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Acupressure for Beginners

Acupressure’s effectiveness is due to activating specific spots on the body that are known as Acupressure Points. They release stiffness, stress, tension, and pain. It’s easy to learn how to use Acupressure to improve your health and well-being, so let’s get started!

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This article will give Acupressure beginners a good understanding of what Acupressure Points are from many perspectives, including how they are used, how to find them, and how to press the Points. You’ll also find information about Acupressure Point names and reference numbers and Acupressure guidelines that help you know how to begin learning Acupressure therapy.

Learning how to use the Acupressure Points will open up a whole world of health and healing for you. It literally puts the power to help yourself and others in your own hands. Pressing the Acupressure Points promotes balance and harmony, and it also just feels good!

Once you are familiar with the basics of learning Acupressure for beginners, you can explore additional material that goes into more detail about the many aspects of practicing Acupressure on the page and the Advanced Acupressure Instruction page.

Ancient Healing Work Systems

All of the ancient healing systems work with the energy flows that move throughout the body. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the body’s healing energy is called Qi or Chi. In Japan, the life force is termed Ki, and channeling the healing energy is called Reiki. Yoga practices refer to the body’s life-force as prana or pranic energy.

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These terms all relate to the same universal healing energy, which exists in our bodies and our environment and links us to all forms of life. People, plants, and animals – anything that’s alive – all have the life-force flowing in them.

The Acupressure Points are special specific spots on your body that have a high electrical conductivity at the surface of the skin, and thus conduct and channel healing energy most effectively. This is why the most potent healing energy work uses Acupressure Points.

The 12 Meridians of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Acupressure Points - Acupressure | Certified Online Training & Courses (2)The Meridians are the body’s healing energy pathways, and the Acupressure Points lie along them. Acupuncture and Acupressure charts show where these lines flow across all parts of the body.

The Acupressure Points are where the vital healing energy can get blocked on the Meridians, and where you can most effectively release the resulting tension, numbness, or pain. As healing energy moves through the Meridians, it governs blood circulation and harmonizes all functions of the body.

Within Traditional Chinese Medicine, these healing Acupressure Points are considered to be gates of the healing energy or life-force, called the Qi or Chi. Acupressure Points and Acupuncture Points have exactly the same locations, uses, and benefits.

There are over 360 traditional Acupressure Points, and most of these are found on both sides of the body, totaling over 700 Points in all. Our bodies are alive with vibrant energy. We can balance and enhance this healing energy with Acupressure.

To learn more about the Acupressure Meridians, listen to the 12 Meridian Visualizations mp3

Energy Blockages at Acupressure Points

Acupressure Points - Acupressure | Certified Online Training & Courses (3)Whether they result from stress, emotional difficulties and trauma, or injuries, energy blockages are the root of all health problems. Your energy flow affects how you feel, how you think, and how you breathe.

When the body’s life-force energy becomes blocked, various emotional imbalances and physical symptoms also result. These energy blockages occur at the Acupressure Points. Through a variety of Acupressure methods — ranging from light touch or tapping to steadily holding the points — the body’s life energy is able to flow and rebalance.

Just as negative thoughts can block your energy flow, positive thoughts can increase your healing energy. See the section called For Affirmations further down this page to learn more about combining Acupressure Points with nurturing and healing phrases.

For self-care that teaches you how to use two important Points, the Inner and Outer Gates, here is

Acupressure Guidelines for Beginners
Your Setting, Clothing and Food

To achieve the full benefit of Self-Acupressure, you should choose a comfortable, private environment that lends itself to deep relaxation. You can use Acupressure at work, however, if you can take a ten-minute break. Choose whatever position you find most comfortable – either sitting or lying down. As you press Acupressure Points in different areas, feel free to reposition your body so that your muscles can relax completely.

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For healing work, you should wear comfortable clothing. Tight collars, belts, pants, or shoes can obstruct circulation. I recommend wearing natural fiber clothing that breathes, such as cotton or wool blends. Also, it’s a good idea to keep your fingernails trimmed fairly short to prevent any discomfort or injury to the skin.

