As one of the most important core muscles, the Psoas deserves attention in almost all reflexology sessions, and we test it with all our clients.
In this 1 hour webinar we show an easy way to assess tension in the muscle and effective techniques to release it.
What you get
Psoas anatomy revisited
Breathing - Diaphram - Psoas
Psoas and lower back pain
Tight Psoas and affection of the lumbar plexus
Relations to abdominal and pelvic organs
Emotional aspects of the Psoas muscle
Touchpoint reflexology: A variety of techniques for the Psoas.
The Psoas muscle and back pain
The psoas muscle is an often missed cause of lower back pain. If the muscle is tight and shortened, the pelvis tilts forward increasing the lumbar lordosis. To counteract this situation the spinal erector muscles on the dorsal side also contract and we end up with tension on both sides of the spine. This means increased pressure on discs and facet joints and possible irritation of the muscle attachments. Therefore with lumbar pain, always test the psoas and work its reflexes.
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