Todays’s tutorial is designed to show how to releasee the Iseopsoas.
The psoas muscle is a very important core muscle which attaches the lumbar vertebrae to the lesser trochanter, near the head of the femur and it is often grouped together with the iliacus muscle. That’s why we call it iliopsoas.
The psoas allows us to lift our legs toward our pelvis; and also enables us to bend forward at the waist bringing our pelvis toward the legs. A short, tight psoas can lead to low back pain, sacro-iliac pain, sciatica, and a host of other issues.
Very good reasons to keep it healthy and flexible.
Here 3 simple exercise you can do every day.
Remember to breathe deeply and focus your attention on the iliopsoas area.