Avoid practicing Acupressure right before a big meal or on a full stomach. Wait at least an hour after eating a light meal and even longer after eating a heavy meal. Practicing a complete Acupressure routine when your stomach is full can inhibit the flow of blood and could possibly cause nausea. However, simply pressing one or two Acupressure points to relieve indigestion or hiccups is perfectly safe.

Avoid iced drinks (especially during the winter months), because extreme cold generally weakens your system and can counteract the benefits of Acupressure. After ending an Acupressure session with a period of deep relaxation, a cup of hot herbal tea would be a good choice.

Self-Acupressure Routines Timing Guidelines

Acupressure Points - Acupressure | Certified Online Training & Courses (4)For optimal results, you should perform Self-Acupressure routines daily, whether you are using them to maintain your health or to help relieve an ailment. If you are using Acupressure for the latter reason, continue using these same Points even after you’ve obtained relief. This can prevent recurrence of a symptom.

If you cannot practice every day, treating yourself to Acupressure Points two or three times a week can still be effective and enjoyable.

If you only have five or ten minutes in the middle of a busy day, it’s still better to do whatever you can to help your health. Usually, it’s better to practice this healing work for about 20 to 30 minutes to get the full benefits.

For a way to promote self-healing when you only have a few minutes, see especially the modified version (using just your fingertips) that’s mentioned under the video.

Acupressure Points - Acupressure | Certified Online Training & Courses (5)How to Find Acupressure Points

It’s easy to locate and learn the Points. You find them by referring to landmarks on your body, such as the crease between the inside of your wrist and hand, your belly button, or the middle of your breastbone. To help you, each landmark is clearly described, such as “at the bottom of the cheekbone, directly below the pupil.”

The Acupressure Points that are located near a bone structure usually lie in an indentation, or hollow, in the bone. For example, “In the center of the back of the head, in the large hollow under the base of the skull.”

Other Acupressure Points lie underneath major muscle groups. These muscular Points lie within a muscle cord, band, or knot of tension. To stimulate a Point, simply press directly on the cord or into the hollow.

You can learn how when you Discover a Mental Clearing Point

How to Hold Acupressure Points

Most often, you will be holding a Point with your middle finger, either alone or with the index and ring fingers on either side for support. Use prolonged finger pressure directly on the Point. Gradual, steady, penetrating pressure for two to three minutes is ideal.

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Each Point will feel somewhat different when you press it. Some Acupressure Points feel tense, while others are sore or achy. How much pressure to apply to any Point depends on where the Point is located and on how muscular you are.

A healing work guideline to follow is that the pressure should be firm enough so that it “hurts good” – that is, something between pleasant, firm pressure and actual pain. When you hold a Point with gradual, steady pressure, you will be able to feel that you’re meeting the tension.

Use light pressure if an Acupressure Point is very tender and sore, or if it is on a sensitive area of the body, such as the back of the knee or hollow below the ears.

It’s important to both apply and then release your finger pressure gradually, as this balanced approach promotes healing and is more effective.

Sometimes you don’t use your fingers to press the Points. For an example that uses the heels of the hands instead, check out Awaken Sexual Energy with Acupressure Arousal Points

This will introduce you to one of the many benefits of Acupressure — it can be used to enhance

To explore a more in-depth discussion of how to hold Acupressure Points, check on the page for these healing work topics:

  • Basic Acupressure Methods & Acupressure Techniques
  • How Much Pressure to Use
  • Deep Breathing Acupressure Method

Acupressure Point Names

As Acupressure evolved, each of the Points was named poetically with a Chinese character. The imagery of its name offers insight into either a Point’s benefits or location. For instance, the name Hidden Clarity refers to the mental benefit of that Acupressure Point: it clears the mind.

