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FLUID CORE ~ Resiliency in the Face of Great Change (Zoom)
October 6 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
F L U I D C O R E
Resiliency in the Face of Great Change
(2-Hr Movement Class via Zoom)
Fear is the only instinct that has the power to immobilize us. As an involuntary muscle, psoas as part of the sympathetic neuro-core* is both a primal mover of our core integrity and part of our fear response. When we misuse our psoas we ultimately end up energetically depleting our life force and physiologically stressing our adrenals. Because psoas communicates coherency, it is of great interest to me what behaviors and activities support expressive resiliency and thus encourage a flowing responsiveness. The capacity to respond quickly yet with a consistency is what I refer to as having a stable yet dependable inner resilience.
Survival, recovery, and thriving are concepts associated with resilience and describe the stage at which a person
may be during or after facing adversity. The concept of “thriving” refers to a person’s
ability to go beyond his or her original level of functioning and
to grow and function despite repeated exposure to stressful experiences
Janet Ledesma, Conceptual Frameworks and Research Models on Resilience in Leadership
Liz Koch is an international educator, author, and creator of CoreAwareness™ focusing on awareness as key for developing human potential and awakening consciousness. With 45 years experience specializing in the human core, Liz is recognized in the somatic, bodywork, and fitness professions as an authority on the core tissue called the Psoas. Both nationally and internationally published, her works include The Psoas Book, Unraveling Scoliosis CD, Core Awareness; Enhancing Yoga, Pilates, Exercise & Dance, Psoas & Back Pain CD, Mother, Maiden, Crone: Our Pleasure Playlist and her new book Stalking Wild Psoas: Embodying Your Core Intelligence (2019 North Atlantic Books)