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THE JITSOMETER: DOSAGE AND THE GOLDILOCKS ZONE PART 2

This is a short post aimed at acupuncturists who are concerned with ways to moderate the intensity of acupuncture treatment according to the strength and sensitivity of the patient. It's a follow on to a piece I wrote in NAJOM called Dosage and the Goldilocks Zone. If you want me to post that here, I…

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The Evolution of Acupuncture Needles and Tools

If you have already had acupuncture at Meridians, you will know that much of Japanese acupuncture does not involve needle insertion. As well as using needles we also deploy a bunch of strange looking tools for touching, rubbing and pressing  the skin. These tools did not just spring into being. Like acupuncture itself, they are…

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Practitioner focus – Ian Yap

Ian Yap has been an integral part of the Meridians team for over two years. During that time his skills have grown and developed as he integrates a lifetime of healing skills. In today's post we focus on Ian and ask him how he got to this place. What made you get into healing? How…

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SEPTEMBER BIG SALE

  To celebrate our move and introduce our new venue, we are offering some big additional discounts. For the whole of September, you can purchase single sessions and packages for as much as 25% off! Be sure to grab this chance this September! September Sale Single Sessions: 20% off Item Full Price Sale Price Discount…

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OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY SEPT 6

LEAVING 3-3A BEHIND! Meridians in Solaris is now closed! After four wonderful years, it was time to acknowledge both the deteriorating condition of the building and the changing nature of the neighbourhood: we made the difficult decision to move. From September 2nd all our unique therapies will be available again from Meridian’s brand new premises…

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