There is a direct relationship between the muscle’s integrity, body structure and the underlying organ energy, which links to the physiology of the body. This is discussed often, as experts in their fields such as medical, physiotherapy or chiropractor aren’t able to look at other factors.
However, Kinesiology is holistic and has this capability.
If you have tight muscles in your back your breathing is restricted which limits the amount of oxygen in your body
and can create oxidative stress which increases the toxicity in your body.
Did you know that stress and toxicity are the two major factors of disease and can lead to chronic conditions such as; heart disease or osteoporosis.
And all that from a tight back!
The first law of biochemistry (the chemical processes in the body) is that structure governs function.
In everyday language this means that the body structure significantly impacts how the different body systems work. If you have twisted hips and lean to one side because you are misaligned that lean and twist will squash and twist the organs causing all sorts of complications. This is due to the lack of freedom of movement in our organs and structure.
Scientifically, what is happening is the shape of the proteins that make up the enzymes that regulates the body’s biochemistry is essentially what determines their function. This molecular concept can be expanded through the whole body, where alignment, posture and muscle integrity have a direct relationship with the physiology of the body.
The connection between the musculoskeletal system and the body’s organs is the fascia. Fascia is layer of webbing over the muscles, organs and whole of the body that lubricates and guides movement. The biggest contributing factor causing the muscles (including veins and arteries) to contract and tighten is inflammation. This is when the body becomes stiff and inflexible, movement is restricted in the musculoskeletal system and around the organs. This can create anything from pain and stiffness to serious illness.
In Kinesiology, we work with vibrations. To find to underlying issue in the body’s structure and function we may be required to look at the cells. Each cell, tissue, organs or system has a different vibrational frequency and resonate differently with each other. Much like with do with different people we are in contact with. The health of an individual cell type is reflected by its frequency. How all the different cells, organs, tissues and systems resonate can create harmony or disharmony. To truly heal a disease or structural issue we may need to dig deep to cells to release the stress.