Tom Myers & Liz Koch: A Psoas Conversation Part II

Published by Liz Koch on June 12, 2011 in Podcasts

Tom Myers author of Anatomy Trains and Liz Koch author of The Psoas Book continue their discussion of the core Psoas. Tom Myers is an integrative manual therapist who conducts professional training programs. Liz Koch is a somatic movement educator focused on the vital role of the Psoas in functional movement, human expression, and trauma protocol. In Part Two Tom and Liz continue their dialogue clarifying reasons for exploring the Psoas, defining manipulation of the Psoas, and developing integrative styles of working with awareness that enhance human potential.

 

More information about Tom Myers and Anatomy Trains can be found at www.anatomytrains.com.

Connie Venis
Posted on June 20th, 2011 | Permalink

Fabulous podcast. I am sitting here in Christchurch NZ and because of the earthquakes my massage therapy business is closed so I am spending time researching and learning. What a fabulous podcast. Both yours and Tom’s comments are very interesting regarding intention. I am learning so eloquently thanks to the earthquakes how much the “Wholeness” which is present as the body, the mind and the world are all integral.

Kathy McConnell
Posted on June 28th, 2011 | Permalink

I really enjoyed that conversation. I am a Rolfer and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist. My approach to working on the psoas depends on the client. Some people respond better to more direct work and other systems ask for the embryonic approach. The key is to find an unhurried way of listening to the other person’s system.



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