Your body knows what it needs to do to heal.

Acupressure simply supports it in doing that.

Your body is designed to repair itself after an illness, injury, or traumatic event.

It may need help (e.g., medication, therapy, etc.) if its self-healing capacity is overwhelmed, but the thing that helps is not actually the thing that heals. Your body takes care of the healing on its own.

When a physical or emotional issue seems stuck in your system, your body may need help rebalancing the energy flows that keep things functioning well. Acupressure is a gentle, non-invasive way to do that.

Acupressure is a component of Chinese medicine in which pressure is applied to stimulate specific points on the body using either fingers or a device.

Stimulating these points helps balance your body’s physiological energy to promote self-healing and relieve physical or emotional symptoms.

Imbalances in the way the energy moves through your body can interfere with health and well-being.

These imbalances can show up in any number of ways. Some common symptoms include pain, muscle tension, fatigue, digestive disturbances, sleep problems, lack of focus, inability to relax, and difficulty letting go.

Acupressure is a gentle way to rebalance and reorient your body-mind to support its self-healing and self-regulating abilities.

Stimulation of acupressure points has been found to have a calming affect on the nervous system.

Studies also indicate that acupressure is effective with issues such as pain, fatigue, side effects of cancer treatments, and anxiety.

Acupressure is an excellent complement to conventional medical or psychological care. It can be especially helpful when you have a range of symptoms that, when viewed together, don’t make sense from a Western medicine point of view.

Questions? Let’s talk!

If you’re curious about acupressure but still have questions, I’m happy to talk to you about concerns you may have. Schedule a free consultation to find out if working together might be right for you. No pressure, no obligations, no strings attached.