Shoulder’s Corner refers to the Point’s location. The Three Mile Point earned its name because it gives a person an extra three miles’ worth of energy. Runners and hikers have used this famous Point to increase stamina and endurance.

For Meditation: Some of the names of the Acupressure Points also serve as a powerful meditation tool. By pressing a Point and silently repeating its name, while you visualize its benefit and breathe deeply, you can realize the full potential power that each Point offers.

Try this: hold the Sea of Vitality Points in your lower back by putting your hands on your waist, then sliding your thumbs toward your spine and pressing them on the large muscles that run up and down alongside your spinal column.

Next, breathe deeply and visualize each breath replenishing your deep reservoir of vitality. Use the power of your mind to strengthen or help heal your lower back. Feel the energy flowing in your body.

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For Affirmations: You can create affirmations with the names of the Acupressure Points. These are powerful action statements that amplify a Point’s benefits. For example, hold the Letting Go Point on the upper, outer chest, a few inches below your collarbone, with your fingertips. Breathe deeply. Imagine yourself letting go of tension and frustration.

As you hold and breathe into this Acupressure Point, repeat a healing phrase to yourself, such as “I am now letting go of all negativity and stress. I am calm.”

To learn more about using Acupressure to address emotional issues, here are the Acupressure for Emotional Healing book and the Touching Emotions video.

Acupressure Point Reference Numbers

Acupressure Points - Acupressure | Certified Online Training & Courses (6)In addition to its name, each Point was also assigned an identification number to track its placement along the body. Acupressure Point location numbers, such as St 3 or GV 26 or GV 20, are the standard referencing system used professionally for Acupressure Training and Acupuncture, and so I use them as an additional label too.

You do not need to know or remember any of these numbers to practice the Self-Acupressure techniques you will be learning on this website.

To see how these Reference Numbers are used in a healing work routine, see Tinnitus: Acupressure Points for Ringing in the Ear

Healing Energy Work Uses Acupressure Points

Acupressure Therapycan be combined with various other health care methods and energy work, creating a more complete treatment. By transmitting Qi healing energy with Acupressure, many kinds of transformational healing work are enhanced.

Trained Acupressure practitioners find that they can easily integrate the use of Acupressure Points with other healing work modalities. For example, Acupressure works well with Chiropractic Care, Reflexology, Massage Therapy, Qi Gong, Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, Guided Imagery, Asian Bodywork Therapy, and Energy Psychology (tapping the Acupressure Points).

Learn an easy healing energy Qi Gong routine with the Less Stress: Breathing Exercises Video

Acupressure Training for Beginners

Acupressure Points - Acupressure | Certified Online Training & Courses (7)You can also take advantage of our Acupressure Online Trainings, where you’ll find clear instructional videos to help you learn over 60 major Acupressure Points — their locations, benefits, and how to use them.

To learn Self-Acupressure for relieving common ailments, go to Acupressure Self-Care Solution

For Professional Acupressure Trainings, go to the extensive online programs at Acupressure Mastery and the Acupressure Training Circle

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Learn Acupressure for Yourself & Others

Welcome to the wonderful world of healing with Acupressure! You will find that the benefits are unlimited. I encourage you to explore and experiment with the Acupressure Points you’ll find throughout this site. You can learn many ways to help yourself — and your friends and family — so you all can release energy blocks and enjoy improved health.

You can also check out the best-selling Acupressure’s Potent Points book. This basic reference for common complaints is a practical Self-Acupressure guide. It’s full of photos and drawings of the Points to make it easy to learn how to use Acupressure.


What are the risks of acupressure? ›

Side Effects and Safety of Acupressure

Some people may feel sore or have bruises at acupressure points after a session. You may also feel lightheaded for a while. Pressure should be gentle over sensitive areas, such as the face. If you're pregnant, talk to your care provider before trying acupressure.

