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Have you heard about our new mat Pilates class?

Posted by on Feb 18, 2020 in Meet Your Therapist, Workshop

Have you heard about our new mat Pilates class?

Bodywork, at Psoas, is about more than manual therapy and massage. That’s why our therapists draw on cross-disciplinary training to provide Psoas clients with a more comprehensive approach. We know you may not be familiar with every therapist at the clinic, so this month we want to share about the cross-disciplinary work of Derek Lozupone. Derek is a massage therapist and Pilates trainer, who specializes in incorporating Pilates techniques into his bodywork and treatment plans. Clients can see Derek for sessions that combine sports massage and Pilates instruction, or choose to focus on...

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Is your sartorius ready to go?

Posted by on Jan 29, 2020 in Exercises, Stretches

Is your sartorius ready to go?

While the glutes and hamstrings often get a lot of attention in athletics, other muscles require just as much care to keep us at our best — whether running, jumping, dancing, or swimming. This week, we’re taking a look at one of those very muscles: a hip flexor called the sartorius, which spans all the way from the hip to the knee.     In our Quick Tip this week, Derek and Jenny will demonstrate how to effectively stretch this important muscle. The Sartorius Stretch is an active one, and great for runners, swimmers, tennis players, and anyone doing a lot...

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Reboot your body for the new year!

Posted by on Jan 14, 2020 in Bodywork Techniques, Exercises

Reboot your body for the new year!

Have you given your body a reboot yet this year? It’s important to do so and give your body time to reset, especially after a long day at your desk. By engaging those muscles that haven’t been activated, you can encourage your body to return back to normal alignment, and help prevent pain and injury from overuse.   In this week’s Quick Tip, Jenny will demonstrate the Standing Reboot exercise to target those unused muscles. It’s a great way to...

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How’s your core stability?

Posted by on Dec 14, 2019 in Exercises, Health and Wellness

How’s your core stability?

So much in the body draws strength and protection from the core. So, in this week’s Quick Tip, we’re focusing on how to work towards more stability in this crucial area of the body. Core stabilization is important for many of us — but can be of special concern for athletes, anyone with low back pain/stiffness, and anyone who sits at a desk or drives frequently. In this week’s Quick Tip, Jenny and Chris guide us through the Bird Dog Exercise, a great warm-up to get the core ready for changing conditions. Doing regular core stabilization work like this can help take...

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