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  1. Healing Power Of Acupressure and Acupuncture (Avery Health Guides) by Matthew Bauer, 2005-03-03
  2. Acupressure Laminated Reference Guide (Quick Study Academic Outline)
  3. Complete Guide To Acupuncture & Acupressure (Two Volumes in One) by Masaru Toguchi, M.D. Frank Z. Warren, 1988-06-08
  4. Acupressure For Common Ailments: A Gaia Original by Chris Jarmey, 1991-10-15
  5. Acu-Cat: A Guide to Feline Acupressure by Nancy A Zidonis, Amy Snow, 2000-01-25
  6. The Natural Healer's Acupressure Handbook Vol. 2 (G-Jo Institute Self-Health Series) by Michael Blate, 2009-08-07
  7. Seated Acupressure Bodywork: A Practical Handbook for Therapists by Andrew Parfitt, 2006-07-14
  8. Complete Idiot's Guide to Acupuncture and Acupressure by David W. Sollars, 2000-08-18
  9. How to Prevent and Heal Flu and Common Cold Using Acupressure and Acupuncture (Journal of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture)
  10. Acupressure, Revised: Simple Self Treatment by Jacqueline Young, 2001-12
  11. Emotional Healing in Minutes: Simple Acupressure Techniques For Your Emotions by Valerie Lynch, 2002-01-25
  12. Timeless Face: 30 Days To A Younger You Through Face Reading, Acupressure, and Toning by Ellae Elinwood, 1999-06-23
  13. Healing Hands: A Treatise on First-Aid Equine Acupressure by Dominique Giniaux, 1998
  14. Chinese Massage and Acupressure (English Version By Nancy Dargel) by Kuan Hin, Nancy Dargel, 1991-04

41. Psychic Surgery Anatomy & Physiology, Body Massage, Oriental Diagnosis, Health S
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42. Acupressure Overview - RightHealth
Learn more about acupressure. Find the Web's best health guides, medical reports, news, videos and tools for acupressure. Share acupressure experiences and get advice from experts.
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The practice of applying finger pressure to specific acupoints throughout the body has been used in China since 2000 BC, prior to the use of acupuncture. Acupressure techniques are widely practiced internationally for relaxation, wellness promotion, and the treatment of various health conditions. Multiple human studies suggest the effectiveness of wrist-point (P6) acupressure for treating nausea. Shiatsu means finger ( Shi ) pressure ( Atsu ) in Japanese. Shiatsu technique involves finger pressure at acupoints and along body meridians. It can incorporate palm pressure, stretching, massaging, and other manual techniques. Shiatsu practitioners commonly treat musculoskeletal and psychological conditions, including neck/shoulder and lower back problems, arthritis, depression, and anxiety. Tuina (Chinese for "pushing and pulling") is similar to shiatsu but with more soft tissue manipulation and structural realignment. Tuina is a common form of Asian bodywork used in Chinese-American communities.

43. Watsu | Water Massage | Massage Therapy | Aquatic Bodywork | Pain Reduction | St
Through gentle movement and acupressure, Watsu brings a deep sense of relaxation to all parts of the body.

Watsu is a passive form of aquatic bodywork received while being held and completely supported by the water and one's practitioner. Watsu promotes a deep state of relaxation with dramatic changes to the parasympathetic nervous system. Watsu helps decrease muscle tension and increase range of motion. The support of the water provides relief from compression forces in the joints. The spine is moved and freed in water in ways impossible on land. Used by physical therapists and available in clinics and spas around the world, Watsu is being called the most advanced form of bodywork of our time.
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44. Acupressure Massage Therapy - Acupressure Amsterdam
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Acupressure is a Chinese massage technique which uses moderate to firm pressure on various points on meridians that course throughout the body. Releasing blockages on the points opens the meridians and allows energy to flow, bringing the body into balance and harmony.

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45. Energy And The Enneagram
acupressure points and Chakra techniques for each Enneagram personality type by Ewald Berkers.
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46. Acupressure | Massage Therapy Techniques
acupressure Information and tips on acupressure including techniques and tricks for acupressure sessions plus differences between acupressure and acupuncture.

