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BASIC (12-Hr) Psoas Workshop (NCBTMB Approved) Lawrence Kansas
November 5 @ 9:00 am - November 6 @ 3:00 pm
It was the most amazing, eye opening and inspiring workshop…
It answered a lot of my questions and made me think about a whole lot more!
I also really appreciate your generosity with your knowledge and not rushing through any answers to our questions.
I know this is just the beginning of my journey with your training.
2-Day LIVE Basic Psoas workshop
open to every body, limited to 12 participants
This course offers a great way to learn through experience how intelligent Psoas informs your skeletal integrity, joint rotation, muscular tension, breathing, emotional expression, and organ functioning. A healthy Psoas facilitates functional movement and improves fitness while reducing over all stress vital for resolving injuries and trauma. Healthy Psoas ignites your core creative flourishing and nourishes your innovative possibilities.
Develop Your Core Awareness:
- Understand how healthy Psoas supports movement, strength, endurance & well-being
- Experience practical ways of sensing your Psoas
- Learn to soften, lengthen and revitalize your Psoas
- Gain tools for recovering and maintaining a healthy Psoas
- Explore the energetic/emotional/spiritual/ living dynamics of your physical core
- Improve neurological proprioception and skeletal balance
- Apply concepts to everyday movement such as sitting, driving, and walking
Deepen and broaden your practice whether that be Pilates, Gyrotonic, Massage, Bodywork, Somatic Movement, Fitness, Athletics, Dance, Yoga, Martial Arts, and/or Psychology…
RECOMMENDED READING: The Psoas Book
CANCELLATION POLICY: Please read my complete cancellation policy available online before registering. Online courses can not be canceled once you have received access to online course material and link.
National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) Approved
This is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork for 12 hours of continuing education credit (CEU). For more information on the NCBTMB, please visit their website.