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Acupoints on the Toes

Acupressure points on the feet

Acupoints on the toes

Treat all six leg meridians quickly with these toe acupoints!

All of the meridians on the leg have either begin or end on the toes (except for the Kidney located on the sole of the foot).
Regardless of the type of massage you are practicing, integrating meridian massage is simple! 
By applying pressure to each of these toe acupoints you activate all six meridians quickly and effectively.

5 Element Yin and Yang Meridian Pairs

In addition to opening the energy in the legs, working on these points supports three of the Five Elements of Chinese Medicine. For every Element in the Chinese Medical system, there are two meridians, one Yin and one Yang. On the foot Massage acupressure points on toeswe have the following elements and pairs:
Earth
Yin Meridian – Spleen
Yang Meridian – Stomach
Wood
Yin Meridian – Liver
Yang Meridian – Gallbladder
Water
Yin Meridian – Kidney
Yang Meridian – Bladder

Acupressure points on the hands and fingers

Yes, the other six meridians can be activated by massaging the tips of the fingers.
Go to Acupressure Points on the Fingers

 

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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. […] fingers, the tips of every toe, and one point on the bottom of the foot. Refer to my previous post, Acupoints on the Toes, for details about meridians on the […]

  2. Jenny on December 20, 2015 at 4:34 pm

    So there are 2 points on the big toe, and no point on the middle toe? That seems odd.

    • Cindy Black, L.Ac., LMT on December 20, 2015 at 6:13 pm

      Jenny,
      Yes, strange but true! There is plenty to contemplate, even with just these six points (and there are over 350 points).

  3. Acupoints on the fingers on January 3, 2018 at 9:49 am

    […] finger, the tip of every toe, and one point on the bottom of the foot. Refer to my previous post, Acupoints on the Toes, for details about meridians on the […]

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