test

The psoassō -əs • is part of the iliopsoas muscle group, which plays a key role in healthy alignment, stability and efficient movement. Its proper training commonly relieves back and pelvic pain. The psoas major as a true core muscle hugs the lumbar spine, the iliacus is our most important hip flexor.
  • Discover the role of the psoas muscles in movement, stability and balance
  • Release your lower back and deepen your breathing
  • Create more ease of movement in walking, running and sitting
  • Feel grounded, stable and dynamically aligned
  • Experience natural flexibility in your hip joints
Course Investment of
$194
OR
Two Installments of
$117
The Franklin Method has proved invaluable to our students at the Juilliard School in NYC for the past several years. Learning how to use mental imagery and functional anatomy for dance augments our training program beautifully as it is clear, precise, and useful in every way for any dancer. The students have found it revelatory!
Lawrence Rhodes Director of the Dance Division The Juilliard School – www.juilliard.edu

Program Table of Contents

Session 1

THIS MODULE INCLUDES 6 VIDEOS – CLICK TO SEE LIST +

  1. Three Movement Possibilities At Any Joint
  2. The Function Of The Psoas Major
  3. The Superficial And Deep Psoas Major
  4. Upright Exercise 1: Hip Flexion With Focus On The Iliopsoas
  5. Supine Exercise 1: Engaging The Illiopsoas
  6. Supine Exercise 2: Hip Flexion With Franklin Balls

Session 2

THIS MODULE INCLUDES 6 VIDEOS – CLICK TO SEE LIST +

  1. Redirecting The Iliopsoas Muscle
  2. The Function Of The Psoas Minor
  3. Upright Exercise 2: The Iliopsoas Walk
  4. Supine Exercise 3: Focus On Psoas Minor
  5. Supine Exercise 4: Extended Leg Iliopsoas Conditioning A
  6. Supine Exercise 5: Extended Leg Iliopsoas Conditioning B

Session 3

THIS MODULE INCLUDES 6 VIDEOS – CLICK TO SEE LIST +

  1. Upright Exercise 3: Iliacus and Pelvic Tilt
  2. Upright Exercise 4: Franklin Band Iliopsoas Conditioning
  3. Upright Exercise 5: Imagining Directions Through Iliopsoas
  4. Supine Exercise 6: Alternating Hip Flexions
  5. Upright Exercise 6: Stretching the Iliopsoas
  6. Supine Exercise 7: Franklin Band Iliopsoas Conditioning

Bonus Session

THIS MODULE INCLUDES 4 VIDEOS – CLICK TO SEE LIST +

  1. How the Piriformis influences psoas function.
  2. Releasing and toning the piriformis with imagery and proprioception.
  3. Ball exercises to release, strengthen and balance the piriformis and psoas.
  4. Relaxing your back by moving the kidneys on the psoas.
Contact Us

Please contact us with any questions or comments.

Not readable? Change text.
0