Tom Myers & Liz Koch: A Psoas Conversation Part II

Tom Myers author of Anatomy Trains and Liz Koch author of The Psoas Book continue their discussion of the core Psoas (Listen to Part I, December 2010 under Podcasts). Tom Myers is an integrative manual therapist who conducts professional training programs. Liz Koch is a somatic movement educator focused on the vital role of the Psoas in functional movement, human expression, and trauma protocol. In Part II, Tom and Liz continue their dialogue clarifying reasons for exploring the psoas, defining manipulation of the psoas, and developing integrative styles of working with awareness that enhance human potential.

More information about Tom Myers and Anatomy Trains can be found at

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Welcome to Core Awareness™

Liz Koch is an international educator and author who seeks to dissolve the objectification of “body” in order to re-conceptualize human beings as biologically intelligent, self-organizing, and self-healing. Employing biomorphic and embryonic paradigms, Liz redefines psoas as smart, expressive tissue that is both elemental and universal.

Core Awareness fosters core integrity and self-efficacy as creative and expressive human beings.

Here at Core Awareness you’ll discover new ways of understanding the psoas. In addition to the blogs there is an educationally rich sourcing free for the taking. Explore my videos, articles, podcasts, interviews, FAQ’s and community links and let yourself go wild!