“There’s a good chance the pain you have in your lower back, hip and groin means there’s something amiss with your psoas. It also could be responsible for a litany of other conditions, including poor circulation and digestive problems.”

“In addition to its key role in keeping you upright, the psoas is also the first muscle to recognize your primal fear and stress instincts, says somatic expert Liz Koch.

That causes the psoas muscle to stay contracted much of the time, pulling on other muscles and creating tension in other places of your body.”

Read the full article which also has 2 fantastic psoas stretches HERE.


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