Acupressure Techniques
(also known as Chinese Massage or Tui Na)

The Acupressure techniques are effective self-helped Chinese massage methods. It stimulates the body to regulate and balance the Yin and Yang of the human body, and improve the functions of the meridians and the circulation of Qi and the blood. It is also effective in treating a wide range of disorders and chronic conditions.



The Commonly Used Techniques

Some of the main techniques that you can use are: pressing, kneading, rubbing, pushing, scrubbing, grasping, patting, rub rolling and wiping.

During the self-help process, do not worry if the technique you use is not exactly the same as those used by the practitioners. Just use the one that feels best to you.

Before we go on, do read about the precautions for acupressure therapy.

List of Acupressure therapies


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Acne

Asthma

Bed Wetting

Bronchitis

Chronic Back Pain

Chronic Headaches

Constipation

Eyestrain

Female Infertility

Impotence

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Lack of Breast Milk

Hair Loss

Heart Burn

Hemorrhoids

High Blood Pressure

Insomnia

Weight Control




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