CRP - Its Where Its At!
Updated: May 16, 2018
It's a simple technique that anyone can do to release and reset your psoas. I see it as a whole-body/mind resent.
The psoas has many implications throughout your whole body as well as emotional well being. The more I learned about the psoas and practiced CRP I knew it's where its at!
"The psoas is the most important muscle you've never heard of and it is involved in, and responsible for, a great deal of the body's chronic pain. " -Corewalking
I teach CRP to all of my Yoga for Back Care students and encourage them to do it at home frequently.
(I only hold, and have my student hold, the pose for 10 minutes and have seen great results - but if you have 30 minutes go for it!)