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The Spleen meridian has key acupoints for women’s health.

http://bigtreehealing.com/spleen-meridian-2/
Many points on the Spleen meridian play important roles in maintaining women's health.
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Turning information into knowing - much of what I have stored in my intellect has great potential. Potential and possibility are offered to us from many sources and teachers.
It only becomes truly valuable when it is merged with authentic action, through behavior in everyday life.

http://bigtreehealing.com/turning-information-into-knowing/
Information is just a bunch data rolling around my conscious mind. Much of what I have stored in my intellect has great potential. Potential and possibility are offered to us from many sources and teachers. It only becomes truly valuable when it is merged with authentic action, through behavior in everyday life.
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Fibromyalgia is pain and fatigue throughout the body.
Regardless of our ability to diagnose it, fibromyalgia is a painful and challenging condition to endure. Meridian Massage may offer some relief.

http://bigtreehealing.com/fibromyalgia-relief/
Regardless of our ability to diagnose it, fibromyalgia is a painful and challenging condition to endure. Meridian Massage may offer some relief.
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"Meditation is not words, a mantra, or self-hypnosis, the drug of illusions. It must happen without your volition." - J. Krishnamurti
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“The San Jiao, or three visceral cavities, promote the transformation and transportation of water and fluids throughout the body.” – Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine

http://bigtreehealing.com/san-jiao-meridian/
The San Jiao meridian is also known as the Triple Heater or Triple Warmer meridian. The San Jiao meridian is one of the three Yang meridians located on the arm. “The San Jiao, or three visceral cavities, promote the transformation and transportation of water and fluids throughout the body.” – Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine…Continue Reading →
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Clenching the teeth, a tight jaw, ear aches and headaches can all be attributed to TMJ Syndrome.

Using acupressure for TMJ can be very beneficial! I will show you some points to relieve TMJ pain:
http://bigtreehealing.com/tmj-relief-using-acupoints/
The combination of massage to the muscles of the skull and focused attention to acupoints can help relieve the pain of TMJ. Pictures and more info here...
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"Each one of us is called to serve others in different ways, for different purposes. Each one of us must wrestle with our own personal growth to develop professionally and feel a sense of wonder, joy, contentment, and interest in our life path.
We have to learn how caring for others can actually serve our own aliveness rather than drain us. When we connect to our work from this deeper place, the ‘work’ becomes a joyful extension of our own everyday life.”
http://bigtreehealing.com/recover-from-burnout/
Are you great at giving advice to others but no so great at putting this wisdom into action for yourself? Maybe you are experiencing "professional burnout".
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How to do yoga: Yoga means “to yoke.” We see that sentence all over the place. What does it really mean? The act of yoking, or bringing together, forms a union of separate things.

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First, be yoga Yoga means "union". We see that sentence all over the place. What does it really mean?
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Register now for the free webinar class today, July 19th at 11am Eastern! All about the Large Intestine Meridian!

http://bigtreehealing.com/large-intestine-training
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Join us for our next free tele-class, July 19th: All About the Large Intestine Meridian with Cindy Black. >> Big Tree School of Natural Healing. http://bigtreehealing.com/large-intestine-training
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How do I contact acupressure points?

How to contact, press, or massage an acupressure point is one of the most common questions people ask me. Below is my protocol for working with acupressure points.

http://bigtreehealing.com/apply-pressure-acupressure-points/
7 Steps for contacting acupressure points: 1. Be centered, grounded, and connected to your breath, 2...
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Massage is a form of medicine to counter-act stress.

http://bigtreehealing.com/massage-is-medicine/
A Massage Therapist who specialize in self-awareness, relaxation, and mind-body balance participate in the prevention of health problems every day.
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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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