Who should not do acupressure? ›

Although acupressure is not age-restrictive, people with high blood pressure and pregnant women should refrain from acupressure therapy. There are specific acupressure points that can cause miscarriage. Acupressure is not used to treat open wounds, scar tissue, varicose veins, or areas of inflammation or swelling.

How many times a day can you do acupressure? ›

If you hold individual acupressure points for a very long time, once a day, or even once every other day will be sufficient. If, on the other hand, the duration of the acupressure treatment is relatively short, you can then perform the acupressure three to four times daily.

How do you become an acupressure therapist? ›

How to Become an Acupressure Therapist. Many colleges and health care centers in India are offering diploma, degree, postgraduate diploma courses in Acupressure/ massage therapy. A pass in senior secondary or any other equivalent examination is the minimum eligibility for studying this course.

What is acupressure course? ›

A career in Acupressure – Acupressure is a traditional Chinese medicine therapy that involves applying pressure on specific points of the body called 'acupoints' to reduce symptoms of the body problem and recovers overall wellness. Acupressure massage therapy is performed by a trained practitioner/acupressurist.

Can acupressure cure diseases? ›

As per new findings, the therapy mainly works against diseases related to nervous system and digestive system. A four-year research by a doctor with the Chinese Acupuncture Clinic Research Center in north China's Tianjin city has concluded that acupuncture can cure 461 diseases.

Which is better acupuncture or acupressure? ›

Both treatments work similarly, but if you have a more acute condition, you may want a professional to help you. For routine complaints, though, you might want to consider first trying acupressure on yourself before considering acupuncture, since the former is the more affordable and easier form of treatment.

Who Cannot use acupuncture? ›

As with any medical treatment, there are certain contraindications for acupuncture treatments, including:
  • Drug or alcohol intoxication.
  • Use of a pacemaker.
  • A seizure disorder.
  • Bleeding disorder such as hemophilia or use of blood thinners.
  • Infections skin disorder or disease.

How long is acupressure treatment? ›

A session typically lasts about one hour. You may need several sessions for the best results. The goal of acupressure or other types of Asian bodywork is to restore health and balance to the body's channels of energy and to regulate opposing forces of yin (negative energy) and yang (positive energy).

Can you do acupressure on yourself? ›

You can do acupressure yourself, at home or work. You simply apply pressure with the fingers or another small object to the same points targeted through acupuncture.

Can I do acupressure after eating? ›


Do not do it within four hours of taking any drugs, medications, intoxicating food or drinks or medicinal herbs.

Is acupressure good for back pain? ›

For acupressure, manual pressure is applied to the points. Both methods can help reduce and manage low back pain. Acupressure can be an effective self-treatment that promotes blood circulation, releases muscle tension, and relaxes the mind and body.

How much is an acupressure session? ›

It depends. In one 2019 study, acupuncture sessions without insurance averaged $112 for initial visits and $80 for follow-ups, but they can range from $15 to $400 to start and $15 to $300 thereafter. Your geographic location, your condition, and your provider may all affect the cost.

Is acupressure legal in India? ›

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (Department of Health Research) has released an order stating that acupuncture has been recognised as an independent medical system in India (copy of the order is with The Tribune).

Do you need a license to practice acupressure in Texas? ›

Reflexology of the hands and feet only (no massage therapy performed and no advertising that uses the word 'massage' or any other word protected by our law) does not require a license in Texas.

How can I learn acupressure in India? ›

Ay. A. Diploma in Ayurvedic Acupressure (D. Ay.
Courses for Acupressure,Acupuncture,Naturopathy and Alternative Medicine Therapy in India.
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How many points are there in acupressure? ›

According to authoritative sources there are 361 points, mostly arranged in 'meridians', which can be seen on charts (The Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine 1975).

What is MD in acupuncture? ›

MD in Acupuncture is a 2-year long postgraduate course in medicine, minimum eligibility for pursuing which is any of M.B.B.S., B.D.S., D.M.S., D.H.M.S., B.H.M.S etc.

