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How to Use Pressure Points for Neck, Back, & Shoulder Pain 

Watch the video to discover how I use pressure points on the arms with various movements to get added benefits. 

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I've regularly seen a chiropractor for years to get relief from my pain. Though I have been happy with the results I get from him, this class has helped me to reduce the number of treatments I need. Billie M.

 

These pressure points and exercises  really work! I like how easy it is to use these methods. I spend a lot of time at the office desk and these techniques keep the stiffness and pain away. Laurie K.

I was surprised that I get as much relief as I do. When I get shoulder pain it can easily turn into a headache. This class has helped with both my shoulders and headaches. I use the points twice a day and that keeps me good. Simon L. 

How Acupressure Works on Myofascial Lines and Meridians

A common question people ask is, how does acupressure or acupuncture work for neck, back, and shoulder pain. This can best be explained with images.

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In the above image we see the muscles of the Superficial Front Arm Line (SFAL). The lung meridian and acupressure points are also shown. When we press on points on the arms it can have effects on various back muscles like you see in red. As shown in the video above, when you stretch this arm line it can also benefit the back. 

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The image above shows the Superficial Back Arm Line and the various muscles on it. There are many points on the hands and arms that are good for neck, back, and shoulder pain. In my class I show how to use over 12 points on the hands and arms to get fast relief. I also discuss how these muscle lines relate to points and posture.

Course Curriculum and Contents
  • Introduction

  • Basic Neck Movements

  • Points on the Forearm, Superficial Front Arm Line (SFAL), and Lung Meridian

  • Posture and Alignment

  • Shoulder Shrugs, Rolls, & Movements for Forward Head Shift

  • Points on the Palm for Neck Pain and Headaches

  • The SFAL and Lung Meridian Stretches

  • Yoga Poses, Table Top, and More

  • Points on the Superficial Back Arm Line (SBAL)

  • Points on the Elbow for Shoulder and Neck Pain

  • Points on the Hand & How to Use an Electro Pen

  • Finger Points

  • How to Get Results with LI 4

  • The Deep Back Arm Line (DBAL), SI Meridian, and Hand Points

  • DBAL Movements and Stretches

  • Points and Regions on the Superficial Back Line (SBL)

  • Achilles Tendon Points

  • The Achilles Points and the Yoga Pose Down Dog

  • Self-Massage and Calf Points

  • Table Top and Calf Points

  • 7 Tiger Points, Shoulder Pain and the Scapular Points 

  • +++ Many More Videos and Teachings

  • The class includes over 20 videos showing exactly how to find pressure points and the regions where they are located.

  • Also included are in-depth explanations about how to best stimulate each point using pressure, movements, stretches, and electro acu-pens. 

  • You will learn over 30 points on your arms, hands, legs, and feet.

  • Basics of posture are covered so that you can better understand how the points work, how to move your body, and how to maintain good spinal health.

  • The course has been developed over many years with feedback from patients, doctors, physical therapists, yoga teachers, and acupuncturists. 

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Who This Class is For

 

This class is made for anyone that struggles with neck, shoulder, and upper back pain. It is suitable for all kinds of people. Laypeople with no experience in health and wellness can easily access the information to get fast and effective results. Professionals such as massage therapists and yoga teachers will also get a lot of value and benefits as they will learn more about anatomy, acupressure, and how pressure points relate to structure and alignment. Even nurses and various kinds of doctors can benefit from the class by learning how to prescribe the use of movement and pressure points to their patients. Whether you are a layperson with no experience in health related matters, or a health care professional, you will be able to easily access the information for yourself, family, friends, and clients.  

***Please note: As many massage therapists are interested in this course, it should be noted that many of the points and methods taught in this class can be used in a massage therapy practice. With that said, the class focuses on point locations, point functions, anatomy, and how to use these points on one's self. Self-massage techniques are taught in addition to how to use electro-acupens, stretches, and movements to best stimulate different point groups. This class does not cover or demonstrate how to use these points on clients; however, it is easy for most massage therapists to take this knowledge and apply it in their practice. This class forms the foundation for learning to work with pressure points and acupressure, and future classes may be developed that demonstrate how to use them specifically on massage clients.

 

Who This Class is Not For

This class is not for people who are unwilling to put a little time and attention on their health. This is not a "magic bullet" or "quick fix" even though many of the pressure points and exercises can produce fast results. To get the full benefits of the course you will need to learn about various point groups, movements, and stretches to find the ones that are most useful for your unique needs. The information is presented in a way that is easy to learn and the techniques taught are very practical.

If you have a serious condition like numerous cervical herniations, stenosis, or anterolisthesis (forward slip of a vertebrae) it will be more challenging to get results. However, the material presented can also be effective for these disorders but it should be integrated with regular care from your doctors.

 

What it Takes to Get Results From the Course   

To get results you will need to spend some time to learn about your body, posture, and pressure points. It will also be necessary to try the different movements, yoga poses, and simple exercises. This is not hard to learn, but it might take some time to find what points and movements work best for your needs. You can expect to get great results when you use the information in the class. 

 

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FAQ 

Do pressure points really work?

Pressure points have a scientific basis and work in a similar way to massage. They can help to increase blood circulation, release trigger points, soothe the nerves, benefit the muscles and fascia, and even help to release emotions. Because they work in all of these ways they can have profound benefits for many kinds of pain.

How many points do I need to learn or use to get pain relief?

This varies from person to person, some people will find that using one or two groups of points will get them great results. Others will find that it works best when the pressure points are combined with some of the movements. 

Since there are many reasons for neck pain, no one pressure point or movement will work for everyone. However, we recognize the many causes of neck pain and have built in methods that address the various kinds of problems. 

I have very severe pain, will this really work for me?

Pain is a complex problem and I have personally helped thousands of people for over 25 years of professional practice with acupuncture, massage, yoga, and movement therapies. When the teachings are used regularly and in conjunction with your doctor visits, relief for even severe pain can be achieved.

Will this fix / correct my problem?

If your pain is due to postural imbalance, excessive stress, or muscle tension the teachings from the course can correct many kinds of pain patterns. This question brings up an important topic about different kinds of care.

I've tried many other things such as....(medications, surgery, massage, physical therapy, or acupuncture) but the pain keeps returning. How can I be certain this will work for me?

Since I offer a 7 day money back guarantee there is no risk to try the program for a week. With health related conditions, it is hard to say with certainty how each person will respond. I have taught these methods to many people with many different kinds of problems. In developing this course I have kept in mind all the reasons that people suffer from neck, shoulder, and upper back pain.  The techniques work for a wide variety of painful disorders. The material in the class is not meant to replace care you are currently receiving. For some people it will be essential to continue to work with your doctors. However, you can also supplement these teaching with whatever your doctors prescribe.  

What is Symptomatic Care, Corrective Care, and Maintenance Care?

Symptomatic care is a form of treatment that works on the level of stopping symptoms, but it does not address the underlying problem. For instance, pain relievers can stop pain, but they don't correct postural problems or help to release trigger points. 

Corrective care aims at correcting the underlying problem. If you have neck pain due hunched shoulders and excessive strain in your neck and upper back, corrective care will address the postural conditions to make corrections in your posture and reduce the muscle strain. In many regards, corrective care is superior to symptomatic care because it aims to fix the problem from where it starts.

The teachings in the class can provide both symptomatic and corrective care. Some points are very effective for quickly stopping pain but don't necessarily adjust the head, neck, or shoulders in a way that corrects the root condition. Other points, exercises, and movements in the class work on the level of correcting the cause by increasing circulation, releasing trigger points, decompressing the neck, and more. 

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