Psoas Muscle, Scaravelli Yoga, Workshop, Catherine Annis, Birmingham, UK

Birmingham Yoga Workshop: Demystifying the Psoas Muscle

Demystifying the Psoas Muscle

The psoas muscles are the deepest muscles in our core.  They are involved in almost every movement we make, from walking and running to sitting, and of course, we use them throughout our yoga practice.

Whilst they are extraordinarily sensitive and responsive, we often find it difficult to consciously feel them, or even know where they are within our bodies.   When we’re tired, emotional or have just been overdoing it a bit, they may become unbalanced and tense, potentially causing a wide range of symptoms including lower back pain, stress, postural imbalances and contributing to exhaustion and poor digestion.

Join this Psoas Muscle workshop to understand more about these most emotional of muscles, and:

∗  Join this workshop to understand more about these most emotional of muscles, and:
∗  Improve your understanding of the structure and role of the psoas muscle in the body
∗  Discover the connection between the psoas and the breath
∗  Learn why you should never stretch your psoas and why it doesn’t need strengthening
∗  Find out how to soothe and release your psoas safely
∗  Let go of long held tensions which may help relieve lower back pain and improve your psychological well being.

Suitable for all levels


Yoga Teacher: Catherine Annis
Workshop: Demystifying the Psoas - Muscle of Emotion
Date:  23rd September 2017
Day and Time: Saturday @ 10.15 – 1.30pm
Venue: The Willows C of E Primary School, Willows North, Alcester Road, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 9QN
Refreshments: Cold drinks provided
Price: £25

Booking: To secure your place, please contact the workshop administrator Gillian Russel:
01527 857 586 or

For full details about this workshop, please click here.

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