My aim is to make Acupressure and its benefits accessible to you. To do this, I am giving you many links below – to make it easy to learn more about Acupressure, and discover its benefits through an Introduction to Acupressure.

Acupressure stimulates the body’s self-curative abilities using a system of healing acupressure points; it releases tension, increases circulation, reduces pain, heightens spirituality and vibrant health. Acupressure therapy can be used to relieve back pain, detoxify your body, fortify your sexual energy, and cultivate wellness.

I love how acupressure can be empowering to take your health into our own hands. You can do it anytime, anywhere. My aim is to make it accessible to learn. With this in mind, I want to introduce you to my new e-Intro to Acupressure.

Introduction to Acupressure’s 24 workbook pages & 66 illustrations cover:

Here’s some of the illustrations from the workbook:

Learn to do an Acupressure Facial

Learn Shiatsu to release tension

Foot Reflexology Chart included

Discover central acupressure points

Explore energy gateway points

I recommend this useful, instructional Acupressure e-booklet to learn specific therapeutic Acupressure points, ways to stimulate them, and self-acupressure methods to discover the benefits.

I am making the The Introduction to Acupressure instructional e-booklet available for only $5.95. No shipping costs! Here’s the link to order it now

May you learn and benefit from using this acupressure workbook. . . .

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Introduction to Acupressure: Points, Methods & Self-Acupressure — 23 Comments

  1. Hi Michael,
    I am interested in buying your e-book. However I am wondering about the clarity of the illustrations and the font size. Are both very clear? Also, can I take a good quality printout of it?

    Thanks.
    Anindita

    • Excellent questions! The photos and type are much, much clearer in the e-booklet – I just reviewed them again and they are clear and scroll nicely. I believe that this download of the Introduction to Acupressure is printable as a PDF if you have Adobe Reader which most computers have. I hope you learn a lot from this instructional workbook to enhance your ability to do healing enery work.

  2. Hi Michael,

    Thank you for the information that you have here and in your books! I was wondering if you had any advice and points for optic neuritis? I’ve had it in my left eye for about 6 years, and while I’m used to it, I’d also rather not have it as it causes eyeaches sometimes.

    Thanks,
    Jen

    • Use the acupressure points around your eyes to increase the circulation locally, and also hold GB 20, under the base of the skull, holding this acupressure point for at least 3 minutes, several times a day as you take long deep breathes. Consciously tell your eyes to deeply relax.

  3. Wow, Michael. It was a great day in my life years ago when I met you. I now have your first book (Its pages are worn with much use) and several others. I use acupressure a lot for myself and for my students. I’m ordering the workbook. I’m sure it’s fabulous! Thanks for producing it at such a reasonable cost.
    May you live long and prosper.
    Namaste,
    Kaycheri

  4. Hi Michael,
    Your timing could not be more perfect. I am in the process of completing a sound healing certification class and have just ordered OHM tuning forks to work with sound and acupressure points (on 2 and 4 leggeds actually).:) This overview will be a beautiful accompaniment to my learning process. Thanks so much for all of your wonderful guidance.
    Blessings,
    Maureen

  5. Thanks Michael,

    I immediately downloaded your e-booklet.
    Great e-Intro and great value ($6 is truly nominal.)

    I started studying self-acupressure about 5 years ago.
    Today, every day, I go through every point (over 400 wouldn’t you say?)
    It’s a fantastic way to tune up every body system every day.
    Of course, it takes about an hour (after a huge learning curve). But I do break it down:
    Evening (between 7 pm and midnight): P/T.B./G.B. & Liv–maybe LU and shoulder work.
    Early morning (between 3 and 9 am): LU/L.I./ST & SP
    Mid day (9 am): HE/S.I./BL & KI

    Then I start teaching taiji to seniors.
    This is where your booklet will help.
    Last week a student broke her 2d toe, so sit and work on ST (your booklet: Here’s how.)
    This morning a student had a crick in his neck (your booklet: Here’s how.)

    Handy, simple applications. They don’t need to spend 5 years and thousands of dollars on heavy text books.

    Bob
    Post Falls, Idaho

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  6. Hi Michael, I have another question. I have multiple sclerosis. Is there mention of acupressure points in your ebook that would help me manage the various debilitating symptoms of MS?

    Many thanks.

  7. Hi Michael, thank you so much for making this booklet that I did not have available as an e-book. Your explanations and information is very useful for me and my students. Your teachings and books are beyond for me that is very difficult to describe the benefits and success to my practice. Thank you again.

    • Sharing Acupressure & Breathing Exercises with Children:
      Yes, I believe that this 24 page e-book contains many techniques and methods you can practice and do with this little boy. Set limits with eating foods containing sugar and salt. Your interaction in making it fun and special for him is key to the success. It will also take patience and perseverance. Enjoy being creative and playful with him. Use the word “special” in making positive affirmations with him – doing things with him in a special way, creating special time for him, and giving him special touches because he does good listening and trying. Opening the energy flow in his body with acupressure points and techniques will do the rest.

  8. Dear Sir, I’m Ashraful alam from Bangladesh; a kidney patient. Now i’m on dialysis 2 season in a weak ( 4 h. per season). Urine output is so poor.Bp is always 160/100 to 250/140.
    Sir, I love the beautiful Earth & want to live in here much time. I’m only son of my parents my was late.
    Do realized the present situation of my family?!
    Dear Sir, do u help me? how can i remove & quite well. pls……………………………….. .

    • Life is sacred. I believe that you need medical care in addition to my prayers and acupressure suggestions. Please work on your lower back by rubbing it vigorously to create a heat, for 2 to 3 minutes – at least 5 times a day. Also use these acupressure points: http://www.acupressure.com/blog/?p=1310 Blessings to you.

  9. Hi Michael, I am AVN (stage III) pateirnt.Doctors advised me for THR. By the grace of God, my condition is much better without having any surgery. Sometimes its difficult to walk or move and have some pain on my hip, but almost I am fine. Do you have any advice for me ?

  10. Hello Dr. Michael,
    Its been a year since I started practicing acuressure (reflexology), and since then have been following your blogs.
    Its indeed a great service. May God bless you with the best of health and everything in life.

    Dr. Michael, i have a question.
    I have a colleague of mine, who has frozen shoulder, thanks to his posting in Leh Ladakh areas in Kashmir, India. He can hardly move and lift his right shoulder. By giving him treatment on the shoulder point in the hand, the pain has almost reduced, however theres only about 20% improvement in his shoulder movements.
    Can you please guide me on the treatment for this case.

    Regards
    Sree

    • Shoulder Pain Point: The most effective acupressure point for shoulder pain is SI 10. I think you have to know details how to press it, the correct ankle for the pressure, which requires seeing a demonstration. I will try to make this for you in a special blog on shoulder pain and range of motion.

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