Is there any science behind acupressure? ›

Although some medical studies have suggested that acupressure may be effective at helping manage nausea and vomiting, insomnia, low back pain, migraines, constipation, among other things, such studies have been found to have a high likelihood of bias. There is no reliable evidence for the effectiveness of acupressure.

How many types of acupressure are there? ›

BI/Cun are known as acupressure units of measurement (AUM). Local Points (LP) and Distal Points (DP) are the two important acupoints, employed by acupressurists to treat the patients in routine clinical practice. Acupuncture and acupressure show different physiological effects on these points.

What is the pressure points for sleep? ›

An Mian point is placed behind your ear, 1 cm behind the middle of your ear. Placing pressure to this point for 10-20 seconds a few times can help promote better sleep. San Yin Jiao is also known as SP6. San Yin Jiao has been proven to improve sleep patterns for people with insomnia.

What is the most painful pressure point? ›

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Where is the P6 pressure point? ›

Pressure or massage at the P6 acupressure point might help relieve motion sickness. The point is found three finger-widths away from the wrist, roughly in the middle of the forearm.

Is acupressure good for anxiety? ›

Acupressure, a type of alternative medicine, may complement other treatments to ease anxiety. Several acupressure points for anxiety may offer relief, including areas on the hands and face.

Is acupressure Effective for eyesight? ›

Acupressure points around the eyes are particularly beneficial for eye-related problems. By applying pressure around these acupressure points, we can relieve pain and eye ailments by relaxing the eye muscles and increasing the flow of blood to the eye area.

Does acupressure help in weight loss? ›

Acupressure is a type of traditional Chinese medicine that's believed to have many positive health benefits, including aiding in weight loss. While the research on acupressure for weight loss is scarce, the current literature suggests that both acupressure and acupuncture may be effective weight loss interventions.

What are the benefits of acupressure? ›

“Acupressure therapy stimulates the body's circulatory, lymphatic and hormonal systems,” explains Kumar Pandey. It helps relieve stress and anxiety, improves sleep, relaxes your muscles and joints, regulates digestive issues, minimises headaches and migraines, and is also beneficial for back pains and menstrual cramps.

How do you activate a pressure point? ›

These pressure points sit in the hollow spaces on either side of the spine, just beneath the base of the skull. Activate these points by applying firm pressure with the index and middle fingers of both hands.

Where is Heart 7 acupuncture point? ›

Acupuncture point Heart (HT) 7 can be used for a wide variety of cardiovascular conditions. It is usually located at the medial end of the most distal wrist crease, on the medial aspect of the wrist.

Can acupuncture damage nerves? ›

Even a disposable needle can break. Acupuncture needles rarely break 7, but they may damage a spinal nerve root 8 , 9 or a peripheral nerve 10.

Can acupuncture go wrong? ›

While there is a risk of serious health complications such as punctured organs and damaged nerves, the overall risks of acupuncture are minimal if you are a competent, certified acupuncture professional who uses sterile needles.

Does acupuncture have side effects? ›

Acupuncture safety and regulation

When it's done by a qualified practitioner, acupuncture is generally very safe. Rarely, some people experience mild, short-term side effects such as: pain where the needles puncture the skin. bleeding or bruising where the needles puncture the skin.

What should you not do after acupressure? ›

What NOT To Do After Acupuncture
  • Don't become a busy body. In short terms, experts recommend resting after acupuncture therapy near LAX. ...
  • Don't take coffee and alcohol. ...
  • Avoid ice and cold. ...
  • This isn't the period for junk food. ...
  • Don't engage in stressful activities.
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What are 3 benefits of acupuncture? ›

Acupuncture is used mainly to relieve discomfort associated with a variety of diseases and conditions, including:
  • Chemotherapy-induced and postoperative nausea and vomiting.
  • Dental pain.
  • Fibromyalgia.
  • Headaches, including tension headaches and migraines.
  • Labor pain.
  • Lower back pain.
  • Neck pain.
  • Osteoarthritis.
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Is acupressure good for diabetes? ›

This research showed that acupressure was an effective method for reducing blood glucose and was helpful for reducing complications due to diabetes.

