Acupressure Release Massage stimulates the body to help cure itself.
Acupressure is defined as a 5,000 year old ancient healing art that uses pressure at key healing points and relieves energy blockages. The energy flow in your body affects everything — how you feel, how you think, and how you breathe. Did you know that it is the 3rd most popular healing treatment in the world for pain relief and healing.
Acupressure Release Massage is known for self-treatment and preventive health care in that it boosts the immune system and also…
- Releases tension throughout the body
- Increases circulation
- Reduces pain
- Can help to open you up spiritually and encourage vibrant health
Acupressure Release Massage with Dianne Adams uses soft round balls during class to stimulate the body. As these acupressure points are stimulated, muscular tension releases, circulation of blood is promoted, and the body’s life force energy is enhanced to aid in healing.
Acupressure therapy can be used to relieve pain, relieve tension in the back and spine, and promote overall health.
Acupressure’s healing touch aids in relieving pain, balancing body energy, and maintaining good health. Enabling deep relaxation and relieving stress, Acupressure Therapy strengthens resistance to disease and promotes wellness.
Relieve Back Pain and Tension
Acupressure Release Massage is very effective for relieving muscle tension in all areas of the back. There are important acupressure points located along either side of the spine and on the upper back. Acupressure Release Massage releases tightness in the lower back and muscles along the spine.
Acupressure Release Massage can help boost the immune system, eliminate toxic waste build-up in the body, stimulate the lymph nodes and improve blood circulation, along with many more benefits.
This is such a wonderful way to de-stress, relax your body and mind and best of all, have an incredible sleep.
See you on the ball…
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Acupressure Release Massage with Dianne Adams