Acupressure is the application of pressure to the body to enhance the flow of energy (variously referred to as 'Ki', 'Chi' or 'Prana')
in the 12 meridians, according to the principles of Oriental medicine. It is widely practised in China where more emphasis is given
to a person's responsibility for their own health than it is in the West, and is often used as a self-help treatment.
Acupressure is believed to be the 'Mother of Acupuncture', in that it predates the use of needles to stimulate the body's energy flow.
It has the same principles as Acupuncture, but the pressure is applied directly to the Acupoints of the body mainly by using the hands,
fingers, thumbs or knuckles. Stimulation of the body's meridian system by touch is perhaps one of the oldest healing systems.
Subjects included in the Course:
Matching the Trigger Points to the symptom/ailment
Acupressure Techniques, Effleurage, Tapotment, Petrissage
Law of the Five Elements
Yin & Yang
When and when not to give an Acupressure Treatment
Students obtaining 80% average pass marks will be awarded an accredited SNHS Diploma entitling them to practise.
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Thank you very much. I have thoroughly enjoyed your Acupressure course and, as with all the subjects I am studying with SNHS,
I am impressed by the exercises you provide with each module. They are so well structured in the way that they cross-reference
various precepts to maximise comprehension, and retention of vital information. It is not easy to gauge the progress of students
at a distance, but you have found an effective way of achieving this necessary goal.
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Tutored: single payment of £295
or £95 deposit followed by 4 monthly payments of £50
Self-Study: single payment of £135
or £35 deposit followed by 4 monthly payments of £25
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