47. Traditional Chinese Acupuncture And Tik Dah, Practised By Hilary Downey
Hilary Downey from Auckland, New Zealand uses acupressure, cell salt therapy and tai chi chuen exercises.
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48. Acupressure - Definition And More From The Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Definition of word from the MerriamWebster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

49. Acupuncture / Acupressure Internet Resources
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50. Acupressure
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Acupressure meridians . There are fourteen main meridian lines each of which corresponds to an individual organ of the body. When the vital energies are able to flow through the meridians in a balanced and even way the result is good health. However, when we experience pain or illness it is an indication that there is a block or leak in the energy flow within your body. Healing Response . Pain or injury act to alert the body that damage control is needed, at which point the Healing Response begins and endorphins are generated to repair the affected area. This increases the heart rate and alters the blood pressure to speed up the elimination of toxins from the damaged area.
  • GB 20 – just under the base of the skull in two small muscular grooves at the back of the neck GB 21 – on top of the shoulder, 2"-3" from the side of the neck GB 30 – near the "ball-joint" of the hips in the depression formed by squeezing the buttocks (relax before stimulating) Li 4* – on the back of the hand between the thumb and index finger, in the center of the large bone on your finger – to be probed inward toward the main body of the hand, directly on the bone

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52. Acupressure
A brief description of acupressure, how it works, and what kinds of disorders it cures.




Acupressure makes use of the system of acupuncture for its success. The ancient Chinese considered that energy circulated in the body along specific channels, which they called meridians. This flow of energy has a direction. This is given on each meridian as flowing from point 1 to the point of the highest number on that meridian; for example, the bladder meridian runs from point 1 to 67 and the flow runs from 1 towards point 67. This is of great importance when using acupressure as the massage needs to be applied in the direction of flow of the meridian. The ancient Chinese considered that the balance of energy from side to side, top to bottom and from the inside to the outside of the body was of great importance. They expressed this idea using their doctrine of Yin and Yang. Briefly, this considers that everything is an amalgam of opposites (the opposites being called Yin or Yang). Yang was associated with activity, fire, the sunny side of the hill or the male principle and Yin was associated with physical substance, water , the dark side of the hill or the female principle. The balance between these two opposites was considered to be constantly fluctuating - in other words, it was a dynamic balance. If a person was out of balance in an energetic sense then the principle of treatment would be to re-establish that balance. The Chinese therefore had an essentially vitalistic approach to the body and its physiology, in keeping with many ancient systems of medicine. It is interesting to reflect that modern Western medicine is the only system of medicine ever to have existed which does not have a vitalistic approach to health and disease.

53. Caninology
Offers over 40 courses in canine and equine massage, anatomy biomechanics, acupressure, MFR and CST taught by leading specialists and available in the US and other countries.
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Canine Body Worker Canine Body Worker Level II (CBWII) Certification Level Two Program, we offer specialized canine courses especially formatted for the dog. Now you can add myofascial release and craniosacral techniques to your repertoire with our acupressure course soon to follow.
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Courses Suitable for Professionals and New Students The Caninology program is aimed towards serious students who strive to be leaders in their chosen profession. Our courses are regularly attended by professionals such as veterinarians, physical therapists, human massage therapists, massage therapists, trainers, kennel managers, and chiropractors as well as those who are just beginning their studies. The courses are taught in such a comprehensive logical format, that individuals with little or no complementary canine care and science background will find themselves up to speed with the other professional participants. If you have minimal dog handling skills, or you are unfamiliar with canine behavior or you are possibly just exploring canine massage and complementary modalities, we suggest you begin with the CN3005: Introduction to Canine Massage. Helpful Staff Please feel free to contact Paul Hougard with any questions to help you choose the appropriate courses. Additionally, we are here to help you throughout your learning experience. Paul looks forward to hearing from you soon. He is fast with his responses to your eager questions!

54. Acupressure Points And Massage Treatment For Pain, Nausea, And More
WebMD examines acupressure and provides an overview of acupressure points and what acupressure treats.

