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Meridian Massage Approach: Hands-on classes

Meridian Massage Classes

Meridian Massage Classes!

Hands-on Meridian Massage classes are the perfect way to immerse yourself in the wonders of Qi. My in-person classes take what you have been studying online even further and deeper.

Meridian Massage Workshop Immersion –

Meridian Massage Approach: Hands-on Level 1

Once you have completed the 2 online course prerequisites, you are ready to come to my Hands-on Level 1 course.
This workshop focuses on how to balance the flow of Qi within yourself as a practitioner and within your clients. You will clarify the pathways and points covered in the Guide to the 12 Meridians, and you will integrate the energetics covered in the Guide to the 5 Elements.
Each day you will learn to open the flow of Qi through gentle Qi Gong practices and simple stretches. There will be time for partnered practice, group discussion, and self- exploration.
For up-to-date details, please click here.
Meridian Massage Classes


Meridian Massage Approach: Hands-on Level 2

Upon completion of Meridian Massage Approach: Hands-on Level 1 and two more online classes, you are then eligible to attend Level 2.
This workshop focuses on assessment and evaluation of skills from the Meridian Massage perspective. Improve your ability to understand common complaints, such as muscle and joint pain, digestive issues, fatigue, insomnia, etc.
Required prerequisites:
Meridian Massage Approach: Hands-on Level 1
Guide to 60 Transformational Acupoints
Guide to the Organ Systems
For up-to-date details, please click here.
 

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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.

4 Comments

  1. Marci Lubore on October 10, 2016 at 3:42 pm

    Cindy,
    I have been following you for a while now and enjoying all that you have to offer. I have your book and it is fabulous!
    I am a certified equine massage therapist and also now in the midst of Tallgrass Institute’s 300 CE hour Equine Acupresssure practitioner course. I have completed the like training in Colorado this month for horses – like you are offering in January.
    I am interested in coming to your course, and am inquiring whether you will allow. I began studying acupressure for myself about 4 years ago and am fascinated. I seek acupuncture routinely and have had great results for a few years. I have also known that I want to work with the horses and, as well, keep paralleling the study with people.
    I desire this training more for my own correlation with the horse acupressure and knowledge, and would LOVE to be part of your program in January. However, having said that, I may decide to continue training to become certified as a massage therapist to do acupressure on people.
    I was in Maryland and now live on Anna Maria Island – and I said when I came here that would love to meet you in person and take part in one of your workshops live.
    Please let me know if you can extend your training to me!
    Marci Lubore
    240-393-1877
    marci.lubore@gmail.com

    • Cindy Black, L.Ac., LMT on October 10, 2016 at 5:38 pm

      Hi Marci,
      I am so happy that you are interested in the course! I am very interested in equine massage myself, so I love that we are meeting each other.
      I’d love to have you in the course – I have sent you an email separately, so please keep a look out for that. If you don’t receive that email, please use the contact link at the bottom of this webpage to write to me.
      Yay!

  2. Bella Hardy on May 22, 2018 at 4:29 am

    Can I ask how many visits to Meridian massage classes would you recommend per month?

    • Cindy Black on May 22, 2018 at 8:41 am

      Hi Bella,

      To learn the Meridian Massage Approach, I recommend diving into the class progression that I have developed over the years. These classes are open to anyone interested in expanding their options for self-care and/or clinical practice.

      A practitioner needs to understand the theory behind the 12 meridians and acupressure points in addition to knowing how to contact the points for best results. Chinese medical theory gives us that context, so I have created a series of online courses to teach the relevant theory.

      I offer in-person hands-on classes to deepen and apply the theory learned online.

      As a client, the number of sessions per week or month is dependent on the concerns and circumstances of that individual. The intention of Meridian Massage is to support the return of balance and flow to the body-mind-spirit so that the client can enjoy happiness and vitality in body-mind-spirit. After a few sessions, the client experiences the results of Meridian Massage for themselves. Then they will understand what will be best for them – this work is cooperative endeavor between practitioner and client.

      Sometimes we work together for a few weeks or months – it really depends on the individual.

      Thanks for your question!
      _ Cindy

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