What are Meridians?


TCM Question #6


The ancients of Siamese (Thai) culture recognized these as ‘sen’ lines.  Ancient yogis who established Ayurvedic medicine referred to these energetic channels as ‘nadir.’  Traditional Tibetan, Japanese and Chinese physicians called them ‘vessel’s or ‘channels’. Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners referred to them as what we now translate as ‘meridians.’  

However you want to identify them and whatever you want to call them, meridian pathways are like rivers.  When a river flows freely, it transports life-giving water that nourishes the land, plants and people. In the same way, meridian pathways transport life-giving Qi to nourish and energize every cell, organ, gland, tissue and muscle. When our Qi flows freely throughout our body, we enjoy physical, mental and emotional well-being.  

We are here for you (and your meridians!).  Give us a call, we’re committed to helping you on your Journey to health and well-being.  🌼

– The Chinese Acupuncture & Herbology Clinic of Asheville & Hendersonville 🙏🏼

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