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Psoas Major och Psoas Minor

Psoas Major

U: – proc.costarius L1-L5

– corpus vertebrae TH12-L5

– discus intevertebrales TH12-L5

F: – trochanter minor

FU: flexion i art.coxae

– utåtrotation i art.coxae… 32 more words

stretch and strengthen the psoas

Most yoga students are aware that the psoas is a central player in asana, even if the muscle’s deeper function and design seem a mystery. A primary connector between the torso and the leg, the psoas is also an important muscle off the mat: it affects posture, helps stabilize the spine, and, if it’s out of balance, can be a significant contributor to low back and pelvic pain. 917 more words


Improvement and relief

I have real improvement.

There’s been improvement along the way: no longer having intensely sharp cramping, seizing pelvic floor muscles when I have to poop; the easing of residual muscle tension post-dilator; the easing of post-sex soreness. 195 more words

Yoga Stretch For Runners Ibiza

“Reach for the sky, set goals, live life to the fullest and always remember to wake up each day with a smile” 429 more words


Psoas SOS!!

Ok, so this blog was never intended to be all about yoga. I kinda, sorta get really into new things and sometimes I can get a little bit carried away! 822 more words


SERIOUS WARNING - If you do any releases to your Psoas or Abs, you MUST READ THIS

Today, I want to tell you a story of something that happened to a good friend of mine this weekend…but first, some context…

Does this sound familiar? 1,763 more words

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Bracing the back?? Thoughts about Tom Nagels explanation in Zen and Horse-riding!

Currently I am reading a book called Zen & Horsebackriding, written by Tom Nagel. It has been a great find! It shows the interconnectedness of Zen Meditation /Bodytherapy and Horse-riding using Zen to develop awareness for the rider and horse-riding to improve posture in movement. 504 more words