55. Equinology: Quality Courses In Equine Sports Massage, Horse Care,
Offers international courses for professionals including equine massage, anatomy, biomechanics, saddlefit, acupressure, equine dentistry, MFR and CST, taught by specialists.
In 2011, Equinology, Inc® celebrates 17 years of excellent education in equine sports massage, complementary modalities and health care continuing to set the standard for this ever growing profession. We welcome you to look through our site, which explains our unique combination of courses for the Equinology Equine Body Worker certification. In addition, we offer you our new Caninology Canine Body Worker certification program destined to be as insightful as our equine series. Recognized by Multiple Organizations Equinology is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork ( NCBTMB ) as a continuing education Approved Provider Equinology is an approved RACE provider (Registry of Approved Continuing Education). Please contact the AAVSB RACE program at to verify your individual state board’s recognition of continuing education hours. Selected 2011 courses (EQ700, EQ300 and EQ910) have been chosen for the RACE program. The RACE site can be viewed by clicking here . Equinology's courses are approved and recognized by the International Equine Body Workers Association

56. PsychOncology Program / Complementary Therapies: Acupressure
Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Michigan provides a multidisciplinary approach. This site provides upto-date information about this Center - the high quality
Complementary Therapy Program does not offer acupressure services, or classes, but recognizes the benefits of it. Therefore, the following information is provided. This service may be offered in the future. At the present time, Massage Therapy is available. Acupressure is an ancient form of massage that is one of the treatment methods used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. The goal of acupressure (as well as other Chinese Medicine treatments), is to encourage the movement of qi ("life energy") through the 14 channels (meridians) inside the body. Chinese Medicine theory states that the constant flow of qi through these channels is essential for a person to keep their health. If this energy flow is blocked, the body can no longer maintain the balance that is needed to maintain high energy and deal with health issues.
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Acupressure can be very effective in helping with nausea and vomiting after surgery or invasive medical procedures. Acupressure can also help in reducing the pain.
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57. Equine MyoTherapy
acupressure and traditional methods of massage for horse and rider by Dawn Cooper in Tennessee.

58. Acupressure: Benefits Of, Types, Techniques, Treatments
What is acupressure? acupressure is an ancient Chinese technique based on the principles of acupuncture, and involves the use of finger pressure (without the needles) on
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What is Acupressure? Acupressure is an ancient Chinese technique based on the principles of acupuncture, and involves the use of finger pressure (without the needles) on specific points along the body. Acupressure is is a way of accessing and releasing blocked or congested energy centers in the body. Chinese cultures believe the points to be junctures of meridian pathways that carry energy called chi. Western scientists have also mapped out and proven the existence of these points using electrical devices. Acupressure can help alleviate ailments such as tension, stress , aches and pains, arthritis or menstrual cramps . Acupressure can also be used for general preventative health care. What is the Purpose of Acupressure? The purpose of acupressure is to stimulate the body's own recuperative powers by stimulating the various points on the body. The stimulation removes energy blockages by diffusing the toxic build up that accumulates in the muscle tissue. The accumulation of toxins causes stiffness throughout the body. Stiffness in muscles puts abnormal pressure on nerves, and blood and lymph vessels. The pressure on blood and lymph vessels affect both skeletal systems and internal organ functioning. How is Acupressure Performed?

59. Dhyana Sanjivini - Allergies
Information on alternative treatments for allergies including aromatherapy, acupressure, reflexology, and yoga.

60. Acupressure Institute THE Acupressure School In The Bay Area
Since 1976, the acupressure Institute has offered comprehensive acupressure trainings in traditional Asian Bodywork Therapy (ABT) such as Thai Massage and Shiatsu massage to
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What is Acupressure?
Acupressure is an ancient healing art developed in Asia over 5,000 years ago, using the fingers to press key points on the surface of the skin to stimulate the body's natural self-curative abilities. When these points are pressed, they release muscular tension, and promote the circulation of blood and the body's life force energy (Qi) to promote health and healing. Using the same points as Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupressure applies a comfortable range of pressure from gentle to firm. Acupressure is well integrated with other bodywork and energywork therapies, therapeutic touch, somatic work, healing imagery, energy psychology, and massage therapy. Acupressure is safe, non-toxic, and definitely habit forming. . .
Benefits of Learning Acupressure
Self Care to relieve aches, pains, and other discomforts along with promoting greater health and wellness. Acupressure can be used as

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