It’s been claimed that psoas muscle (pronounced SO-as) may be the most important muscle in your body. Without this essential muscle group, the moves you take for granted, standing up, for example, couldn’t happen.
In fact, whether you run, bike, dance, practice yoga, or just hang out on your couch, your psoas muscles are involved. That’s because your psoas muscles are the primary connectors between your torso and your legs. They affect your posture and help to stabilise your spine. Janie Lamour from Zen Ki Yoga takes us through a 20 minute class.