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7 Steps for contacting acupressure points: 1. Be centered, grounded, and connected to your breath, 2...
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Recently, someone wrote in to Big Tree to share her story about using acupuncture to recover from two strokes.

http://bigtreehealing.com/acupuncture-for-stroke-recovery/
Acupuncture for stroke recovery is very safe, and can be an extremely beneficial adjunct therapy to stroke rehabilitation when administered correctly.
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Sensing or Seeking?

Sensing implies feeling for what is already present.
http://bigtreehealing.com/sensing-or-seeking/
Seeking implies finding that which is not yet attained. Sensing implies feeling for what is already present...
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Hands-on healing is hard work!
Now, I understand that the less physical effort I use, the better it is for both my clients and myself.

http://bigtreehealing.com/less-effort-better-results-meridian-massage/
Hands-on healing is hard work! At least that was my mind set when I began my career in Massage Therapy. I used trigger point therapy, deep tissue therapy, connective tissue therapy, Shiatsu, and active isolated stretching within my practice of sport massage therapy. My clients were feeling great…I was getting sore and tired. At one…Continue Reading →
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Learn all about the Spleen Meridian! In this free training, I will explain:
*How the Spleen Meridian plays a major role in women's health
*A few great Spleen Points
*When and how to use the Spleen Meridian
Click https://bigtreehealing.com/spleen-reg to register.
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Large Intestine 4 is known as the “headache acupoint.”
Squeeze Large Intestine 4 (LI 4) quite strongly to relieve headaches!

http://bigtreehealing.com/headache-acupoint/
Large Intestine 4 (LI 4) is the point to squeeze quite strongly to relieve headaches. It is known as the 'headache acupoint'.
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There are many causes of neck pain. Fortunately, there are some great acupoints that you can try using to relieve the pain.

http://bigtreehealing.com/relieve-neck-pain-using-meridian-massage/
Regardless of the cause, acupressure points can help relieve neck pain. Here are some great acupoints to relieve neck pain:
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Still have time to catch my free training class - All About the Spleen Meridian!

Click here to get the replay: https://bigtreehealing.com/spleen-reg
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Chinese Medicine brilliantly points out that there are many different types of headaches. Here are 5 points to relieve headaches. It’s easy and effective to massage the associated points, even without diagnosing the type of headache your client is suffering from.

http://bigtreehealing.com/5-points-to-relieve-a-headache/
Chinese Medicine brilliantly points out that there are many different types of headaches. Here are 5 points to relieve headaches.
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Free Meridian Training! "All About the Spleen Meridian." Click https://bigtreehealing.com/spleen-reg to register. #Spleen   #Acupoints   #Meridians  
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Founder of Big Tree School of Natural Healing. I teach Chinese Medicine to Massage Therapists and Massage Therapy to Acupuncturists.
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  • Big Tree School of Natural Healing
    Founder, 2008 - present
    Cindy Black, L.Ac, LMT, Founder
  • Finger Lakes School of Massage
    Co-Founder, 1993 - 2003
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Big Tree School of Natural Healing; Ancient Wisdom for Modern Practitioners.
Introduction

Who is Big Tree School of Natural Healing?

We offer an integrated approach to well being including modalities of Massage Therapy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qi Gong, Self-development, and more!

Working in harmony with the orderly mystery of Nature to balance body, mind, and spirit.

Rooted in Chinese Medicine, Big Tree School of Natural Healing brings ancient healing approaches to the present moment. We specialize in meridian massage, and self-care practices for body, mind, and spirit.

Cindy Black, L.Ac, LMT, Founder
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Classes approved by NCCAOM, New York and Florida Boards of Massage Therapy and the Florida Board of Acupuncture
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