The ‘Muscle of the Soul’ May Be Triggering Your Fear and Anxiety - Here Are 7 Stretches to Unlock it
The psoas muscle is prone to getting strained. Here’s what you need to do to finally get some psoas muscle pain relief (and maybe ease your anxiety, too!).
I've been seeing a LOT of tight psoas muscles lately! This muscle attaches to your lower spine and to your thigh bone. If it's tight (sitting too much?) it pulls your lower back. It's ONE of the common causes of lower back pain! If you can stretch this regularly then your lower back may feel a lot better! (makes your tummy look a bit flatter too.) ;)
6 Yoga Poses for Tight Hips — YOGABYCANDACE
If you're someone whose job requires sitting for long periods of time, this sequence might just be your new favorite thing. All six of these yoga poses will help to gently open the hips, which may release tension in the low back and legs. Anyone up for a little lunch break yoga? Here we go.
Piriformis Muscle: The Root Cause of Your Low Back and Hip Pain
I will explain the importance of the piriformis muscle, common places of trigger points and fascial adhesions found within the muscle, and effective ways to treat an overactive piriformis muscle.
5 Quick Relieving Home Remedies for Sciatica Pain!
Want to get rid of that sciatica nerve pain & lower back pain for good? Here's the top 5 relief remedies & exercises you definitely must consider...
Stretches For The Most Ignored Hip Flexor | TFL/ Tensor Fascia Latae
This is a great stretch to help you with tight hip flexors and and pain in the front and side of the hip . Some people ever have pain on the side of their le...
Turning down TFL — Rayner & Smale
TFL pain and tightness is a common problem in hip/knee injuries. Recently I asked a group of Australian Physiotherapists what their tips for reducing TFL overactivity were. Precision of technique and quality of movement was the message that came from every therapists. The aim
How to Relieve Tensor Fasciae Latae (TFL) Pain
Pain in tensor fasciae latae can cause lot of distress; however, with proper support and guidance, it can be managed effectively with therapies and exercise.