you get your money back. No questions asked!