with Small Intestine meridian. This important meridian also governs the abdominal muscles, so hip and back problems can be caused by Small Intestine meridian, as well.
If your digestive tract is sluggish, flush Small Intestine meridian and rub the Small Intestine Neurolymphatic points on the inside of the thighs and all along the bottom of the rib cage (pp. 96-97). This helps speed the digestive process.
Exercise: To get the whole digestive system moving, trace Small Intestine meridian (pp. 115-118) and Stomach meridian (pg. 123-124) frequently.
Exercise: Strengthen abdominal muscles by tracing Small Intestine meridian forward (pp. 115-118) and doing the Crown Pull (pg. 88-90).
Note: Page numbers correlate with the book Energy Medicine (Tarchar/Penguin, 2008)