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Have your client move to the side of the table so that one leg is hanging off the edge of the table while they are holding their other knee toward their chest. While holding their shoulder, gently press their knee toward the floor only as far as is comfortable.
Have your client attempt to bring their knee toward the ceiling against your resistance - only as strong and as long as is comfortable.
As the psoas fatigues, bring your client’s knee toward their chest.
While holding your client’s shoulder, press their knee toward the floor only as far as is comfortable.
Always have your client holding their other knee toward their chest. This reduces any lumbar lordosis and prevents injury to the low back. When the psoas fatigues, be careful not to exert any additional pressure on the knee. Instead, release the stretch and allow the psoas to passively contract by bringing the knee toward the chest.
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