Q: After listening to your podcasts I feel okay allowing myself to be in anterior pelvic tilt (lordois) rather than try to control it in some other way toward a more posterior tilt of the pelvis. Yet when I'm "allowing" myself to go there, I feel it keeps going - should I keep going? A: We … [Read more...] about Q & A: How to safely explore lordosis?
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Q: How does the golf swing and posture affect the psoas? A: Serious golfers know that full hip socket rotation is a must for a powerful, dynamic, and accurate swing! Faulty swings will twist and disrupt the ability to keep ones eye on the ball. … [Read more...] about Q & A: How Does The Golf Swing & Posture Affect the Psoas?
Q: In your flicker photos (2009 Summer Retreat), there are several of women floating in water on their sides using pool flotation devices (noodles). Is that a psoas release? … [Read more...] about Q & A: Is Fetal Curl In Water A Psoas Release?
A: I have many approaches for working WITH the Psoas rather than working ON the Psoas. Once one understands the bio-intelligence of the Psoas as a messenger of the central nervous system, protocol for working with the Psoas changes. … [Read more...] about Q & A: What Hands-On Techniques Do You Teach For The Psoas?
Q: How does the Psoas muscle influence a woman's menstrual cycle? A: A woman's menstrual cycles is directly influenced by the health and suppleness of their iliopsoas. One reason for this is that the nerves of the reproductive organs embed through the iliopsoas. … [Read more...] about Q & A: How Does The Psoas Influence Menstrual Cycles?
Q: Is pain in the hip, groin, and low back caused by psoas problems, especially when sitting for long periods of time? I do the simple relaxation technique (constructive rest position) and it works, but it does not last. … [Read more...] about Q & A: Why Does Sitting Cause Psoas Pain?