The physical form made up the structural, physiological, genetic/epigenetic, biomechanical, and nutritional aspects in which we experience life.
The muscle, bone, cartilage, ligament, tissue, fascia, cells, joints, organs, glands, etc. that make up the physical body.
The function and communication of all organs and glands and their systems: cardiovascular system, circulatory system, nervous system, respiratory system, digestive system, detoxification system, urinary system, lymphatic system, etc.
Genetic information passed down physically and/or vibrationally from parents or previous generations including traumas, emotions, physical characteristics, pathological potentials, and athletic, creative, and intellectual ability potentials.
How the body moves in life and within specific activities like walking and running, sports, exercise, childcare, and general daily movements: sitting, standing, bending to pick something up, etc.
The body’s utilization of nutrients and nourishment in order to function properly and at its most optimal.