Acu-Yoga 10-Minute Routine for Common Ailments & Wellness

Upper Back Press

I am writing to give you instruction on how to use three easy, but deeply healing Acu-Yoga exercises – so you can discover the benefits at home. Acu-Yoga exercises are so much more powerful for releasing blockages in your body than pressing a point here or there. Why? Because you’re using your entire body to gently stretch and stimulate multiple … Continue reading →


Sleep Better – A Guided Self-Healing e-Program

Guided Self-Healing Sleep Disorders Program

I am excited to announce that my Sleep Better Audio Program is now available as an e-program. This self-healing fully guided audio program relieves insomnia by counteracting stress in your upper back, shoulders, and neck area – and actually sends you to sleep. You can now download my voice, which guides you how to easily stimulate effective acupressure points for … Continue reading →


Tinnitus: Ringing Ear Acupressure Points for the Kidneys & Lower Back


In Traditional Chinese Medicine, ringing in the ears and 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 the ears themselves, … Continue reading →


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

Feeling Heavy or Sluggish?

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, sluggish or depressed is not who … Continue reading →


Wellness Stretches & Dietary Tips for Longevity, Long Life Exercises to Counteract Judgmental Attitudes & Stiffness (Part 2)


I am writing to give you a series of easy to do daily stretches for increasing the quality of life and a longer life, relieve stiffness, and muscular problems. Part I focused on the acupressure points within the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This Part II will provide the stretches and dietary considerations for reducing stiffness and muscular pain. In … Continue reading →