Acupressure Resources A to Z

3 Healing Exercises Combining Acupressure & Yoga

A 15-Minute Full Body Routine for Relieving Common Ailments and for Maintaining your General Wellness Learn a powerful healing routine for relieving: Lower Backaches, Shoulder & Neck Problems, Upper Back Tension, General Stress, Thyroid Imbalances, Chronic Fatigue, and Insomnia. I am writing to give you instruction on how to use three easy,...

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Acupressure for Digestion, Foot Cramps, and Cold Feet using Sp 4

I wrote this article and attached video to show you how to use Sp 4, one of the great healing foot acupressure points for increasing circulation and balancing your digestive system.  These foot acupressure points, on both sides of the arch, calms restlessness, balances food cravings, worry, overwhelm, and relieves anxiety, appetite imbalances,...

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Online Interview with CJ Liu

A three-part interview explaining how Acupressure works. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tx9uYN9cz-I#t=277 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cA2JQ4G2HVQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgDWUr_xIZg

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Acupressure Points: 5 Guidelines & Precautions for Beginners

Acupressure points can stimulate your self-curative abilities. If you're an acupressure beginner, you may find the guidelines below helpful for relieving most of your apprehensions, fears or doubts about applying acupressure to yourself. This may also answer some of your basic questions about how to apply pressure to the acupressure points....

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Insomnia & Sleep Disorders Acupressure Points & Tips

I want you to know how effective Acupressure is for sleep disorders. This article gives you a couple of Acupressure points to sedate your energy for counteracting insomnia, plus tips to help you get to sleep, or get back to sleep. The Acupressure Points (K 6 and B 62) between your heel and anklebones (on both sides) have traditionally been used...

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Acupressure Points for Sleepiness, Drowsiness & Narcolepsy

Many people become sleepy at inappropriate times, like at school, while driving a car, or at work when you need to concentrate or you could loose your job. When you feel drowsy and need to be alert, acupressure along with Yogic breathing can stimulate your metabolism without drugs. My approach to counteract chronic fatigue and sleep disorders is...

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Spiritual Acupressure Point (GV 20)

I love the spiritual aspects of using acupressure points, which can open you to wondrous depths of life. Acupressure can transform emotional pain into beautiful spiritual experiences. Gently touching another human being in this way is one of the greatest gifts I know. When blocked acupressure points are held and the body’s energy opens thoughts,...

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Ear Massage Blooper

You know - laughter is definitely healing. As I present how to give an awesome ear massage, watch me go blank, let myself go, and totally blow-it! Here’s my original "Ear Massage and Chicken Soup Blooper” in just 2.5 minutes:

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Acupressure for Relieving Stress & Calming Anxiety

Learn how to use an Acupressure point to deepen your breathing, relieve anxiety and stress, and promote emotional healing Many people are faced with tremendous stress and pressures. These can stem from unhealed hurt, relationship or career problems, or other personal strife. How do you really feel about stresses in your life and in the world?...

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Acupressure Points – For Deepening Erotic Pleasure

Acupressure points can heighten lovemaking in many creative ways. Lovers can hold the points, kiss or suck them to awaken sexual energy, deepen pleasure, and cultivate sexual intimacy. I put my heart and soul into creating a fully illustrated book showing how to use acupressure points for enhancing a love relationship.     Acupressure...

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Break your Habit: Acupressure for Addictions

I support you to break old habits that work against you, so you can live a better life. In this article, I will show you how to activate Acupressure points on your temples on the Triple Warmer Meridian for counteracting addictions. For best results, practice this acupressure breathing meditation daily. Happy Chinese New Year - in the Year of the...

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Gout Attack Acupressure Points for Big Toe Pain Relief

The most potent acupressure point for gout pain is Lv 3*, on the top of the foot, in between the bones that attach to the large and second toes. This point balances the energy level in the liver meridian, and is good for preventing gout and relieving pain in the big toe. Acupressure points alone are not a cure for gout, but can be complementary...

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Set Your Intentions for Wellness

During my 40 years teaching Acupressure, many of my students had remarkable results using Acupressure for a few minutes before getting out of bed. I’m excited to teach you how to use these two Acupressure points to start your day in a better way. You will feel happier, mentally clearer, with less stress. I consider this the Crown of Acupressure;...

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Back & Knee Pain Due to Injuries: Using Acupressure Points & Ice

Relieving Knee and Lower Back Pain and Injuries: When I have back pain, its usually due to strain and injury due to lifting. This often results in pain hours later, due to the inflammation. In addition to using acupressure points, locally as well as above and below the painful area, I apply ice packs every two hours (for about 15 minutes) to...

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Tinnitus: Acupressure Points for Ringing in the Ear

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, ringing in the ears, or Tinnitus, is an alarm that the energy in your Kidney Meridian is low or deficient. Most Tinnitus and ear ringing conditions, unless caused by injury, are related to excessive stress or trauma, which depletes the energy flow to your kidneys. Besides points on the Kidney Meridian and around...

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Allergy Relief Acupressure Points – for Allergic Reactions

While not a cure for allergies, Acupressure can be an effective method for relieving and preventing many symptoms from allergic reactions by balancing your body’s energy system. Relieve Allergies using these two powerful acupressure points, LI 4 and Lv 3 on both sides called the Four Gates. These potent acupressure points open the flow of healing...

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Feeling Sluggish, Tired, Heavy, Frustrated, Stiff, or Depressed?

Do you know someone who is sluggish, heavy, tired or gets depressed? Well, it may be the result of their diet. Traditional Chinese Medicine (which acupressure therapy is part of) teaches how common foods, various tastes, and cooking methods affects emotions, attitudes, sexual energy, and the state of our health. Feeling heavy, stiff, tired,...

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Vertigo, Dizziness and Endocrine Balancing Acupressure Points

I was asked, "What Acupressure points are good for vertigo or dizziness?" Use GV 26, pressing firmly above your upper lip on to the gum for 2 minutes. Then press CV 17 on the center of your breastbone, and breathe slowly and deeply. Do this 2 or 3 times a day for prevention and relief of vertigo and dizziness. Also try these Acupressure points: P...

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Facial Beauty Point for the Acupressure Face Lift

presenting the Acupressure techniques I practice daily for wellness, I feel inspired to show you the Acupressure “Facial Beauty Point” so you’ll look gorgeous. This point underneath your cheekbone, tones the facial muscles and increases blood and energy circulation through your face.  This is one major reason why the Acupressure Face Lift works....

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Touch: A Starting Point in the Vast World of Healing

Every human being has the potential to heal and be healed. It can start with something as simple as a few deep breaths, which can clear your head and make you feel renewed and energized. Or maybe it’s through a friendly glance or a smile, or the kindness of going out of your way to help someone. Healing can even come from a few sips of water,...

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Discover a Mental Clearing Point

Would you like to know a simple way to transform negative thoughts and emotions? By using a special mental healing point, GB 14, you can reprogram your mind towards a more open, positive attitude. Holding this point lightly while breathing deeply, several times a day, can release mental stress and cultivate mental health. People of all ages can...

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To My Past Students –

I send blessings to all of the thousands of people I’ve taught over the past 40 years. Whether you’re a student or graduate of the Acupressure Institute, or were a participant in another Acupressure program of mine – welcome to this blog! Since so much of this time was before email, and people relocate so often, it’s been difficult to stay in...

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Our Acupressure Healing Community

Welcome to everyone interested in using the ancient art of Acupressure for healing yourself and others. You are part of an amazing group of people who want to learn about acupressure and healing practices – as of now, over 5,000 people from 150 countries around the world! If you haven’t signed up yet for free monthly acupressure articles, just...

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