Aug. 26 party celebrates release of Lillah Schwartz’s new book about back pain

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A party for the release of Lillah Schwartz’s new book, Healing Our Backs with Yoga: An Essential Guide to Back Pain Relief, will be held Friday, Aug. 26, at One Center Yoga, 120 Coxe Ave. The book offers readers the opportunity to learn the basic yoga poses used in Schwartz’s signature back course. It contains hundreds of photos with step-by-step instructions for performing the best yoga pose sequences for reducing back pain.

“I can’t heal the world, but I can help yoga students find relief from back pain,” says Schwartz. “By writing my book, I am now able to reach many more good people who simply never had anyone explain to them how their body works, the alignment principles of yoga, and how they could move to remain balanced and free from the discomfort of back pain.”

Schwartz is an Asheville-based Iyengar yoga instructor with over 30 years of experience teaching yoga.

Schedule for the evening 

4-6 p.m.: Social. Enjoy healthy gluten-free refreshments and snacks. Complimentary Tibetan bowl sound healing group sessions and chair massage

6 p.m.: PowerPoint presentation with Lillah Schwartz covering key elements in back care

6:30 p.m.: Tibetan bowl sound healing with Sally Hayes

7-8:30 p.m.: A foundational yoga back care class with Schwartz. This class has a fee of $25, which includes a signed copy of her book. Retail price $22.95

For more information and to register for the social, visit yogawithlillah

 

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Susan Foster is a clinical psychologist who moved to Asheville from the Boston area in 2013. She started with Xpress as a freelance health and wellness writer and is now the wellness editor. You can email her at sfoster@mountainx.com and follow her on Twitter @susanjfosterphd. Follow me @susanjfosterphd

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