Healing with Acupoints

Healing Acupoints

Acupoint Spleen 6 is just one of over 300 acupoints!

Acupoints have great potential

Acupoints have been used for thousands of years by millions of people, and have tremendous potential for healing. Acupoints come to us from ancient China – Chinese medicine is thousands of years old. Chinese medicine is based on the premise that the balance and flow of energy, known as Qi (“chee”), manifests as our relative experience of well-being.
From the ancient practitioners of Chinese medicine, we learn that Qi flows in meridian pathways. Acupoints are places along the meridians where a skilled practitioner can affect the flow of Qi, bringing it back to balance so that we experience the relief of symptoms and a return to health.

Unlock the Healing Potential of Acupoints

My passion and my work is teaching you how to access the healing potential of Qi. I am offering a free online training about how to unlock the healing potential of acupoints. In this training, I will go into much more detail about Qi, meridians, and how to use acupoints.
There are many resources for learning here at Big Tree, which I present during the webinar. The live webinars have past. To enjoy the webinar recording please click here.
Unlock the Healing Potential of Acupoints

Cindy Black

Cindy Black is the Founder of Big Tree School of Natural Healing and the author of Meridian Massage, Pathways to Vitality. She is appreciated for her ability to make the complex accessible, fun, and practical.


  1. Sanna on July 8, 2016 at 12:07 pm

    Hi, you r too good in your teaching, clear, simple, explanation. I just loved your webinar. How does one go from here? I am interested in learning acupressure or Chinese medicine cause I believe in energy medicine as a very potent healing or way of living life. Which class should I begin with and what if all three classes are equally important. Will these classes cover all aspects of Chinese medicine. Will the explanations be as easy like those of the webinar. I am from India. The conversion rate to rupees makes it unaffordable. Could you suggest some solution. Thank you.

    • Cindy Black, L.Ac., LMT on July 8, 2016 at 12:38 pm

      Disease and health are understood from a very different perspective when viewed through the lens of Chinese medicine rather than modern western science and medicine. My online courses go into the theory of Chinese Medicine, meridians, acupoints, 5 Elements, Yin, Yang and Organ Systems. Meridian Massage combines the theory of Chinese medicine with modern hands-on massage technique.
      In order to understand how assess conditions from this perspective, and then learn how to use hands-on contact with the acupoints to return to wellness, I created the Guide courses. Each course is a “piece of the puzzle.” Chinese medicine, and the Meridian Massage Approach to wellness, take time to learn. I have created these courses in order to make this ancient approach accessible to anyone who is interested in learning. I suggest that you begin with Guide to the 12 Meridians
      And yes, every class is created with you, the learner in mind, so that you can access all that Chinese medicine has to offer. 🙂

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