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Energy Flow = Radiant Health

I get so many requests for specific medical problems. As you know, I am not a medical doctor. However, I believe that these amazing Acupressure points can help relieve stress, pain and much suffering.

I am excited to share with you many techniques that I use on myself daily to promote well-being and prevent numerous ailments. Each one of these self massage stimulates specific acupressure points. Each stretch opens healing energy into certain meridians and each has specific benefits to enhancing your body’s vital systems and energy flow. I am excited to share these practical methods that I developed over years of practice – so please stand by.



Coming Soon: Self-Acupressure Techniques to Practice Daily — 56 Comments

  1. Those who are not doctors spend more time on health studies and find out more with aspiration and eagerness and also spend on finding ways out for patients. This is without prejudice to good drs who find no time and energy left to do all these things due to their tight schedules.
    You can do wonders sir, thanks for your info from time to time.

  2. That would be super, Michael!! I hope there will be something to deal with the shakiness and weakness that I have all over my body due to MS and also my blurring in and out vision.


  4. Michael, thank you for your generosity in wanting to sharing this. I look forward to it so I can pass it on to family and friends.

  5. hi, may i ask you for the acupressure points and exercises to cure inguinal hernia. i suppose that the distension or protrusion of internal organs must have solution a solution even at the energetic levels. help if you can, pls.

    • Gentle touch at first, then gentle pressure on and around Sp 12 and Sp 13 with deep breathing and warm herbal compresses can be helpful. Please continue to see your doctor and use the acupressure frequently for many, many months to receive the benefits. This will take patience and perseverance furthers.

  6. Dear Michael:

    Did I miss your transmission on Touch: A starting poin in the vast world of healing?
    It says “Previous”

  7. I am looking forward to it Michael! Everything you can teach us about maintaining our health is really appreciated.

    Thanks, Jan

  8. Michael,
    I so enjoy your newsletter, have passed it on to all i know!
    Please share with us, any and all acupressure techniques for
    ringing in the ears, and deafness.
    Many, many thanks!

  9. Hi michael i am trying to order some of your books on line i live in Ireland and your site dose not have room for my full address look forward to hearing from you regards Patrick. PS do you have any schools in ireland .

  10. hello sir i am very thank full for the information u r giving through this site .i will be very grate full if u could help me out with more information as i am very much interest in learning this theraphy, so i would request u to help me out

  11. I’m looking forward to receiving this information. I’d like some advice on a problem I’m having with a patient.
    I am currently treating her for referred pain in her right leg, which first manifested in the right thigh on the Gall Bladder Meridian. Though the source was in her back. Obviously, I treated the back acupoints and to address the leg pain I used GB 31 and GB 41. The pain in the right leg certainly moved, only to manifest in the lower leg at GB 37.

    The back pain became so excruciating, that I resorted to using moxibustion along the back acupoints – something that so far I had only used on myself – and I think that, despite some lingering pain, there has been some considerable improvement as she has been able to return to work. What I’m concerned about is the lingering pain in her lower leg. Any suggestions?

    I’m a great fan of your books – they have been most helpful to me. Recently, I used one of the points you recommended (P 6) to calm a severe bout of vomiting, due to a bad reaction to prescribed medication.

    • I think you’ll be wise to take two approaches: local or work on the origin and distal points. Most likely the origin of the pain is focused on B 48 and/or GB 30. You’ll be able to tell by palpating these points for soreness or referred pain. Give the leg some gentle stretches and firm traction. Then use distal points: GB 40, 41, and pull out her little and fourth toes. Finally, and most importantly, hold both GB 20 bilaterally, for about five minutes, or until you get pulses to balance and synchronize on both sides. Finish with CV 17 and hold all her toes to end.

  12. Looking forward to Self Acupressure Techniques to practice Daily. I’ve been using the Stress Less Acupressure and Qigong exercises for the last three months. It has greatly reduced decades long shoulder pain and improved my flexability. I have also been using some acupressure points. GB 20 for instance has helped a long standing tinnitus condition. Neither my ears or my shoulders are 100% yet, but I’m still working. I should mention that I feel much more calm. I highly recommend your stress less DVDs to anyone in need of healing and who is willing to work a bit. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

    • I am thrilled to hear the results you’ve had with the Less Stress Qigong & Acupressure DVD. I know many more people within our Acupressure community who get my blog articles and have problems – could greatly benefit as well – from all kinds of ailments. You have inspired me to write more about this remarkable set of breathing exercises. I love what you wrote, thanks.

  13. I am very happy to receive ur mails I have also ordered books and cds through my link in US to get the same regards

  14. hi michael
    i always go thru your articles .its very interesting to see how simple points in your body can make such differences to your health.
    im 32 yrs in age,im suffereing from weakness in muscles in my leg.climbing stairs,getting up from a squatting position is very difficult for me. I feel like my legs are too weak to carry my body when I climb stairs.doctors say it is myopathy.Is there anything that I can do using acupressure.

    • Leg Pain & General Weakness: These Acupressure Points (GB 34 and St 36) presented in the video within my article entitled Acupressure Wellness points for Stiffness and Muscular Pain, are the most therapeutic points for your leg weakness. I am writing to encourage you to stimulate these points 4 or 5 times a day. Do the brisk rubbing until you feel the heat for 15 seconds. Then use your fist to tap or pound the points as you breathe deeply for another minute. Then again do the brisk rubbing until your skin has a little pink-ish tone. Repeat this simple routine 4 to 5 times a day for a couple of weeks, and let me know if it helps. If so, also press Lv 3 slowly and firmly for another minute. I will certainly blog about these acupressure points, so stay tuned. I hope this helps the discomfort in your feet. Please share this with others. What comes around, goes around. Let’s learn to help each other – that’s what acupressure is all about – for helping ourselves, and serving to heal others.

  15. Namaste Michael,
    I have known of your Acu-Yoga for 20 years and have your main book on the subject…but being a person practicing traditional yoga it is not until now that I am quite interested….however too many of the postures in your presentation mean torquing the knee…
    this is no longer possible for me as i am over 60 years old and was forced into having a partial meniscus removal… do you suggest approaching postures that require weight on the knee and torquing?…..if there are no substitute ways of doing this then it becomes impossible to practice this system that you have developed….

    • There are always creative variations for each person’s condition. We all have limits and limitations. Some postures you’ll have to avoid or skip due to your knees. However, there are many variations you can incorporate. Here’s one example for taking pressure off the knee. While kneeling, sitting on your heels, place a thick pillow between your buttocks and heels. This relieves pressure from the knee and is wonderful for easily sitting with a straight spine for meditation, healing work, and for practicing many yoga postures.

    • I am thrilled you see the worth in what I am offering. I’ll keep giving these informative articles and video clips for free. In my experience of working with these acupressure points, like with most spiritual paths, the deeper you go within yourself and the knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the deeper you can heal others. But if you want to learn a whole lot more, get my Self-Healing Pack or Home-Study Pack. What I am sharing with you for free is a significant taste and I’m glad you see the value in the healing knowledge I am sending out.

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