The muscle of your soul, aka your Psoas muscles.
Your psoas muscles attach from the front of the low spine, dive through the pelvis, and then insert onto the inside of the inner thigh. It is the only muscle that attaches the legs to the spine.
Not only is it important for structural health, but it is also directly related to psychological well-being. This muscle tends to be in a chronic ‘fight or flight’ response as it is almost always in a continual shortened position as we sit through most of our days.
By restoring balance to your psoas muscles, you are likely to release pent up tension, which can have a profound effect on releasing unfounded fearfulness about life.
Watch the video, to learn more about this muscle and why I’m referring to it as the muscle of your soul. And, as you watch, I invite you as you to stand up. Come to a gentle leg lunge, which will help to stretch and lengthen your psoas, your muscle of the soul.