Yoga International - Relieve Tension in the Psoas
Yoga International – Relieve Tension in the Psoas

Yoga International – Relieve Tension in the Psoas

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Yoga International - Relieve Tension in the Psoas
Yoga International – Relieve Tension in the Psoas
MP4 | Video: h264, 1920×1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 2.5h | Size: 2.95 GB

Learn about this significant (and often misunderstood) hip flexor + get tips to create balance in your everyday life! A TIGHT PSOAS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS POSTURAL PROBLEMS AND CAN ALSO CONTRIBUTE TO ARTHRITIS IN THE LUMBAR FACET JOINTS. ON THE OTHER HAND…
…a weak and overstretched psoas can contribute to a common postural problem in which the pelvis is pushed forward of the chest and knees. Maybe you’ve heard (or felt!) that a tight (or weak) psoas can make certain yoga postures challenging or uncomfortable. Or that tension in the psoas can lead to day-to-day postural problems, or even dysfunctional breathing patterns. But how? And how can we find relief? Delve deeper with Sandra Anderson, and get tips and practices to help you create balance in the psoas and discover a greater sense of freedom in both your yoga practice and your daily life!

I am no yogi, but I began doing these stretches and poses, very slowly and gently, in my 50s. I have led an active and physically stressful life – including back surgery for a ruptured disc from carrying heavy equipment. These types of stretches have made a world of difference to my mobility and my strength, as I turn 60. Many thanks to Sandra, and to Yoga International for putting together quality education at an affordable price!

– NANCY, COURSE PARTICIPANT

WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PSOAS? IN THIS COURSE, YOU WILL:
Get an introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the psoas muscle.

Gain an understanding of the psoas from a yogic viewpoint.

Learn the signs of a weak, shortened, or tight psoas.

Get several short, focused practice tutorials to work with the psoas.

Get one short psoas-centered sequence.

Get one full class that focuses on the psoas muscle.