Acupressure Points for TMJ
Sinus, Bruxism & Jaw Problems

I’ve had excellent results opening the sinuses and relieving jaw problems, including my own TMJ, simply by holding two potent facial Acupressure points for a couple of minutes at a time.

I’m giving you both a video and written instructions to teach you how to use these points. The first one, the Facial Beauty point, St 3, is for sinus problems. The second one, the Jaw Chariot point, St 6, is for jaw pain and stiffness.

To get the best results for chronic conditions, hold these points for a couple of minutes, several times daily, for a number of weeks. Keep reading below the video to learn more and to discover the many benefits of these points.


Look for St 6 for TMJ jaw problems.
See St 3 on the cheekbones for sinus issues.

Pressing St 3

St 3, the Facial Beauty, is located at the bottom of the cheekbone, directly down from the pupil. This master facial Acupressure point relieves a stuffy nose, nasal congestion, and the pressure or pain associated with sinus problems. I have also used this point successfully on a client for facial paralysis.

I also use St 3 for tooth pain, eye ache, eye irritation, and swelling around your eyes. The Facial Beauty point also improves facial muscle tone and increases circulation.

St 6, the Jaw Chariot, is the Acupressure point for relieving TMJ, jaw spasms, and bruxism (grinding your teeth), especially during your sleep. St 6 is located between the upper and lower jaw. To find the point, put your fingers on the sides of your jaw and clench your back molars. St 6 is found where you feel the muscle bulge out.

Follow my directions in the video clip above. You’ll learn how to use this point by holding it firmly for two minutes several times a day. Keep up this practice for a few months to retrain your jaw muscles and to prevent jaw problems.

St 6, the Jaw Chariot, is the Acupressure point for relieving TMJ, jaw spasms, and bruxism (grinding your teeth), especially during your sleep. St 6 is located between the upper and lower jaw. To find the point, put your fingers on the sides of your jaw and clench your back molars. St 6 is found where you feel the muscle bulge out.

Follow my directions in the video clip above. You’ll learn how to use this point by holding it firmly for two minutes several times a day. Keep up this practice for a few months to retrain your jaw muscles and to prevent jaw problems.

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