Psoas, Instinctive Responses, Injury & The Healthy Pelvis 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…
Freezing, Curling, and Arcing are three core gestures of the primitive midline and are primal expressions of Psoas (messenger of the midline). (more…)
Somatic movement in water benefits a healthy, responsive fluid psoas as it passes over the ball and socket joint.
Nascholing over de Psoas met Liz Koch, Akademie voor Massage en Beweging offers a visual overview of an 18-Hr In-depth Psoas Workshop
Sex Educator Connie Eberhart speaks with Liz Koch (author of The Psoas Book and the “crone” in Maiden, Mother, Crone: Our Pleasure Playlist) about women’s sexual expression, pleasure, and core Integrity.
Liz Koch, author of The Psoas Book and Core Awareness: Enhancing Yoga, Pilates, Exercise, and Dance explains and demonstrates 3 simple exploration for softening and hydrating connective tissue using 3 different size balls. Psoas, as fluid tissue, benefits from working…