Groin pain?

It may be a Psoas issue.


What are the symptoms of a tight psoas muscle?


  • Tension and pain in the lower back, hips, buttocks, pelvis, or groin.

  • Lower back spasms.

  • Snapping hip syndrome.

  • Radiating pain down the leg.

  • Sciatica.

  • Lumbar disc problems.

  • Limping.

  • Functional leg length discrepancy.


I’ve found that a combination of these self-treatments are the most beneficial, by allowing your Psoas to relax, release and soften



-using micro-movements with a semi-deflated pilates ball -lie in the constructive rest position -move from flight or fight into rest, digest and repair using Pranayama, Guided meditation, restorative yoga -soak in warm mineral baths containing Epsom Salts and Magnesium Flakes -use somatic movements to release habitually contracted muscles and improve posture, taking the strain out of your hip flexors -Using somatic movements to increase awareness from the inside out – helping us notice when we tighten up, how we sit and move that may be impacting our core -keep a healthy range of movement through the spine via somatics and gentle yoga


If you'd like further information, please contact me at info@susieorr.com

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