Gut Healing Support at Your Fingertips

In this 90-minute workshop, you'll learn

  • my top 5 self-massage acupressure points for gut healing
  • exactly how to find and treat those points on yourself
  • and the mental and emotional aspects of gut healing - according to Chinese Medicine wisdom

in the spirit of lovingkindness toward ourselves and our healing.

The final 15 minutes of this workshop was devoted to live Q&A. We covered a lot! Any questions you personally have, you're welcome to post in the Comments section and I'll get right back to you.

You'll walk away with a self-care routine you can use regularly to support your healing progress, AND knowledge of the points you can use for quick relief.

This self-acupressure routine is a tool to support you if you're dealing with

  • digestive problems
  • issues with bowel function
  • other health concerns that could be gut-related (like asthma, eczema, or autoimmune disease)

or you're on a gut healing journey for any reason.

Diet changes, nutritional supplements, and herbs can go a long way. Self-acupressure (just like acupuncture) brings in an angle that those other things can't.

This works directly with your body's ability to regulate and repair. It's a completely natural, at-your-fingertips, cost-free (and plastic-free...) tool that I'm confident you'll love learning.

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"...the points show me where the problem is..."

"It's so cool how the points show me where the problem is. I had no idea these different spots were sore depending whether it's my stomach or intestines or dampness or stress. I feel like I learned to understand things my body has probably been saying forever."

Michelle S., Boise, ID

"...the missing piece..."

"I've been avoiding the foods that mess with my guts for years now. So my symptoms were less, but I didn't feel like I was getting stronger. Learning about the emotions, especially worry was huge. Learning to massage Stomach 36 has made a huge difference. I feel like this was the missing piece."

Dana B., Burlington, VT

"...calming, too..."

"My favorite part was learning about the Earth and Wood elements. I was surprised how calming the self-massage is, too. I love how grounded Leilani is, and her teaching is very clear."

Y.S., Atlanta, GA

Hi, I'm Leilani.

and I would love to help you feel better. Giving you a natural, empowering tool to find relief and stay well - that's one of my favorite things to do.

I'm a Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist in the high mountain desert of southern Utah. Every day, I help people with my own hands (and needles), AND by teaching them to support their own well-being. I help people understand how to heal through food, practice therapeutic exercise, dive deep into their dreams, and use self-massage with acupressure.

As an acupuncturist, I can (and frequently do) put needles in myself. But even for me, acupressure is much more straightforward to work into my day.

I can do it for 1 minute, or 20 minutes.

All I need is my hands.

I turn to acupressure every day, whether to ease a headache, relieve allergy symptoms, or simply prepare for restful sleep.

When I'm not doing acupuncture or acupressure on myself or someone else, I'm usually playing music, working on my homestead-in-process, hanging out with my family, or exploring the wilderness.

This is a simple, natural tool used to relieve symptoms AND support healing.

Acupressure works by stimulating the same points that needles treat during an acupuncture session.

Pressing these points can

  • promote healing and repair,
  • optimize internal functions,
  • relieve pain,
  • and balance emotions.

And it's such a delicious way to give yourself loving support and relief.

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