Acupressure is a form of touch therapy that utilizes the principles of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. In acupressure, the same points on the body are used as in acupuncture, but are stimulated with finger pressure instead of with the insertion of needles. Acupressure is used to relieve a variety of symptoms and pain. One of the oldest texts of Chinese medicine is the Huang Di, The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine, which may be at least 2,000 years old. Chinese medicine has developed acupuncture, acupressure, herbal remedies, diet, exercise, lifestyle changes, and other remedies as part of its healing methods
Acupressure (a blend of "acupuncture" and "pressure") is a complementary medicine technique derived from acupuncture. In acupressure physical pressure is applied to acupuncture points by the hand, elbow, or with various devices. Traditional Chinese medicine's (TCM) acupuncture theory predates use of the scientific method, and has received various criticisms based on scientific thinking. There is no known anatomical or histological basis for the existence of acupuncture points or meridians. Acupuncturists tend to perceive TCM concepts in functional rather than structural terms, i.e. as being useful in guiding evaluation and care of patients. Neuro imaging research suggests that certain acupuncture points have distinct effects that are not otherwise predictable anatomically.
Acupressure relieves muscle pain, increase blood circulation, arthritis pain and tension caused by stress in your life.Therapy Pressure is a unique technique derived from principles of eastern medicine by combining radiant far infra red heat generated from the internal projector for moxibustion effect and applies it with massage to the vital points of the spine the technique stimulates Q1 which is the life force in our bodies. While increasing blood circulation and alleviating stress which results in improving your over all health.