Meridien and Nervous System Balancing

Your body, just like all other matter in the universe, is made of energy (qi or chi).  Meridien lines, the foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), are energy lines that run through your entire Nervous System.

Meridians and their vital points have two basic functions: One is to circulate and distribute energy to organs, glands, brain, limbs, bones, and other tissues of the body. The other is to send warning signals back to the brain whenever an organ is compromised or an area of the body over which a meridian passes is injured. The brain then responds by triggering healing and repair mechanisms via the nervous system. So, bascially, healing is regulated by a closed circuit electrical control system which links the energy system to the nervous, endocrine, and circulatory systems, with the brain serving as the central switchboard.

 

The 12 meridian lines can be perceived as circuit breakers. The (acupressure/acupuncture) points that are distributed along the meridians are the transformer stations through which energy flows into the muscle structure. When the bones of the skull or spine are out of alignment, imbalances can develop in these energy flows, causing some of the transformer points to become congested. Stimulating these points helps to normalize impaired conditions. For example, a person may have a knee problem due to an energy constriction in the liver or gallbladder meridian. Meridian imbalance can affect the entire spinal column, from the skull to the tailbone, and even the arches of the feet, resulting in pain or weakness in the surrounding muscles.) 

Meridian balancing returns balance to the Central Nervous System by releasing the flow of energy to all of the meridians.  Many clients feel a release of warmth throughout their bodies, and feel calm and very relaxed after this therapy.

Treatment may include several modalities such as Craniosacral Therapy, Tuina, and Acupressure

Meridien Balancing is Effective for:

  • Anxiety & Nervousness

  • Calming the Central Nervous System

  • Emotional Imbalance

  • Kundalini Imbalance

  • Vertigo

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Balance in Motion

Erick Hudson

927 Carpinteria Street, Suite 2

Santa Barbara, CA 93103

Tel: 805-252-9564

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Sport Therapy:

  • TFL

  • Knee Pain

  • Shoulder Pain

  • Tennis Elbow

  • Tennis Arm

Chronic Pain:

  • Neck Pain

  • Back Pain

  • Hip Pain

  • Foot Pain

  • TMJ

Post-Operative / Surgery:

  • Scar Pain

  • Frozen Shoulder

  • Myofascial Release

  • Orthopedic Massage

  • Lymphatic Drainage

Chronic Pain:

  • Childhood Trauma

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Migraines

  • Arthritis