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The Large Intestine Meridian

October 24, 2015


LARGE INTESTINE MERIDIAN

The Large Intestine Meridian is known as the ‘Minister of Transportation’. It plays a major role in the balance and purity of our bodily fluids through the transformation of digestive wastes and the elimination of solids.

This Fall is the season of Metal and includes the Large Intestine (Yang) Meridian, which is paired with the Lung Meridian (Yin). This is the perfect time to nourish both of these organs.

Join us as we explore the Large Intestine Meridian and learn the connection to disorders of the lungs, throat and nose, as well as problems with elimination.


Call NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOVEMBER 19TH!
Julie Dotson 314-805-9544 or Dale Lintzenich 636-667-0300


Large Intestine Meridian image for the nov class

LARGE INTESTINE MERIDIAN PATHWAY

Bilaterally, from the index finger up the outside of the arm and over the shoulder, up the side of the neck to the upper lip and back to the outer edge of the nostril.

MUSCLES

  • Fascia Lata (side of the hip)
  • Quadratus Lumborums (low back)
  • Hamstrings (back of the thigh)

PHYSICAL

Imbalances – Disorders of the chest, lungs, throat, nose and abdominal issues such as constipation and diarrhea.

EMOTIONAL

IMBALANCES OF THE LARGE INTESTINE MERIDIAN MAY SHOW UP AS:

  • Sadness
  • Grief
  • Worry

To learn more about the Large Intestine Meridian join us
Thursday, November 19th
from 6:30-8:30 pm
at the Washington Healing Arts Center.
RSVP NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT!
Cost- $20
Julie Dotson. 314-805-9544 or Dale Lintzenich 636-667-0300

This experiential class will give you time to explore the Large Intestine Meridian and to practice specific ways to test for and correct imbalances.

Come early and enjoy a FREE Reiki session at our monthly Reiki Share from 5:30-6:30p.

Upcoming Dates:

Save The Date Meridians
Nov. 13th Stomach
Dec. 11th Spleen
Jan. 8th Heart
Feb. 12th Small Intestine
Mar 12th Bladder
Apr 9th Kidney
June 18th Circulation-Sex
July 16th Triple Warmer
AUG 27th Gallbladder
Sept 17th Liver
Oct 15th Lung
Nov 19th Large Intestine

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