Clinical Somatics for Uneven Leg Length

Join Clinical Somatic Educator Sarah Warren as she guides you through a series of Clinical Somatics movement classes in the comfort of your home.

Did you know that most cases of uneven leg length are caused by chronically tight muscles?

Tight muscles in the waist, hips, and lower back can hike one hip up higher than the other, resulting in one leg seeming to be longer than the other. Your nervous system has learned to keep these muscles tight over the course of your lifetime.

In order to let your hips even out and relieve the issue of uneven leg length, you need to train your nervous system to release your chronically tight muscles.

To retrain your nervous system to keep your muscles released, you must engage in an active learning process consisting of slow, conscious movements. Passive methods such as stretching, massage, and chiropractic don’t have any lasting effect because they do not change the messages that your brain is sending to your muscles to stay tight.

Clinical Somatic Education is gentle, therapeutic, and suitable for all ages and physical abilities.

This class series includes three instructional audio classes (74 minutes, 52 minutes, and 34 minutes in length) and two short proprioceptive exercises. You will learn gentle, relaxing exercises that you can do on a daily basis to release the chronic muscular tension that is causing your uneven leg length.

*Please note that all the exercises in this class are also included in Full Body Pain Relief & Relaxation and the Level One & Two Courses.

Start relieving uneven leg length today!

Simply download the class series, and within minutes you can be learning how to relieve uneven leg length.

In this series of instructional audio recordings,
you’ll learn how to:

  • Use Thomas Hanna’s technique of pandiculation to release the chronically tight muscles that cause uneven leg length

  • Prevent recurring injuries and degeneration
  • Regain flexibility and range of motion in your hips
  • Relearn natural, efficient movement patterns
  • Take care of yourself on a daily basis with slow, gentle, relaxing exercises