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Resolving One-sided Psoas Issues
July 13 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Throughout 45 years of teaching most students and clients come to see me with one sided psoas problems. But resolving this dilemma is never just one sided. The psoas is a whole complex and needs to be understood as part of the NeuroCore™ or center of movement.
The importance of reestablishing core integrity cannot be emphasized enough. A centered pelvis is the most important step in reestablishing core integrity. Proper positioning of bones, increasing proprioception, and maintaining muscular balance are vital tools for healing one-sided psoas problems.
NOTE: NeuroCore™ is a termed coined by neuro-fascial therapist Sue Hitzmann, creator of The MELT Method® (2006) first heard during a conversation (2010) with author Liz Koch discussing the deepest “fascial bags” that enfold spinal cord, psoas, kidney, adrenals: The NeuroCore System is comprised of a Reflexive Core – the 3D cylinder and the Rooted Core, the head-to-toe neurofascial connection that allows our brain to sustain more efficient balance of our masses and spaces (a MELT term) for the bony and joint parts of our body.(2018)