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Accupressure

Many people spell it as "acupressure", but the correct spelling of this word actually is "acupressure." More than half of the people spell it with two C's, though.

To help people find this site who search for "acupressure", this page mentions some of this site's titles using this other spelling.

 

Acupressure refers to a system of bodywork which uses pressure on specific points to balance an individual's energy and bring about physical improvements. Acupressure may be used in conjunction with an oil massage or exclusively as in Shiatsu, Jin Shin Do, and Reflexology.


Key Benefits

 Pain Relief - Acupressure relieves muscular tension and relaxes the nerves, producing a tremendous calming effect. Often a nurturing, healing touch can eliminate or greatly reduce pain.
Fitness & Sports -
Acupressure helps improve muscle strength and tone, and benefits sports injuries by increasing circulation and reducing pain. Acupressure is a complement to, not a substitute for medical care Regular acupressure sessions release the build-up of daily pressures and tensions, and keep the body resilient and healthy.


The Acupressure Session

 An individual acupressure session usually lasts one hour and does not require removing your clothes. During that time, an acupressurist will use a variety of techniques covering most of the body. The contact should feel balanced somewhere between pain and pleasure.


Capabilities

 Conventional and eastern medicine's studies and clinical observation have proven that Acupressure, Reiki, Jin Shin Energy Work, Essential Oils  can:

  • Build the immune System
  • Relieve muscle spasms
  • Release emotional blockages
  • Strengthen muscles, tendons, joints, and bones
  • Replenish the animals physical and emotional energy
  • Release endorphins necessary to increase energy or relieve pain
  • Balance energy to optimize the body's natural ability to heal
  • Release natural cortisone to reduce swelling and inflammation
  • Enhance mental clarity and calm required for focus in training and performance
  • Resolve injuries more readily by increasing the blood supply and removing toxins

 

This is a general description of the modality.  
Jin Shin Do
Jin Shin Do Acupressure Massage Technique

Jin Shin Do uses moderate pressure on acupuncture points to channel energy. Rather than use rhythmic pressure, as in Shiatsu, the Jin Shin Do practitioner simply holds the points, sensing the energy pulsation and allowing the release of tension. Jin Shin Do emphasizes the "Middle Way", the balance between too much and too little. The client is fully clothed to receive Jin Shin Do.

Jin Shin Do ("The Way of the Compassionate Spirit") is a unique synthesis of traditional Japanese acupressure techniques, classic Chinese acupressure theory, Reichian segmental theory, Taoist philosophy and Qigong exercises. Developed by Iona Marsaa Teeguarden, M.A., L.M.F.C.C., this sensible therapy outlines tension points associated with common physical problems and with distressing feelings like anxiety, depression, guilt and anger. It teaches points and exercises that help release physical and emotional tensions. Best of all, it helps one learn to transform, rather than repress, painful feelings — leading to a more joyful way of life and the realization of one's full potential.

Release of tension improves bodymind well­being, and learning that we can transform pain to pleasure is a psychological boost. Acupressure theory says that bodymind well­being is also influenced by energy balance in the "channels" or "meridians" ­ lines of related points through which Qi (energy) moves. JSD recipients report experiencing this "energy flow" as a pleasant "tingling" or "streaming."

Key Benefits

The primary goal of Jin Shin Do is the recipient's awareness of the movement of Qi along with the tension  and chronic holding patterns, both emotional and physical, in the body structure that block it.  The flow of Qi, or life force, promotes healing  in affected areas and a  whole-body sense of physical ease and harmony.  It has been used to relieve common conditions, including neck, shoulder and back tension/pain, joint problems, fatigue, headaches, digestive difficulties, chest and respiratory difficulties, insomnia, menstrual/menopausal difficulties, pelvic tension, and muscular and emotional stress and tension

 

 



 

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