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Pelvic Integration: The Psoas and Its Role in Pelvic Integrity and Emotional Well-Being

Our psoas is the only muscle that connects our upper body to the lower.  Its location deep within the core puts it in touch with the enteric, central and autonomic nervous systems. This large and dynamic muscle passes through the pelvis, has direct contact with the kidneys and diaphragm and is part of the deep front fascial line. As the container for our most primal fears and our everyday stresses, the psoas reflects how safe and empowered and how centered and congruent we feel.  Its health is critical to our feeling grounded and at ease in the world.

In this three-day class we’ll explore the structure and function of the psoas and its interrelationship with the pelvis, breath, alarm system, emotions and more. It is recommended to have taken Talking to the Heart and the Birth of Love previously. 

Susan Maycock, M.S., C.S.T. has over 40 years experience helping individuals and families live more balanced and empowered lives and has trained with leaders in the fields of Rehabilitation Counseling, Craniosacral Therapy, Sound Healing and Shamanic Healing.  For more detailed information go to: and register with the Cranio Sacral School of the Masters.


Earlier Event: September 17
Brain II Practice Day
Later Event: January 6
Basics of Cranio Sacral