Free Your Psoas Walking into the Floor, Walkthrough 2014 2 17

Walking Into the Floor is the third somatic education exercise of the self-relief program, Free Your Psoas. This exercise coordinates and frees the psoas muscles, front of the thighs, and back muscles in movement patterns similar to walking. It integrates the core musculature of the pelvis and trunk as well as the superficial muscles commonly referred to as "core" -- the abdominals. 

As with all somatic education programs, this exercise depends for its effectiveness upon good results with the preceding somatic education exercises, Locating the Center of Breathing and Slide and Turn (which distinguishes the psoas muscles from the neighboring and more superficial gluteus minimus and rectus femoris muscles).

You may find it helpful to view this summary walkthrough.

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