Mod 3: Client Movement

Reveal your clients existing restrictions through a compromised Psoas muscle


A compromised Psoas muscle (our postural muscle) will affect the whole spine and body alignment

By demonstrating your clients restrictions to them (prior to treatment) you are enabling them to become aware of these restrictions. Most people I see do not know what restrictions they have because they have never had their whole body assessed before. So you are enabling your client to compare the demonstrable changes that will occur after the soaz method. Always ask them to observe and tell you what side of their body moves the best: you then record the most restricted side.

Throughout my years of treating the Psoas I have become aware that if we are able to move well we seem to have less pain and discomfort. Perhaps this is because when we are biomechanically well tuned there is less friction in our body. Less friction may be the reason we have  less morbidity in the body.

When someone's posture changes they will start to tell you that they feel "straighter" or "my clothes seem to hang better on me now" or they don't feel lopsided. These are sentiments I never heard when I was treating with my previous modalities.

I will take you step by step through the movement assessment I do with my clients allowing the client to see for themselves their full body movement restrictions as they are now: before treatment.

This is a crucial first step for the therapist to compare and record one side of the body to the other before treatment begins. Recording the initial restrictions allows the post movement changes to be compared and recorded. This is the real time evidence of the power of the psoas muscles in this process.

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