Acupressure Course in Delhi

Acupressure is about using natural pressure to relieve pain and stress, promote health and wellness. According to the traditional Chinese medicine acupressure helps correct functional imbalances of the life energy called qi and rectify its flow restoring the body’s balance. Acupressure is an effective stimulation therapy that is used to relax your body. If you use this method of therapy to treat certain elements regularly then it can actually prevent the recurrence of the symptoms. There are energy meridians or pathways that run along in your body. These medians are interconnected therefore applying pressure on these specific points will help treat organs or places located on any part of your body. What acupressure does is that it eases all the congested energy centers and allows the free flow of energy providing positive results for the mind body and soul. Acupressure treatment widely focuses on the hands and feet because all the nerves interconnected in the body end at the palm and the feet. The goal of acupressure treatment is to restore health and balance of the body. You use manual pressure in the treatment of acupressure. The acupressure treatment also helps in treating immune system deficiencies. 

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Some Common Acupressure Points Are:

Feng Chi

Feng chi is also known as the wind pool or gall bladder 20. This point is located at the back of your neck at the base of your skull. It helps in relieving headache, migraine, eye blurriness or fatigue, low energy and cold symptoms. 

Jian Jing 

The Jian Jing is also known as gall bladder 21. This point is located on the shoulder. This point is commonly used for treating problems like pain, neck stiffness, shoulder tension, and headaches. 

He Gu

He Gu is also known as large intestine 4 (LI4). This point is on the upper side of your hand where the thumb and index finger meet. This point helps in relieving stress, facial pain, headaches, toothaches and neck pain.

Tai Chong

Tai Chong is also known as liver 3 (LV3). This point is located between the big toe and the second toe, just two inches above the joining. It is commonly used for relieving stress, lower back pain, high blood pressure, menstrual cramps, limb pain, insomnia and anxiety. 

Nei Guan

Nei Guan is also known as pericardium 6 (p6). This point is located three finger widths below the wrist on the inner forearm. This point helps relieve nausea, upset stomach, motion sickness, carpel tunnel syndrome, and headaches. 

Zhong Zhu

Zhong Zhu is also known as triple energizer 3 (TE3). This point is located in the groove that is formed between the fourth and the fifth fingers just below the knuckles of your left hand. This point is commonly used in the treatment of temporal headaches, shoulder and neck tension, and upper back pain. 

San Yin Jiao

San Yin Jiao is also known as spleen 6 (Sp6). This point is located just four finger space above the ankle on the inner side of the leg. You will apply pressure just below the tibia bone. Do not apply pressure when you are pregnant as this point may induce labor. This point is used for treating urological disorders, pelvic disorders, insomnia and menstrual cramps.

Zu San Li

Zu San Li is also known as the stomach 36 (ST 36) point. This point is located four finger space below the knee cap. This point is commonly used for treating gastrointestinal discomfort, nausea, vomiting, stress and fatigue.   

It is the alternative form of medicine that is done by focusing on the 12 meridians or the energy pathways on your body. Acupressure treatment theory is completely based on the flow of vital energy throughout your body. The Chinese medicine believes that emotions and the state of mind play a vital role in influencing the disease and illness in our body just as the environment plays a role in contributing to the illness. While the western medicine does not include the mind in the treatment and only focuses on the physical and chemical equations of the body, Chinese medicine tells that even the mind is needed to be taken into consideration along with the physical aspect of medicine to give a wholesome treatment of mind, body and soul. You can apply acupressure on yourself it is that easy to learn and apply.

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