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Centering The Pelvis: Instinctive Responses, Injury, & Healthy Psoas (Zoom)
June 10 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Instinctive Responses, Injury & A Healthy Pelvic/Psoas Relationship
The psoas muscle is part of our instinctive fear response. When falling in love or propelling through space, the dynamic psoas surrenders deep within our core. All unresolved fear is communicated through the psoas and directly affects the pelvis. When we feel our integrity is compromised, it is the constricted psoas that plays havoc on our breath and the natural positioning of the centered pelvis.
Learn to Center and Heal Your Pelvic/Psoas Relationship
The psoas profoundly influences every aspect of our health. If the psoas is called upon to support structural misalignment, its suppleness is curtailed and over time this dynamic tissue dries and shrinks. If consistently used as a structural or emotional support, its expressiveness will diminish.
Reestablish Core Integrity
Whenever there is pelvic damage the psoas takes over for the lack of SI joint function and eventually shortens pulling the pelvis forward, down, and further off center. When your pelvis is off center and your Sacral Iliac ligaments have micro-tears or are over-stretched due to physical force, falls, surgery, or accidents the psoas will become engaged to help limit movement in an attempt to maintain core integrity.