Are you feeling a little SLUGGISH lately?… Does your energy feel STUCK or STAGNANT?
The Gallbladder Meridian is a yang meridian and is partnered with the Liver yin Meridian. The key function of these meridians is to keep energy (Qi) moving through all the Meridians. Pain, which is a sign of stagnant Qi, may show up anywhere along the Gallbladder’s path – the head, jaw, shoulder, knee, the side of body, or ankle. Pain on only one side of the body or sciatic pain may be a sign of stagnation along the Gallbladder Meridian.
Join us as we explore the Gallbladder Meridian and learn new, easy ways to move stagnant Qi, relieve pain and more….
Call NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT AUGUST 27TH!
Julie Dotson 314-805-9544 or Dale Lintzenich 636-667-0300
GALLBLADDER MERIDIAN PATHWAY
Bilaterally, from the outside corner of the eye, back to the ear then up and loop forward around the forehead, back behind the ear, up to the Frontal Eminences, down again behind ear, behind the shoulder, behind arm, down the side of the chest, hip and leg to the end of the 4th toe.
- Anterior Deltoid (front of the shoulder)
- Popliteus (behind the knee)
Imbalances – Pain along the pathway, knee pain, gallbladder conditions, jaundice, shingles, one-sided headaches, constipation.
IMBALANCES OF THE GALLBLADDER MERIDIAN MAY SHOW UP AS:
- Self righteous Indignation
A BALANCED GALL BLADDER MERIDIAN:
To learn more about the Gallbladder Meridian join us
Thursday, August 27th
from 6:30-8:30 pm
at the Washington Healing Arts Center.
RSVP NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT!
Julie Dotson. 314-805-9544 or Dale Lintzenich 636-667-0300
This experiential class will give you time to explore the Gallbladder Meridian and to practice specific ways to test for and correct imbalances. During this year long series feel free to join us for a few classes or take the whole series.
Come early and enjoy a FREE Reiki session at our monthly Reiki Share from 5:30-6:30p.
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