Basically, the digestive system is one long tube from mouth to anus.  Chewing creates peristaltic waves through the digestive system, and keeping the body moving helps to keep good gut health. If you have a sedentary life style, sit or stand for long periods due to work, you may find you get issues, i.e. indigestion, cramps, irritable bowel, constipation, diarrhoea, and other digestive problems. Anxiety, worry, and stress may also compress the natural gut movement. These rubbing points are neuro-lymphatic points which may aid the circulation of the gut area, and reduce discomfort.

Rachel lead

I would summarise myself as a ‘bodyworker’ of over 25 years experience. I have been a member of the KF since 1993. I joined the KF Policy Board in 2013 and was involved with training standards and became the chairperson until 2019. I encourage students to join the KF for support in this profession. I have helped people over the years with a wide range of problems, physically, emotionally and by looking at nutritional support – ‘you are what you eat’…I expanded my practice skills by training in RMTi – Rhythmic Movement, to expand my knowledge on working with children/adults. I qualified as a Consultant in 2019 –

My objective is to promote the use and understanding of Touch for Health and Bodywork Kinesiology to the general public, for health care/wellness and support for themselves and their family. I love empowering people by teaching ‘energetic exercises and applications’ for self – use and sharing. I absolutely love teaching students who wish to learn the art and skills of ‘muscle response testing/monitoring’ and to watch them blossom and grow… and to guide them onto becoming practitioners/carers/instructors, or whatever their dreams intend… 

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