How Movement Can Improve Your Gut Health

core connections movement wellness Feb 21, 2020


Can I help you connect the dots on something?

After working with my clients, women that go through my programs and myself, I have noticed the power that movement has on our gut health.

This is because fascia is involved in our gut microbiome and movement plays a huge role in the function of our fascia.

Consider those dots connected!

But there's a difference between movement and exercise that I need to touch on.

To me, the word "exercise" comes off very intense and intensity leads to gripping which ultimately only works the surface layer of muscles.

That's why I like to use the word "movement" as it addresses the deeper fascial layers while improving the energy flow through the body.

Aka, exactly what I teach!

So, now's your time to get a little movement practice in! If you don't have something to guide you, make sure to check out my Pilates flow workout >>HERE<<. Remember, a little goes a long way...take these 10-minutes for you to enhance your body's energy, improve your mind-body connection and get that gut of yours moving!

The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regiment or purchasing any product(s).

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