Summer 2014 Psoas Tele-class ~ Your Home
What Participants Are Saying About The Psoas Tele-class
I’m really enjoying it very much, and learning heaps. I love your language(ing) around all the issues and topics you are raising – inspirational. As a yoga teacher, it seems more and more I am moving towards an understanding and learning about neutrality, equanimity, balance and my practice is about embodying that. Gradually I am finding that my yoga practice and teaching is not about mastering a particular shape with my body, but more of an exploration of dynamic movement, resolving towards balance, presence and ease.
This has been the best thing I have done for my Psoas. I am just sorry I did not do it sooner.
Your voice and actual delivery of information is the best way to release a tight Psoas!
I just listened to the class recording and its excellent, I was especially moved by the details, like your deft address of the word “attached”…as in “the Psoas is attached to…” – that’s just lovely and restful to hear.
I am finding your Psoas tele-class very useful and juicy – can’t wait to hear the next class!
Informative & practical: Exercises were assigned that were actually possible to do at home without personal contact with the instructor, and I could do these exercises within the first day.
Valuable insight into how to work with a muscle that is a common problem for many of my clients.
A most valuable class for postural and pelvic awareness – I learned how to sit more comfortably, and I learned how to avoid exacerbating some SI joint problems I have. The physical therapy exercises I’d been given had only worsened my back/pelvic pain, but I found Liz’s exercises and skillful observations to be profoundly helpful in reducing my pain and correcting my pelvic alignment.
Great class, I am excited by this fresh take on the core.
Listen LIVE or Listen to podcast at your leisure after each class
Psoas Tele-Class Begins Tuesday July 29 - August 26, 2014
Five consecutive Tuesdays, from 4pm to 5pm PST (7PM to 8PM EST). Enjoy each, one-hour virtual class, from the comfort of your own home! Plus receive free coaching support for the entire 5 week course via email. Registration cost $220 includes a student copy of The Psoas Book.
The class will cover basic aspects of the Psoas, its functioning, effects, and recommended explorations to try between classes. No two series are exactly a like as each series is unique, includes updated information, and is live – providing you with total access for asking questions, exploring problems, while discovering new emerging ideas.
You’ll Receive Immediate Personal Email Coaching: You have premium email access to me throughout the length of the course so email me ALL your personal Psoas questions, problems, and concerns. I provide consistent, quick response time to support your healing and educational process.
All times are based on Pacific Standard Time.
You are responsible for your telephone costs (i.e. long distance or phone minutes) when attending the Live class lecture – or after class online listening by phone. Or listen for free on your computer. The recorded class will be sent to you after each class. Receive a recording of each class available to listen to for the length of the series.
NOTE: Miss a class, can not attend live class, or want to hear it again? No problem you can listen to any previous class material by phone or online ( full 5 weeks to listen to the online version).
- Class Day One (July 29, 2014)
- Discovering all About Your Psoas
- Hip flexor
- Tensile structure
- Psoatic shelf (supports organs)
- Hydraulic pump (massages)
- Fear reflex (flee/fight)
- Class Day Two (August 05, 2014)
- Connecting The Psoas: Relationships
- Skeletal support
- Joint rotation
- Muscle flexibility
- Organ functioning/ breathing
- Pregnancy and birth
- Early movement patterns
- Emotional well-being
- Class Day Three (August 12, 2014)
- Simple Ways of Understanding The Complex Psoas
- Trauma and the Sympathetic Nervous System
- Why Palpation & Manipulation Should Be Avoided
- Class Day Four (August 19, 2014)
- Psoas Injuries: Why they happen and how to avoid them
- Resolving Trauma: the difference between release and resolution
- Class Day Five (August 26, 2014)
- How to maintain a healthy vibrant dynamic Psoas
- Supportive fitness/bodywork protocols
- Summing It all Up