Massage Tutorial: Myofascial release for psoas and iliacus (hip flexors)

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Do you have a client with complex posterior and anterior hip symptoms? If they have pain along the inguinal ligament as well as in the lumbosacral region, iliopsoas is indicated.

While you could go in and mash on trigger points, a strategy that is somewhat friendlier to the nervous system is to slowly acclimate the region to touch. Sink slowly, giving the abdominal wall and the enteric nervous system time to adapt to the new stimulus. Once you've engaged iliacus and/or psoas, give it the same patience you would afford any other muscle that never receives touch.

What are our goals here? Proximally (we're talking time here, not anatomical terminology), to acclimate the region to touch. Even this can be quite profound, giving the client an awareness of their deep musculature that they would not have had without your intervention. Distally, to reduce resting tone in the hip flexors, allowing the hips to move more freely without the constant tension on the low back and inguinal ligament.

Would it be wise to work on the insertion at the lesser trochanter? Almost certainly, but I can't say as I've ever done it. Share your strategies in the comments, or make your own video! I'll happily link to your video response in my description.

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