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More to know by reading my article:


The awakening of what is common called our inner center, begins by considering your hips as a bridge what connects your upper body and lower body at the center of your body’s movement.  – But …  is the inner center really just all about the hips?

Well, the hips are surely not alone in that big business of connecting landscapes like an upper or lower body. For getting us as a full body in this major balance, it’s last not least the psoas major muscle, – one of the two muscles that makes up the iliopsoas, further one of the most hidden muscles in our body, and thus the one who is the essential helper in all this bridging and balancing situation. Psoas major originates on the right and left in the lower part of the spine and runs through the lower abdomen as well as the pelvis, finally ending at the upper end of the thighbone. While Psoas is doing his job, he is by the way that one who is also connected to what we call breathing. Seems, the guy who is a natural lonesome warrior, has some responsability. And really: Psoas is the only muscle in the human body, connecting the upper to the lower body. And to put it plain easy and simply: this muscle is the core of activity in our body.

All starts with his structure, which is diagonal. This supports main the inner organs of our lower body. Beyond, there is teamwork happening: Psoas and the diaphragm (what is the most important respiratory muscle) are working together like let’s say a hydraulic-system. This system massages our internal organs and ensures flow and even distribution of our body-fluids. For this healthy and well-functioning hydraulic-system, it’s the good componences, what makes it well working, and one of those is a healthy, means well working psoas. Why this is so important? Cause he acts like a wirerope between the lower and upper body, and responds to any movement of the spine. And more, he serves like a stabilizator for the spine, and with the help of the trunk, this keeps all vital organs in the lower abdomen.

Doesn’t that all sounds great?

Now, imagine, this system, and for what reason so ever could be not well working…….. And can you imagine, that with kind of dysfunctional psoas, there are serious consequences which flow throughout the body? Let’s see why this could really be!

While our modern allday-life went fast-moving…. it’s us now living in a more or less constant stress-related release of adrenaline. And because psoas is the major muscle, who is able to set our legs in motion, it is adrenalin, what gives at least the needed push to do so. And what, if this is happening in some sort of a constant push, or let’s say some sort of constant release…. A constant adrenaline release provokes an as well persistently working psoas muscle. This in turn causes a persistently triggering of the psoas muscle, – means, our body is constantly in „racing or fighting mode“. If we live in a constant “danger” situation, for example through more or less constant anxiety states, the muscle reacts to the accompanying chemical reactions of the body (the adrenaline and dopamine release). He is tense, tense. – Yes, tension also has it’s price!

Because the psoas is directly involved in the instinctive reactions of standing, running, and „freezing“, his chronic tension also causes his nervous connections to give the body the signal „a dangerous situation for the body“. And this isn’t all. Because with it an overdoing Psoas really can cause a large number of different painful symptoms, which we all more or less knowing. Unpleasant things like backpain, discproblems, sciatica, or even worse. Also scoliosis, hip degeneration, knee deseases and desasters, digestive problems, and most shattering depression, the guy can put us in, just because he is persistently and thus overdoing working.

Well, what a vicious circle: cause this now will result an overuse of the adrenaline indurations and therefore also an exhaustion of the immune system. Hope is still alive! By freeing Psoas from a permanent tension, your mind and body get flooded with renewed energy and vigor. A well functioning psoas muscle creates a neutral pelvic alignment, stabilizes the hips, supports the lower spine and abdomen, supports the organs in the pelvic and abdominal cavity and gives you by well functioning a greater mobility and core strength. Maintaining a healthy psoas means to reduce unnecessary tension and stress. This includes a conscious choice to develop mindfulness also for the body. To understand what it means „standing with its both legs on the ground“, is that type of grounding, what supports our conscious tensioning and relaxing as a to experience lasting interaction of being connected physically in mental and emotonal influences. Standing with its both feet on the ground, and experiencing a great balancing work by focussing attention to what it means this balancing work, and aligning a bit more to get a grounded and well posture… yes, this doesn’t sound so bad. – But how many of us doing this tiny procedure really continuosly, daily … And more, – is it all already done just by this? Surely not.

Allowing the psoas to do it’s hold-work again without carrying weight, that is the first step towards liberating change. It is not the muscles that should provide for the stability of the body but the skeleton. A well functioning and healthy psoas is achieved by a combination of restoring the natural center of gravity, what can be called balance and learning to listen inside the body. Can you imagine your spine as bundled electrical wires that are constantly receiving and transmitting energy? – In this image, psoas is a grounding.

A relaxed and mobile psoas grounds! It connects to the ground on which we stand. In a figurative sense, we could say that the psoas, as a muscle with its strength, helps us to go through life with more “backbones”. Cause an upright posture and a firm footing results in a well working and healthy psoas muscle, – and vice versa.

stay well – Vera