Meridian Yoga Online Course

The meridian system is a key concept of traditional Chinese medicine, but it is shared by other ancient medical traditions from south-east Asia.
According to this system, energy – also called “life force”, prana, qi, or chi- flows throughout the body in the same way as blood does, through energetic channels or meridians.
When this energy doesn’t flow naturally, or it is blocked, diseases may occur.
The goal of eastern medicine is to optimize the circulation and balance of energy through these channels, and in this way to help us have a healthier and happy life.
Meridians link all major organ systems. They are pathways that direct and flow the energy through the body.

Each meridian:

  • plays a specific and crucial role in the health of the entire body
  • corresponds to a specific organ
  • encompasses a larger function of that organ for the overall health of the body


What will you learn in this course?

This course will teach you everything you need to know about working with meridians for your own health and wellbeing. You will have access to a curriculum and guidance from the teacher and you will practice together all the techniques of harmonizing the meridians. We take a look at the 12 main meridians, what happens when they’re out of balance, and how you can implement them in your yoga practice for your wellbeing.
The 12 major meridians are composed of 5 Yin meridians: Heart, Spleen, Lungs, Kidneys, Liver; 5 Yang meridians: Small intestines, Stomach, Large intestine, Urinary bladder, Gallbladder; the Pericardium meridian, and the San Jiao meridian.

Each workshop will be 2.30 hours long, with both theory and practice, where you will be able to experience together with the other students the benefits of each yoga technique that will harmonize and purify your meridians.


Daniela Ananda has been practicing Tantra and Yoga for almost 3 decades. She is also an inspiring Yoga teacher with over 10 years of experience. She is educated as a nurse, studies Ayurveda, Esoteric Astrology and Taoism, which fits her motto: “The best teacher is the one who is the best student and never stops learning.”


Ananda sees Natha as a lighthouse for souls who aspire to understand themselves on a deeper level and to receive the perfect tools to operate optimally as human beings. Her biggest happiness is helping others to experience the same reality that she achieved through perseverant practice.

Ananda is known for her spontaneity and creativity in her tantric work which helps people to discover, often with great amazement, new and unexpected solutions to their problems. She is always a bubbling source of joy and spontaneity which stimulates people around her.