Benevolent Psoas SRY Practice Bundle


This online practice includes:

  • Four 60 min SRY Yoga Practices that can be watched again and again
  • Contemplative teachings from the yogic tradition 

Look at the psoas!

The psoas covers a lot of ground. It goes behind all of your abdominal organs, attaches to ALL of your lumbar vertebrae and discs.


It is meant to be soft, mobile, resilient, and juicy. But for many people, it is rigid, stuck, tight, fatigued, and dry.


Luckily, release is possible! Your body adapts to what you do again and again… so you can practice feeling safe & releasing again and again.


Why Is The Psoas Benevolent?

Benevolent is defined as the quality of being well-meaning.

From birth, whenever we experience fear, threat, lack, loss or insecurity our bodies want to go into a fetal position or flee. For both of these things to occur, the psoas needs to engage and it clamps down to protect us. It doesn’t know the difference between real threat and perceived threat. 

The stress in our lives habituates us to chronic feelings of fight or flight, so most of us have chronically shortened psoas muscles. 

The psoas muscles don’t need to be strengthened. They need to be stretched… mindfully. Learning to release your psoas will set you free from pain, fear, and habitual stress.


  • Props required for this practice:
    • 2-3 yoga blankets (minimum),
    • 2 yoga blocks, and
    • An armless chair
  • Do NOT attempt this series if pregnant.

Releasing the Benevolent Psoas


Complimentary SRY Yoga Practice

Supreme Release Yoga is calming, grounding, and nourishing. 

You can open up a world within that has an inner divinity and stability that abides even amidst the most challenging of circumstances. 

Set aside an hour and experience the power of SRY!