Unraveling The Psoas Muscle In Water

Published by Liz Koch on September 3, 2010 in Videos

Liz Koch, author of The Psoas Book, explains and demonstrates unraveling the core Psoas muscle in water. Returning to warm water (and ones embryonic memory) activates and supports a deep regenerative process within the core. The slow, rhythmic, weightless surrender releases tension, while being moved by the fluid nature of water hydrates the “filet mignon” Psoas.

The human body is 80% fluid, so immersing oneself in warm clean water elicits spontaneous micro-movements, increases range of motion, elongates the spine, releases myofascial patterns, and soothes rigidity associated with muscular aches and pains. Warm clean water offers a simple but delicious way to heal and resolve Psoas tension and trauma patterns, while promoting circulation and nourishing the nervous system. Creative and fun, unraveling the Psoas in warm water refreshes all living tissue offering a plethora of innovative movements, expressions, thoughts, and feelings.

Roger Golten
Posted on October 23rd, 2010 | Permalink

This is a beautiful piece, especially when the noodle was dispensed with! Thank you for sharing your dance Liz, there are so many resonances here for me. You are a sensual starfish! I shall share it with contacts, clients & colleagues.

Liz Koch
Posted on October 31st, 2010 | Permalink

thank you for your kind words – I invite everyone to come join me in 2011 at my Rio Caliente retreat & application course the water is incredibly healing ….Liz

Uli Welsch
Posted on July 31st, 2011 | Permalink

excellent. How easy it seems to unravel.Am swimming already daily, but in North Eastern ocean. It may be too cold there, will try it in hot-tub or in the Y’s warm pool. Many Thanks, Uli

Posted on July 31st, 2013 | Permalink

please let me know if you provide private training and where?

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