Far too many people have been to doctor after doctor but instead of getting help they've only been offered more medication, more cortisone shots, and more temporary relief.
Or maybe you have had repeated prescriptions for physical therapy that haven't solved your issues, sometimes even making things worse.
But what I have learned from healing myself and helping others do the same is that here is some pain that is traditional therapies simply don't help.
There are events in life that are too intense to process in the moment and that unprocessed energy is stored in the psoas muscle which falls into dysfunction and can affect the body in so many ways.
Passively releasing tension from the body's most important core muscle can provide immediate relief from long term pain and injury.
In this program you will learn how to release what is often years of physical tension and emotional holding that has led to pain and physical dysfunction.
And you will learn to create posture and movement patterns that you need to live a long, active and healthy life.
The psoas is the most important muscle in the body for a number of reasons. Learn about them all.
The psoas holds us upright and we only stand well when we employ this amazing muscle.
Unprocessed energy that the body can't immediately cope with is stored in the psoas. Learn to release this energy!
The series of release exercises will allow you to dispense with chronic tension and find newfound freedom of movement.
More than ten years ago, I suffered through a series of knee surgeries and never thought that I would ever be out of pain.
Yet over a decade later, not only am I pain free but I am helping people find similar relief from pain with the help of understanding this magical muscle.
After my third surgery, I set out to learn about the body and stumbled by accident onto the psoas muscle.
"SO-AZ". The P is silent.
Prior to this discovery, I felt like I had tried it all.
I'd done physical therapy and it worked short term. But the pain would always come back.I love my chiropractor but soon after getting adjusted, the pain would return like clockwork.
I had been to numerous doctors who provided little insight. And not once did they mention the psoas muscle.
Then I learned about this amazing muscle and how important it was.
To discover that this was the muscle that actually holds us upright...
that literally walks us through life...
and most incredibly...
acts as a warehouse for our pain and trauma---this was eye-opening and fascinating to me.
The main thing I learned is that there are some things you simply can't stretch or strengthen your way out of.
"Release Work" is a fancy name for laying around doing very little but accomplishing a LOT in terms of physical and emotional release.
Imagine a treatment for your pain where less is more? That'd be amazing right?
Well, that's why I call this the "Psoas Release Party!"
Psoas release work is effective with many issues involving the deep core of the body. Especially problems that don't seem to be helped by traditional therapies.
Lower Back Pain
Pelvic Floor Issues
Hip Flexor Problems
Bloating & Digestion
Peeing at Night
The Psoas Release Party! includes:
10 comprehensive video lessons about psoas anatomy & function
10 Release Videos for healing pain and trauma
Bonus: Take A Walk With Me mp3 20 minute audio for standing and walking
Bonus: The New Psoas Release Party eBook
Bonus: One Video Walking Analysis send us your walk on video for review
Psoas Release Party!
Release Your Body From Chronic Pain And Discomfort
I highly recommend Jonathan FitzGordon's Psoas Release Party to most of my patients at some point in their care when they are ready. I have told countless people to take the live class over the years. Now to learn from the video at home where they can really let the poses sink in is priceless. The information is invaluable and the feedback from my patients is excellent. They love it and I can see the results.
Dr. Lisa Kirsch // Chiropractor
I've attended Fitzgordon's Psoas Release Party in person years ago and my regular yoga practice (and street practice) underwent substantial change. It's heartening to see that so much of the spirit and content of the live event have been incorporated into the videos. No more reliance on my hastily scrawled notes.
Sharon Frost // Artist
I am a teacher from a long line of teachers. It is in my blood.
When I set out to help people deal with pain issues I knew immediately that clients and customers needed to be educated about their bodies.
The more we know about our bodies, the more likely we are to heal and stay healed.
Learn: The first half of the “Psoas Release Party” teaches you all about the amazing psoas describing in accessible detail its anatomy and function.
Release: The second half of the “Psoas Release Party,” all about the exercises that will change the way you feel for the better, forever.
Passive poses designed to allow gravity to have its way with your body, creating a spacious sense of ease in both the body and mind.
Jonathan FitzGordon // Creator
Following three knee surgeries in my thirties I took a step back to see why I kept repeating the same injuries over and over again.
When someone asked me what I was doing to prevent a fourth surgery my life's work presented itself. First I got healthy myself and now I am translating that for others.
I have been practicing yoga since 1995 and teaching since 2000. The CoreWalking Program and Psoas Release Party! followed soon after and I have dedicated my life to helping people figure out complex pain issues.
This is exactly what I've been looking for...can not express how much the Psoas Release Party! has helped me realize the connection the emotions and muscles play on our bodies. Recommend this to everyone who deals with back pain. The Posas muscles play such a crucial role in our body.
Callie S // Business Analyst
I have noticed tremendous ease in my body because of his simple yet effective release exercises. My posture continues to improve. Jonathan is a scholar of the human anatomy. He carefully breaks down the mechanics of the iliopsoas and how to maintain homeostasis in the body.
Micheleen Karneiesz // Lawyer
If there's one muscle of the body everyone should study, it's the psoas major. Jonathon FitzGordon's Psoas Release Party concisely explains essential information on the psoas in plain English. It's a pleasure to watch and easy to comprehend even if you know nothing about anatomy.
Alfredo Balaban // Author
Finding freedom from long terms pain in injury is within reach. And you won't have to work hard to find it. Doing these passive exercises will help you start feeling better immediately. The Psoas Release Party! will get you back to the active lifestyle you thought was gone forever.
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Simply put, there are some issues that we can't stretch our way out of. And these same issues are not often helped by medication or surgery.
Putting the body into a position where gravity can offer some assistance in the release of chronic tension has helped thousands of our customers.
The psoas is a deep core muscle that is easy to ignore. But more and more people, including medical professionals are becoming aware of how important a functional psoas is to healing.
Absolutely. And we promise that your exercises will become easier and deeper once you release the psoas.
Getting out of pain often correlates to how long you have been in pain but if you start doing the exercises, or even only do the first one consistently you will find immediate relief and assorted benefits.
While the releases on their own will get you far along on the journey to healing, you do need to start paying attention to how you are using the psoas muscle in your daily life to make sure that it is serving you well.
While the releases are designed to be done while lying on the floor, they can also be done on a bed. While, not ideal, doing the releases consistently on the floor will ultimately help you get on the floor.