Acupressure uses the same pressure points of acupuncture but instead of needles, you simply use your fingers to gently but firmly stimulate your body's natural ability to heal. With its easy and conversational style along with step-by-step photos, you'll discover how to heal your concerns naturally while living a pain-free and vibrant lifestyle. When acupressure points are correctly stimulated they promote blood circulation and release muscular tension. This helps to heal pain and is ideal for preventative health because it actually boosts your immune system and increases the flow of energy throughout your body. This book covers everything you need to know about acupressure along with the history and philosophy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 64 pressure points and how they help to heal 64 specific health concerns. The book is broken down into easy-to-understand sections beginning with: Part 1: Understanding Chinese Medicine and Treatment of Disease: * History & philosophy of TCM, The 5 Elements, The Symbolic System, Acupressure defined and its connection to our energy flow.
Part 2: 12 Systems of Chinese Medicine: * Head (including eye, nose throat), Respiratory, Digestive, Reproductive health for women & men, Integumentary (skin disorders), Musculoskeletal, Endocrine, Lymph/Immune, Urinary, Circulatory & Nervous. Part 3: 64 Key Acupressure Points for Treating Disease: * Comprehensive instructions and step-by-step photos describe and explain how to apply the correct pressure for optimal health. Part 4: Treating Health Problems with Acupressure & Aromatherapy: * Techniques for treating all the conditions and specific instructions for treating 64 common health conditions such as: toothache, tinnitus, headache, cough, asthma, acid reflux, bloating, hot flushes, morning sickness, eczema, tennis elbow, adrenal fatigue, bladder infections, anxiety and insomnia. Discover the art of acupressure and enjoy a wonderful sense of enhanced well being and health.
Karin Parramore, LAC, CH, has been interested in herbal medicine her entire life. She has been a practicing Aromatherapist since 2002 and also obtained her degree in Chinese Medicine a few years later. She has her own clinic and teaches at her alma mater, the National College of Natural Medicine and East West College of the Healing Arts in Portland, Oregon.