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Liz Koch Teleclass on the Psoas Muscle

Iliopsoas MuscleI am always trying to find time to go to one more training seminar. I love learning, don’t you? I think I will always feel like I just can’t get enough new information. Most seminars in our field sound exciting and always have tons of content we all need.

Well, Liz Koch, who has spent 30 years teaching and writing about the iliopsoas muscle, is making it easier for us. I have wanted to attend her seminars for years, and it just hasn’t worked out logistically. She is hosting her first teleseminar on the Psoas muscle. If you have an interest or would like a deeper understanding of the Psoas muscle, you can attend this from the comfort of your own home.

It starts next Wednesday, April 9th for five consecutive weeks from 7pm-8pm EST. Check out her website Core Awareness to get more information!

By · Posted on April 5, 2008 · Topic News

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2 Responses to “Liz Koch Teleclass on the Psoas Muscle”

  1. Liz Koch on February 15th, 2011 10:46 am

    Thanks Kelley, My 2011 tele-class just began (Feb 8th) – it is not too late to join for a lecture format course on how important the Psoas is for true core strength. Today is the second live class but all classes are available to listen to as downloads for the full 5 weeks. Plus I offer free coaching to answer your questions about yourself and your clients.

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