Acupressure books for laypersons and TCM therapists
Here you will find books about acupressure. Probably you are interested in other available books about shiatsu and tuina or nutrition:
Acupressure is a treatment of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Here, certain points on the body are stimulated to regulate blocked or jammed energy or to bring the right balance. It has been used for more than 5000 years and helps with stress, muscle, head and back pain and can stimulate energy.
As with acupuncture, the acupressure points are on the so-called meridians, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) flows through the meridians and interconnects called the life energy Qi. If the flow is disturbed or interrupted, the acupressure can remove the blockage, allowing the qi to flow unhindered. The acupressure can be done by pushing, pushing, circling and applied by everyone. It can be massaged the entire interconnect, or even individual specific points that are displayed in the individual symptoms, akupressiert. Acupressure books show you how to perform acupressure and what symptoms you have.
Shiatsu therapy, which comes from Japanese medicine, also tries to release the energy blockade by pressure on the interconnections. Depending on the area of the body, the pressure is applied more gently or more firmly in order to block the blockage. Not only with physical discomfort, but also with restlessness, sleep disturbances and slight psychosomatic disturbances the acupressure can represent a good companion for the patient.
Tuina is one of the 5 treatment methods in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and is one of the outer methods. Like acupressure and acupuncture, she tries to keep the yin and yang in balance. It is applied to the entire body by means of pushing, pushing and tapping techniques. The difference to the classical massage with the Tuina therapy consists in the fact that no oils are used and mostly the patient remains attracted.
The EFT technique (Emotional Freedom Technique) is a very effective method to solve emotional and physical problems using knocking technique. It was developed in the 1990s in the United States. Here, certain acupuncture points are tapped in an exact sequence with the fingers and special phrases are formulated. That is why she is also seen as a kind of psychological acupressure. It can be easily learned by any patient. All methods can be used not only from specialists but also by laypersons. If you don´t press too hard you cannot damage anything. After several treatments you will feed the difference.