Relief at Your Fingertips

If you could use more calm and ease in your days, and restful sleep at night, may I introduce you to self-massage with acupressure?

This is a simple, natural tool you can use to care for yourself. You'll learn to massage the same powerful points on your body that an acupuncturist treats with acupuncture needles, for similar effects. You'll be pressing on the points rather than puncturing them - hence the name, "acupressure."

Have ever had that calm, "blissed-out," "zen" feeling after an acupuncture treatment? Or after a hot bath, or a run?

Here you'll learn some points on the landscape of your own body that people use to shift into that state themselves.

About this Course

 

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 exploring dreams, cooking, working on my homestead-in-process, hanging out with my family, playing music, exploring the wilderness, or sleeping and dreaming.

What You'll Learn


  • How to find acupressure points and treat them on yourself, to promote the balance that brings calm and ease
  • The basics of acupressure and how it helps balance your body and mind
  • How and when to do acupressure (and when NOT to)
  • A Core Routine of self care for anyone looking for more calm, groundedness, and restful sleep
  • Optional additional acupressure points for people who have other common symptoms, such as digestive issues, headaches, and insomnia.
[By participating in this course and using this handout, you affirm that you understand that any information and content such as text, graphics, and images found within this course is for general educational, entertainment, and informational purposes only. You understand that such information is not intended nor otherwise implied to be medical advice or a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. There is no guarantee of the accuracy nor completeness of the information and content in this course, and as a result such information does not encompass all conditions, disorders, health-related issues, or respective treatments. You understand that you should always consult your physician or other qualified healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of this information for your own situation or if you have any questions regarding a medical condition, disorder, treatment plan, or other health-related issues.]

Acupressure for People with Anxiety


  Getting Started
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  Acupressure and Anxiety
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  How to do Acupressure on Yourself
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  Core Self-Care Routine
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  Additional Points
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  Conclusion
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