Freeze! Don’t move and notice your posture. Chances are–if you’re reading this on a computer, tablet or smart phone–your head and shoulders are hunched forward and your spine is rounded. Your neck, jaw and dominant arm may also be tense.…
The Psoas: Is it the most important postural muscle?
Psoas: the most important postural muscle? Well, I think it is anyway. There are many, many reasons I think this: I could practically write a BOOK about the psoas. But here’s something to think about. When we went from walking on four legs to walking on two, we had to find a way to hold our upper bodies, well, up.