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Walking On One Leg is Getting Boring: Can You Help?

January 23rd, 2005 Leave a comment Go to comments

STOP – PRESS. MANY THANKS TO THE GENEROUS BENEFACTOR WHO HAS PROVIDED FREEDOM WITH HIS INVERSION TABLE.

As I have described before I have suffered long term trauma injuries to my body as a result of being raped as a child. The psoas muscles, which is a key to walking, running, sitting and all aspects of the core-stability of the body is heavily involved in trauma responses. (See article links below).

My left psoas has been locked for thirty seven years as a direct physical consequence of rape. On the right, the psoas is just starting to respond and tighten having remained unused. The twisting compensations in my body have been huge. It was first spotted in a meditation retreat when the teacher asked why my shoulder was always lower. Five years on the full nature of the physical rehabilitation I need has becme clear. The gluteus maximus, psoas and trapezius on the right have never been functioning correctly and are all starting to recover. I am gaining in hieght a lot.

In straightening my body, my spine is being constantly stressed and injured as different muscle groups start to work. I need an inversion table to help manage and heal these injuries. Can you help? Total cost is £184.90. Even small amounts can add up and make it sooner that I can walk on two legs instead of my usual sort of hopping.

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Articles on Psoas & Trauma: Psoas Health : Trauma Recovery Protocol by the Psoas Guru Liz Koch and Psoas Release by By William R. Moyal, D.C.

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