Psoas Release Techniques

by Hope Zvara

Description

The psoas is a muscle about 16 inches long attaching at the inner femur bone and to T12. It can cause things such as hip pain, TMJ, leg length issues, sleep problems, back pain, knee pain among others. Yogis need to pay attention to this muscles as we often feed into these issues. Link to the blog post on this topic! http://www.hopezvara.com/1/post/2012/12/attention-yogis-what-is-the-psoas-and-why-we-should-care.html

About the Presenter

Hope Zvara

Hope Zvara IDEA Author/Presenter

Hope is a Yoga Teacher, Trainer, and Functional Fitness Expert. Creator of Core Functional Fitness™, Hope specializes in yoga, core work and functional movements; she helps Yoga students, Yoga teachers, and a variety of fitness professionals experience a true mind-body connection through Yoga & Core Functional movement & Principles. Hope owns and operates Copper Tree Yoga Studio & Wellness Center in Hartford, WI (est. 2006) and is the director of HOPE Yoga Teacher Training School, a school state approved and Yoga Alliance approved. She is the director of HOPE Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training School (est 2010), as well as a regular blogger. Some of her blog posts have been featured on MindBodyGreen.com. She has also been featured in Natural Awakenings Magazine for her ground breaking core approach "Core Functional Fitness (TM)". She has presented at several national conferences as well as local events.