Organs and Meridians Workshop

Online Workshop

You will learn how to use your tuning forks to create sound waves to infuse the 12 main meridians and their associated organs with healing power. Each organ’s functions are discussed before practical demonstrations are given for the associated meridian(s). Participants are then given the opportunity to locate the meridian, before practically applying the tuning forks on the body, to treat each organ and meridian. The focus of this workshop is the organs (and organ treatment) with a lesser focus on the meridians. For a more thorough emphasis on meridians please refer to the “Meridian Pathways and Tuning Forks” workshop.

Organs and Meridians Workshop 

Online Workshop

You will learn how to use your tuning forks to create sound waves to infuse the 12 main meridians and their associated organs with healing power. Each organ’s functions are discussed before practical demonstrations are given for the associated meridian(s). Participants are then given the opportunity to locate the meridian, before practically applying the tuning forks on the body, to treat each organ and meridian. The focus of this workshop is the organs (and organ treatment) with a lesser focus on the meridians. For a more thorough emphasis on meridians please refer to the “Meridian Pathways and Tuning Forks” workshop.

Each organ has different functions in the body and when out of balance they exhibit certain cardinal signs and symptoms that can be treated. These signs and symptoms can be treated by using the organs associated meridian, as well as stand-alone points on the body. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the function of an organ is more important than its precise anatomical description or location.

“When an organ is diseased it will show itself in the meridian. Likewise, when a meridian is diseased it will show itself in the organ. But that’s not all, because organ and meridian disease will also show itself on specific areas of the body that they have an inherent relationship with.” (David Hartmann).

“The theory of the Internal Organs is often described as the core of Chinese medicial theroy, because it best represents the Chinese medicial view of the body as an integrated whole. At core, this theory represents a landscape of functional relationsips that provide total integration of bodily functions, emotions, mental activities, tissues, sense organs and environmental influences.” (Maciocia 2005, p93).

As with all our workshops, we will also delve into some of the Mysteries of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

This workshop teams up well with the ‘Meridian Pathways and Tuning Forks’ and ‘Point Location and Tuning Forks’ workshops.