As teachers, we often know these body parts are important but then lack the ability to explain why or how.
Their relationship forms a deep core integration. So many of our clients have a deep core deficit and are spot treating that deficit with mobility, stretching, and active exercises.
But that work is a moot point unless we are addressing the deficit—often the underlying culprit behind tension, restriction and tightness patterns down the chain.
“Stretch the psoas” and “engage the core” are mainstays in many fitness routines but they are limiting.
Neither actually create a fluid, integrated, supple and strong psoas and core.
Imagine being able to include functional psoas and core movements
seamlessly in your work in a way that’s fresh, interesting and engaging.
And imagine being able to understand the psoas, core, trunk hip relationship so well that coming
up with exercises to help your unique client shift and change actually feels intuitive and logical.
Imagine using the whole body as the vehicle for that change and not just one or 2 muscles.
And imagine moving beyond stretching and contracting to integration, dynamic stability and active mobility.
A 3-week live, online training for movement professionals
a comprehensive understanding of the psoas to core relationship.
an arsenal of tools to be able to access that relationship.
exercises for deep core integration.
a multi dimensional, creative strength approach to the hips, psoas, core and legs.
ways to use strength without making it tedious.
mobility work that does not feel status quo.
somatic exercises that are engaging and fun.
understanding the psoas / nervous system relationship.
exercises to calm the nervous system.
Explore the psoas / core relationship.
Experience the relationship in a 3D way.
Shift the focus from specific joints to your entire body.
Experience an embodied approach to a supple psoas and a responsive core.
Learn somatic tools and exercises that drive awareness to the psoas and core.
Mobilize your psoas, core, trunk and hips in 3 dimensions from a variety of orientations.
Explore more isolated mobility drills with creativity.
Refine your skills in slightly more concentrated ways.
Create cohesive languaging assigned to movement tasks.
Expand the isolated drills into more dynamic exercises.
Learn to sequence in a way that incorporates everything you’ve learned.
Create a start-to-finish experience with a theme and a thread.
Explore the psoas / nervous system relationship.
Learn exercises to calm the nervous system.