What is Meridian therapy?
Meridian exercise is one of the most effective self-healing management skills. These exercises have a low risk of side effects and are effective, inexpensive and easily learned and used. Is a like a meridian massage, that you can use to keep your meridian channels clear and healthy.
Health is best maintained on a daily basis. In order to do this, one must have an intimate understanding of the basic principles of how health is maintained in the body. The first principle we must understand is our innate healing power.
What are the Meridians?
Body meridians are energy channels within the body that circulate Qi, the vital energy that is the true essence of every creature in the cosmos. Qi is the bridge linking body and mind; it is the essential medium of life, moving and flowing freely.
Meridians and the acupressure points along them are an invisible network of life energy, pathways through which Qi energy travels the body. It is easy to understand the system of meridians points and acupressure points if you imagine the body as representing land. The meridians would be the main roads while the acupressure points are the bus stops. There are twelve main meridians, and 365 primary acupressure points in the human body. From the perspective of Eastern Medicine, a disease is created because the flow of Qi that travels through meridians and acupressure points is blocked and imbalanced. Therefore, the goal of the meridian exercise is to open the passageways so Qi can flow freely.
- Improved flexibility and strength.
- Less stress and fatigue.
- Stimulate and revitalize internal organs.
- Pelvic and spinal alignment. Improved balance.
- Enhanced blood circulation.
- Stronger muscular, nervous and circulatory systems.
- Toxins and stagnant energy in the body are dissipated.
- Greater lung function for a stronger, bolder voice.
- Perform daily tasks more easily and efficiently.