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Acupressure is all about relieving the blocked energy to pass freely through the meridians, so that each organ works properly and in a healthy way.


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-    Rheumatoid Arthritis

-   Spinal Injury

-   Cancerous tumor in the area

-   Bone Disease

-   Pregnancy ( some pressure points may induce labour)

-   Varicose Veins

-   Acupressure for Depression and Anxiety

-   Acupressure for lifestyle diseases

-   Acupressure for weight loss


Acupressure was known to Indian more than 5000 years ago. Ancient Indian scripts have hints of the practice of this form of cure. However, it was not preserved in Indian and was taken to sri Lanka. From here, the therapy was taken by Buddhist monks, and nomadic Aryans to china. The Chinese refined the method of curing by using needles, thereby giving the world acupuncture. In 1970, the World Health Organization, after conducting much research, has claimed that Acupressure helps in curing more than 40major diseases.


In the early days, When people fough wars, soldiers used sharp piercing weapons like spears and arrows to kill their enemies, Soldiers who survived the realized that after the injury, their longstanding health problems somehow disappeared. This happened to many soldiers. That is when they realized that the nerves internally had a connection with the organs of the body, and when these nerves were punctured, it helped solve their health problems. While acupuncture uses needles, Acupressure uses pressure from the thumb and other paraphernalia to control health problems. It is much easier to practice acupressure, as we can active our points almost anywhere, without the use of sterile needles.


Acupressure is the science of healing the human body by applying adequate points on the body, which are called nerve endings with the help of the thumb or non-pointed items. These nerve endings are Acupressure, unlike acupuncture, is a non-invasive form of therapy that can be practiced after basic training, by anyone on himself or herself, and has practically no side-effects.

•   Lungs
•   Large intestine
•   Stomach
•   Spleen
•   Hean
•   Small intestine
•   Urinary bladder
•   Kidney
•   Pericardian (brain)
•   Triple warmer(spine)
•   Gall bladder
•   Liver
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The science of Acupressure is based on the therapy of meridians. According to the theory, our body has 14 ‘imaginary meridian’ that carry energy throughout the body. Each meridian starts with the tips of the fingers, passes their respective organs. There are six identical meridians on each side of the body while the other two – the conception vessel and the Governing Vessel run along the body’s midline, one in the front and the other in the back.

When we have a problem related to any of the organs, it means that the meridian carrying energy to those particular organs has an obstruction, that slows down the normal functioning of energy becomes normal, and the organ starts functioning properly. This is done through Acupressure. The points on the body that run along the meridian are activated, to remove the obstruction in the nerves. So that the energy can flow with regularity, and the organ can resume its normal function.