Cold Prevention & Immune Boosting Points (TW 15, SI 14)

When a cold is about to come on, there is a slight aching feeling in your shoulders.  This is when Acupressure can come to the rescue effectively. There are points located on the shoulders, just above the tip of your shoulder blades. Firm pressure on points TW 15 and SI 14 (demonstrated in the video clip below) are great for … Continue reading →


Immune Boosting Acupressure for the Flu Season (K 27)

During the Flu Season, everyone should know how to boost your immune system using acupressure; its safe and all you need is your hands. In this blog article I will show you three natural methods for immune boosting: 1) How to press acupressure point K 27, 2) A great set of Immune Boosting Breathing Exercises on DVD and 3) Books … Continue reading →


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 →


Acupressure Point CV 17 for Relieving Stress, Calming Anxiety, Deepening your Breath, and Healing your Heart Emotionally


I know Valentine’s Day is meant to share love, however so many people are faced with tremendous stress, unhealed hurt from relationships, and personal strife. All these pressures around us affect the collective consciousness that needs healing. How do you really feel about stresses in your personal life and in the world?  Most people numb their pain or are stuck … Continue reading →


Master Acupressure Points – K 27 for Back Pain, Stress Relief, Deep Breathing – a point everyone should know

K 27 Master Acupressure Points

Everyone should know that according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) acupressure point K 27 on your chest is an effective point for relieving throat, chest, and back pain. K 27 also opens your ability to breathe deeply, which is key to releasing endorphins, the neuro-chemicals that relieve pain. Since it’s such a versatile, accessible point, I used it in my … Continue reading →