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by Liz Koch

Download The Psoas & Back Pain eBook
ISBN:
0965794490
Author:
Liz Koch
Category:
Diseases & Physical Ailments
Language:
English
Publisher:
Guinea Pig Pubns; first edition (September 15, 2008)
EPUB book:
1843 kb
FB2 book:
1347 kb
DJVU:
1819 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
521


The Psoas Book is a must read for everyone interested in Conscious Fitness -suki Munsell P. Founder of Dynamic Health and Fitness Institute. Every woman should be on intimate terms with her psoas and its profound function. This is a book I highly recommend to anyone who has suffered from back pain, poor posture, feeling of shallow breathing,or belly sticking out from a fairly athletic body. I am a professional in body aligment field. A client told me about The Psoas Book about 3 years ago.

The Psoas Book is a comprehensive guide to the iliopsoas muscle, and its profound influence on the .

The Psoas Book is a comprehensive guide to the iliopsoas muscle, and its profound influence on the body/mind/emotions. Easy to read The Psoas Book covers information gathered about the core muscle of the human body called the psoas (so-as), and is essential reading for anyone interested in health, wellness, and movement. The Psoas Book provides a great resource for the layperson offering self-help understanding, and simple ideas for eliminating low back, knee, pelvic, and hip tension.

The Psoas & Back Pain book. The Psoas & Back Pain Audio CD introduces you to your deepest core muscle, the psoas and delves into the many reasons the psoas is vital to wellbeing. Connecting the Psoas with Back Pain offers simple tools for moving forward with ease and pleasure. The audio CD is approximately 60 minutes A responsive Psoas Muscle is key to resolving back pain, tension and discomfort.

Back Pain & The Psoas Connection. See All. Unraveling Scoliosis. 4. The Pelvic Keystone. 5. Fitness: Yoga, Pilates, Exercise & Sports.

Come to Martha's Vineyard for Liz Koch 12-Hour Psoas Workshop Friday, September 16 - Sunday, September 1. Suffering from pain/stiffness on psoas/iliopsoas or even from lower.

Come to Martha's Vineyard for Liz Koch 12-Hour Psoas Workshop Friday, September 16 - Sunday, September 18. Stretchify. December 5, 2013 at 3:21 AM.

An unhealthy psoas muscle could explain your low back pain. Learn the best ways to improve psoas health, plus other symptoms of a dysfunctional psoas

An unhealthy psoas muscle could explain your low back pain. Learn the best ways to improve psoas health, plus other symptoms of a dysfunctional psoas. In fact, psoas expert Liz Koch, author of The Psoas Book, says that emotional trauma or lack of emotional support can actually leak to a chronically contracted psoas. This results in a lack of core awareness. 9) Since your ancient limbic system is closely related to emotions like fear and anxiety, this makes sense.

Learn more about the Psoas and Liz Koch. My books and CDs provide information that shift the conceptual framework for understanding the Psoas as well as self-help explorations that help to awaken full body responsiveness. Psoas Workshops & Retreats. My workshops provide the opportunity for you to experience working with me directly as I guide you through simple movement explorations that support and maintain a healthy, functional Psoas. Additionally, my annual retreats are an invitation to heal Psoas dysfunctions, injuries, and to rest deep within your own vital core.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 81).

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A responsive Psoas Muscle is key to resolving back pain, tension and discomfort. The Psoas & Back Pain Audio CD introduces you to your deepest core muscle, the psoas and delves into the many reasons the psoas is vital to wellbeing. Connecting the Psoas with Back Pain offers simple tools for moving forward with ease and pleasure.The audio CD is approximately 60 minutes long and ships in a eco-friendly recycled cardboard case with no plastic to help reduce waste.CD Chapters:***Meet Your Psoas***Functions of The Psoas Muscle***Back Pain & The Psoas Connection***The Pelvic Keystone***Fitness: Yoga, Pilates, Exercise & Sports***Trauma Recovery, Emotional Wellbeing & Safety
  • Malodora
I had high hopes for this product but ultimately I am disappointed with its content. I realize this product is written for the average pain sufferer; however, as a Doctor of Physical Therapy, I found several points that are not accurate per my education, training and experience. I think the product can be helpful to some but for the most part, the way the author structures the information, some people may even be potentially compromised by the approach or approaches.
The author generalizes back pain and the function of the psoas not leaving room for other factors that may be impacting the function of the psoas, ultimately influencing back pain which is often the case.
I usually don't take the time to review authors who do not hold a degree in physical rehabiliation sciencece/medicine. I was unable to varify if Ms. Koch is a qualified Healthcare Professional who has a degree and a license to practice and I could not confirm that she indeed possessed adequate credentials. But Ms. Koch went on to state how "Therapists," implying Physical Therapists from my viewpoint, who attempted to manipulate or treat the psoas area would not be effective in alleviating the condition as the "therapist" would not be addressing the underlying cause of the condition. This statement is not accurate on her part. In the hands of a skilled practioner, manual therapy to the psoas can be very effective in addressing psoas dysfunction and low back pain. A Physical Therapist learns specialized skills to address these types of musculoskeletal conditions.
This seems like another case where a "fitness expert" is attempting to degrade the healthcare professional in attempts to make her product or service appeal to the health consumer.
I paid $15.00 (Prime) for this item and I will not seek a refund. I feel the author made a sincere attempt to create a helpful product so I gave the product 2 stars, she just happens to not be correct on how a Physical Therapist plays a role in treating the Psoas and back pain. But I appreciate her efforts and don't mind paying the $15.00 to learn about products like this in the market place.
My advice... skip this CD. If the problem is truly severe, you may benefit from seeing a licensed healthcare professional like a Physical Therapist. If you choose to seek out a Physical Therapist, look for one that specializes in Sports medicine and orthopedics, manual therapy is plus. You can locate such a therapist by going to Google and typing in these afforementioned keywords along with your local area. You can even visit the American Physical Therapy Assiciation website...[...] and at the top of the site there is a tab that reads "Find a PT". Asking your Physician can be helpful as well. Depending on the state you live in, you may need an MD referral in order to be seen by a Licensed PT as well as for your insurance to cover the PT examination and treatments. Having a Licensed PT perform a comprehensive Physical Examination can be very helpful to you in solving your pain issues, despite what "fitness experts" would have you believe.
I hope this bit of feedback is helpful to you and I wish you well in your search for pain relief.
Sincerely,
Dr. Jay Herrera, DPT
Texas USA
  • Drelajurus
I have worked with Liz Koch at an in-person workshop, and during several phone consultation and tele-classes. I have also read her books, which are a wealth of information I have never found anywhere else. I purchased this cd at the workshop. I had suffered from chronic back pain centered in my sacra-illiac joint, and after thousands on chiropractors, gadgets, gizmos and supplements, I found Liz. The education and gentle exercises that release and nourish the psosas are the only thing that helped me. You might need to take a leap hearing that the psoas is body tissue that is very affected by stress hormones, so being in fear or chronic emotional tension will "dry out" the psoas, tighten it and cause all sorts of back, pelvic or leg problems. The primal, self-soothing approach Liz teaches might not seem like it will lead to healing of back pain, but it will. take a risk and get this CD, I also highly recommend her book "Core Awareness".