Is there any science behind acupressure? ›

Although some medical studies have suggested that acupressure may be effective at helping manage nausea and vomiting, insomnia, low back pain, migraines, constipation, among other things, such studies have been found to have a high likelihood of bias. There is no reliable evidence for the effectiveness of acupressure.

Can pressure points paralyze? ›

Can You Paralyze Someone Using Pressure Points? There is no way you can effectively use pressure points on a person's body to paralyze or kill them. All of that is just a myth present in folklore and popular culture, especially from China and Japan.

Is acupressure a placebo? ›

The results of several studies implied that acupuncture was only a powerful placebo; however, certain studies demonstrated that verum acupuncture had a greater effect than placebo and the mechanisms between a verum acupuncture group and a placebo/sham group were different.

Does acupressure increase height? ›

In this mudra, you have to match the tip of your middle finger with the tip of your thumb. This will increase the production of growth hormones in your body, which will make you grow taller. The third pose is for making your bones strong. Join the tip of the thumb with the ring finger in it.

What type of therapy is acupressure? ›

Acupressure was originated in ancient China. It showed superior therapeutic potential against numerous disease conditions. Acupressure is a type of acupuncture. Both acupressure and acupuncture are based on same fundamental principle of acupoints activation across the meridians.

What is the benefit of acupressure? ›

“Acupressure therapy stimulates the body's circulatory, lymphatic and hormonal systems,” explains Kumar Pandey. It helps relieve stress and anxiety, improves sleep, relaxes your muscles and joints, regulates digestive issues, minimises headaches and migraines, and is also beneficial for back pains and menstrual cramps.

Is acupressure good for back pain? ›

For acupressure, manual pressure is applied to the points. Both methods can help reduce and manage low back pain. Acupressure can be an effective self-treatment that promotes blood circulation, releases muscle tension, and relaxes the mind and body.

Where is the most painful pressure point? ›

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Which is the weak point of human body? ›

The temples located on the two sides of your head. At this position, the skull is thinner than the rest making the area more vulnerable. Under the skull in the same region, run arteries which provide the brain in blood. A severe hit can lead to excessive pressure on the brain and oxygen deprivation.

What pressure point puts you to sleep? ›

The Anmian point is found just below the ear, where the neck and jaw line connect. It should be held for 15 to 20 minutes with the index and middle finger, to bring on deep and restful sleep.

Who invented acupressure? ›

Acupressure is thought to have originated in China more than 5,000 years ago. It is based on the theories of qi (chi), which literally translates to “breath”, but figuratively refers to a life force or energetic flow within every living thing.

What does acupuncture do to the brain? ›

How does acupuncture affect the body? Acupuncture points are believed to stimulate the central nervous system. This, in turn, releases chemicals into the muscles, spinal cord, and brain. These biochemical changes may stimulate the body's natural healing abilities and promote physical and emotional well-being.

Can we grow height after 25? ›

An adult cannot increase their height after the growth plates close. However, there are plenty of ways a person can improve their posture to look taller. A person can also take preventive measures against height loss as they age.

How can a girl increase her height after 21? ›

How to Increase Height After 21
  1. Proper Exercise and Stretching – If you are wondering how to grow height after 21, exercise is one of your best bets. ...
  2. Proper Diet – ...
  3. Sleep – ...
  4. Yoga – ...
  5. Meditation – ...
  6. Sun Light Exposure – ...
  7. Supplements –
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How can a girl increase her height after 18? ›

Though height is mostly determined by your genetics, there are several steps you can take to appear taller and optimize your growth potential.
  1. Eat a balanced diet. ...
  2. Use supplements with caution. ...
  3. Get the right amount of sleep. ...
  4. Stay active. ...
  5. Practice good posture. ...
  6. Use yoga to maximize your height.
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