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This is similar to the Psoas Stretch Sidelying, except for the difference in body mechanics. When working on larger clients this stretch may be easier to do.
Stand behind your client so that the lateral side of your hip is pressed against their sacrum. Cradle the client's top leg in your arms and stretch your client's psoas by rotating your body away from your client. From a stretched position have your client try to flex their hip with only 10% of their strength for 10 seconds. Then have your client extend their hip further. You can gently assist with hip extension at the end of the stretch.
The hip flexion against resistance creates a post-isometric relaxation of the psoas muscle. The hip extension uses the antagonists of the psoas (gluteus maximus and hamstrings) and by reciprocal inhibition will cause the psoas to relax more.
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