ResponsiveMultiLevelMenu (codrops) style requires jQuery library version 1.7 or higher, but you have opted to provide your own library. Please ensure you have the proper version of jQuery included. (note: this is not an error)
With your client lying prone, have them lift their knee toward the ceiling. Place your knee under your clients knee, then have them press their knee downwards with 10% of their strength for 10 seconds. Then have them lift their knee, and you assist them at the end of the stretch. You can repeat this several times.
If your client is straightening their knee with either movement they are engaging their quadriceps. Have your client be relaxed at the knee so that all the movement or stretch is happening with the psoas and iliacus.
When they are pressing their knee downward they are engaging the psoas and iliacus. This will cause a post isometric relaxation allowing it to stretch further. When they raise their knee, they are using their glutes and hamstrings. This will cause a reciprocal inhibition of the psoas and iliacus, allowing them to stretch further.
This work is adapted from the Orthopedic Massage work of James Waslaski. More information may be found at www.orthomassage.net
Construction of this new version of the library is still in progress. The import of videos from the old version of the library is about 90% complete and should be completed in the next day or two. During this time the video library is open to public, no login or registration necessary. We appreciate your patience with this process.
With the rebuilding of over 800 interlinked pages with video content, there are bound to be some errors and glitches. Please let us know of any problems or concerns by using our contact form here. Your help is greatly appreciated.