Beyond Binary Artwork
Season 2 - Episode 5

Psoas I Was Saying

30 min - Practice


Strength is not the same as being tight. Create a supple but strong center as we lengthen and strengthen the psoas, one of the major hip flexors. We begin massaging the inner organs and deep abdominal muscles in a prone pose. Then we move through lunges and standing shapes, explore kapalabhati breath, play into backbends and heart openers, and invert with the support of a block. You will feel connected and easeful.
What You'll Need: Mat, Blanket, Block (2)


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Ah! how refreshing this short but inclusive practice is. Thank you Miles.
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Christel B so glad you enjoyed! 
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Wow that was a powerful practice . Thank you so much!!
Laura M yay! thanks for practicing with me! 
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Miles! I especially appreciated sharing this practice with you today. Your presence and guidance is such a gift. I felt so safe held and supported throughout, magical! I also really loved the burrito belly roll and the lunge sequence, especially that move through the middle with the lunge and fingers interlaced behind the head! So good! Thank you thank you thank you. :)
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Summer yay! Thanks so much summer! I know, right, that move you mentioned is a way to strengthen the psoas from a long, fired position, which is also very effective in releasing it. So glad you felt at home with me. 🤗
My first class w/you — and not my last! My kitty Nova loves "yoga time" w/mama, and she began circling me and chirping during the chant. Sweetness. 

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