Episode 59: Sensing Your Psoas

with Liz Koch

Liz Koch is an international educator and the creator of Core Awareness, a company that focuses on awareness for developing human potential. She is recognized throughout the health industry as an expert in somatic, body work, and fitness. Liz is the author of numerous books and products including The Psoas Book and Unraveling Scoliosis CD.

She joins me today to share how she became interested in the psoas and her knowledge of how the psoas works as our body’s “messenger of the midline.”

“The healthier your psoas, the less you can sense it.” – Liz Koch

On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:

  • What kinesthetic awareness is
  • The connection between your power center and psoas
  • Where the psoas is located in your body
  • Why Liz doesn’t think of the psoas as a muscle
  • How the psoas helps you feel grounded and centered
  • The fluid transfer of energy from the psoas to the rest of your body
  • How the constructive rest posture helps transfer energy
  • How the psoas messages energy depletion in our bodies
  • How Liz helps people listen to their psoas messages to impact their ability to thrive
  • How early conditioning inhibits our kinesthetic awareness
  • Being receptive to your body and the world around you
  • The importance of staying hydrated

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