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WHAT IS MERIDIAN THERAPY GOOD FOR?

January 25, 2016 Mary S. Wallis

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Meridian therapy successfully addresses most ailments and is best used for prevention. The smart medicine consumer will allow themselves to see me four times a year to keep their energetic system tuned. Kind of like keeping your car engine tuned for better performance and gas mileage.
The time which is referred to as "the season between the seasons" has an incredibly powerful vibration to it that supports transitional change. So, making your seasonal tune up appointment during that three week period (approx.) uses the energy to its fullest.
The approximate times here in St. Louis for this incredibly transformative period are: the last week in February and first two weeks of March for Winter into Spring tune-up; the last week of April and first two weeks of May for Spring into Summer tune-up; the first three weeks of September for Summer into Fall tune-up; the last week of November and first two weeks of December for Fall into Winter tune-up.

Meridian therapy also excels in:
*fortifying your energetic system prior to stressful events, such as surgery, travel, the start of school or a new job
*stress reduction overall
*shortening the duration of a cold or flu bug
*reducing inflammation
*reducing and sometimes eliminating pain
*restoring musculoskeletal function

I've worked with people recovering from radiation treatment who, as a side effect of the treatment, lost the ability to swallow. After only one session, their ability to swallow had improve. Many who were suffering from low back pain have found relief. Others have found relief from ringing in the ears, arthritic pain, hot flashes, anxiety, depression, and more.

What! you're afraid of needles?
First, my technique is Japanese style which means fewer and smaller needles. I began practicing as a student in 2002 and have been licensed as a professional since January of 2007. Each day I practice my skill increases.
Second, needles are not necessary. I can perform Meridian therapy via what the Japanese call "hand therapy" or "Te a Te". We would call it a type of massage.

Come see for yourself. Make your appointment for either of the following:
*Consult and first time meridian therapy acupuncture appointment (first session) lasting approx. 90 minutes, cost $120.00
*Additional meridian therapy acupuncture appointment lasting approx. 60 min., cost $80.00 each session
*Seasonal tune up meridian therapy acupuncture appointment lasting approx. 60 min., cost $80.00 each session
*Te a Te therapy session lasting approximately a half hour, cost $50.00 each session

You stay fully dressed in the loose fitting comfortable clothes in which you arrived. I may request the removal of your shoes and perhaps your socks.

Thus far, few insurance carriers have covered my services. Don't let that stop you taking control of your health and living a more zest filled existence. You owe it to yourself and your love ones who depend upon you to be the best that you can be. And I can help you with that.

Please call 314-921-3366 during the hours of 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday to schedule your life affirming appointment time.

Mary S. Wallis, L.Ac., NCCAOM Acupuncture Diplomate, L.M.T., C.N.M.T.
Energy Medicine Practitioner in the Japanese styles of Kototama/Inochi Medicine and Usui Reiki
President Improved Performance Inc.
895 rue St. Francois
Florissant, MO 63031
314-921-3366
www.HealingStLouis.com
www.ImprovedHealing.com

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