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Acupuncture & Acupressure Books


Acupressure’s Potent Points’ by Michael Reed GachNew Window

A fantastic guide to self-care for common ailments, this book shows how to use the basic techniques of acupressure to activate the body's natural healing processes, and suggests treatment for headaches, arthritis, colds and flu, insomnia, backaches, hiccups, leg pain, and depression. It has received many accolades, for example: ‘I have used this book for over a week and my complexion has improved dramatically.’; ‘This book helps you feel better fast.’; ‘I opened this book to the page on carpal tunnel syndrome and within 5 minutes of doing one simple exercise, my hand felt better than it had in 4 years!’; ‘This book has provided me with exercises and self-treatments that allow me to continue pursuing the active lifestyle I enjoy.’


Healing with Pressure Point Therapy’ by Jack ForemNew Window

Jack Forem is a highly trained expert in this field and it shows in this book. It is beautifully written and includes a clear summary of the basics of Chinese medicine, plus a well-illustrated guide to acupressure, shiatsu, reflexology, marma therapy, acu-yoga, trigger-point therapy, massage and pressure point therapy, covering almost any disease you can think of.


Colour Atlas of Acupuncture’ by Hans-Ulrich Hecker, E Peuker, A Steveling, et alNew Window

This is a great book for anyone studying or wishing to learn more about acupuncture, especially as it includes trigger points. It is easy to follow and is illustrated using colour photographs and drawings.

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