Summary: Your Psoas Muscle is key to optimal health and emotional well-being. Gaining a healthy, functional psoas will improve your agility, resiliency, strength and core power. Found deep within the belly core, this primal muscle is also part of your survival response and reflects your sense of inner safety or danger. International somatic educator, and creator of Core Awareness Liz Koch develops human potential by becoming consciously aware of this bio-intelligent tissue. With over 30 years specializing in the psoas, Liz is recognized in the somatic, bodywork and fitness professions as an authority on the core muscle. Join her and discover your psoas and how to maintain core integrity. Delving into the core of human awareness, each podcast is an adventure! Interviews with cutting edge approaches for healing trauma, activating coherency and dynamic healing protocol. Remember your psoas is a messenger of the central nervous system, so don't shoot the messenger! Instead, develop your Core Awareness to unravel scoliosis, let go of back pain, resolve injuries and increase healthy expression. Check out her workshop schedule, tele-classes, articles, and books at www.coreawareness.com.
Tonio Epstein of The Magical Mystery Tour, which features interviews creative and leading edge thinkers who are contributing to the “more beautiful world our heart knows is possible,” interviews Liz Koch about Stalking Wild Psoas: Embodying Your Core Intelligence.
Acupuncturist & Holistic Self Care Strategist Brodie Welch (host of Healthy Curiosity) interviews Liz Koch about the psycho-emotional-somatic dimensions of the psoas from a Chinese Medicine perspective.
Mark Walsh of The Embodiment Podcast interviews me as the "Psoas queen" to discuss psoas as the muscle of the soul, body as process, language of the body, cannibalism, anatomy vs embryology, fight-flight, car seats, birth, sex, modern disconnection and more.
Wild Woman-counselor Kristy Taylor interviews Liz Koch about the symbolism and authenticity found in the Bones and how kinesthetic awareness of psoas supports both creativity and agency.
Small Changes Big Shifts creator Dr. Michelle Robin interviews Liz Koch and discusses psoas, well-being, and the importance of nourishing our whole being.
Health Advocate Dr David L. Biles DDS interviews Liz Koch about the bio-intelligent psoas and the importance of changing the language of body for achieving health.
Personal Growth & Healing Coach Evrim Numanoglu Ozgen interviews Liz Koch (for her Be A Self Made Goddess online Masterclass) about how she developed CoreAwareness and became an international author and educator on the Psoas.
Acupuncturist & Holistic Self Care Strategist Brodie Welch (host of Healthy Curiosity) interviews Liz Koch about the energetic psoas from an Eastern perspective and supportive approaches to core, curiosity, and flourishing.
Wild Woman & Birth Doula/Woman's advocate Kimberly Ann Johnson (Activate Your Inner Jaguar) interviews Liz Koch on Wild Psoas, Birth, Orgasm, Eros and Empowerment.
Dr. Susan Eirich is a licensed psychologist, biologist, educator, and the director of the Earthfire Institute. Her goal is to widen the conversational circle around conservation to include the voices of all living beings. She summons us to hear other species so that we may tap into a broader, deeper nourishment of life, self, and other. Liz Koch and Susan Eirich discuss the mutual life supporting benefits of a dynamic multispecies initiative toward finding new ways of being on the Earth. (photo is of Earthfire the wolf and her brother Red).
Jaap Van der Wal M.D., Ph.D. is a Dutch phenomenological embryologist, teacher, and author who provides a counterweight against the reductionist scientific vision of human existence and the embryonic journey that each of us has taken. Exposing the dogma of anatomy as false, Jaap reshapes our mainstream objectification of self to expose the truth of […]
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