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The gut system and structural imbalances - what's the connection?

Updated: Apr 22

Part two: The muscle-meridian-organ connection

In week 5 of the Functional Kinesiology Foundation training we learn about all the muscles that relate to structural issues. But how can muscles relate to the gut?

How a structural imbalance impacts on the digestion

Think of your small intestines - its job is to be able to pull out all those nutrients from the food that you've eaten and digested, but what if your structural imbalances are having an impact on it?

As Kinesiologists, we can identify through muscle testing, if the client has issues with their small intestines by looking at:

  • the rectus abdominals (your six pack),

  • the transverse abdominals (the big ones that go around the back),

  • the obliques, which help with rotation and twisting,

  • and the lower abdominals.

Check out the video to find out more

To find out more about your own body, book a 121 session or kinesiology taster session at Wells or Somerton:

Or check out my functional kinesiology course


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