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The Small Intestine meridian is often used to relieve shoulder pain.

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The Small Intestine meridian is often used to relieve shoulder pain. “The Small Intestine receives the food that has been digested by the Spleen and Stomach and further extracts, absorbs, and distributes it throughout the body, all the while separating the pure from the turbid.” – Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Medicine The Small Intestine meridian…Continue Reading →
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One-sided headaches are a sign that the Gallbladder Meridian is blocked.

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One-sided headaches are a sign that the Gallbladder Meridian is blocked. The key to relieving a one sided headache is to get the Qi (energy) moving in the Gallbladder meridian. Once the meridian is unblocked and the Qi is moving, the pain dissipates. Five steps to opening the Gallbladder meridian: Massage the top of the…Continue Reading →
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Free webinar on Five Element Approach to Stress Reduction:
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A Quick Reference Guide to the 5 Elements: Fire – Extroversion, love, joy, warmth, heat Earth – Satisfaction, nourishment, center, abundance Metal – Courage of one’s convictions, inward, letting go, boundaries Water – Introversion, quiet, Life Force, creativity, cold Wood – Growth, birth, outward, expanding The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Cindy Black,…Continue Reading →
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A 5 Element Approach to Stress Relief - practical stress relief from ancient wisdom >>  http://bit.ly/BigTreeStressRelief
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Use Kidney points to Nourish the Spirit

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Use Kidney points to Nourish the Spirit The Kidney points (KD 22-27) on the chest are located in the region of the Heart. I find this interesting because the Kidneys correspond to the Water Element, and the Heart corresponds to the Fire Element. We can use these Kidney points to support the essential balance of…Continue Reading →
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How much is too much, not enough, just right?
Dose applies to hands-on healing as much as it applies to pharmaceutical drugs and herbal formulas.

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How much is too much, not enough, just right? Dose applies to hands-on healing as much as it applies to pharmaceutical drugs and herbal formulas. When working with meridians and points, you are working directly with Qi (“chee”). Although difficult to comprehend, Qi (energy) is very real. If your client feels exhausted or extremely hyper…Continue Reading →
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Every Organ has a sense organ, or “flower”, as the ancient Chinese texts so beautifully express the energetic connections between body, mind and spirit.

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Just as everything grows and expands in the spring, your Liver Organ System loves to have plenty of space to grow your dreams into reality.
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Stomach 36 (ST 36) has many uses:

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ST 36 increases our energy so much that an exhausted person could actually walk three more miles! Find out how to locate ST 36 here...
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Perfect addition to reflexology!
 
Some mid-week love for your feet! :-)
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Dao Yin is an ancient movement practice from China.

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Dao Yin is an ancient movement practice from China. This is a reconstruction of a ‘Guiding and Pulling Chart’ excavated from the Mawangdui Tomb 3 (sealed in 168BC) in the former kingdom of Changsha. The original is in the Hunan Provincial Museum, Changsha, China. (1) The words “Dao Yin” in this context mean “guiding” and…Continue Reading →
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Yin and Yang are two opposite “forces” that merge and flow with each other beneath the surface of the obvious world.

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Awake and asleep are a Yang & Yin pair. Just like night and day, up and down, still and moving, wakefulness and sleeping are relative to one another, dependent on one another, and tied to each other.  The duality of night and day reflects the duality of Yin and and Yang. Yin and Yang are…Continue Reading →
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“Use Yang meridians to support Yin Organs”.

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The Heart and Kidneys are always happier when they are in balance with each other. Stimulating the associated Back Shu Points of these two Organs is an easy way to support this relationship.
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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.
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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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