There's an easily accessible and helpful acupressure point for joint pain, anger, and flexibility in all areas of life. It's called Gall Bladder 34.
Acupressure points are located all over the body and act like windows to the entire energy system. By applying very gentle pressure with just the fingertips on the surface of the skin at these point locations, the whole energy system is invited to recalibrate and balance.
Gall Bladder 34 is a good point for:
-- JOINT PAIN… It releases stiffness and tightness in the joints and muscles all over the body.
-- ANGER… It dissolves old frustrations and anger that inhibits growth.
-- FLEXIBILITY... It cultivates healthy flexibility in the body, mind, heart, and spirit.
Also great for coming out of the slowness of winter and into the action of spring.
This point is called Yang Mound Spring. By applying gentle pressure to Gall Bladder 34, it’s as if we’ve stepped under or onto a spring of fresh water that simultaneously washes away the old as it rejuvenates us. With this renewed sense of vitality, we can move our body with greater ease, make decisions with agility, and take action with confidence.
Check out this video for instructions on how to locate acupressure point GB34 as well as a simple meditation to increase the potency and effectiveness of the point.
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I am an acupressurist, educator, and practitioner of complementary medicine. My background in literature, teaching, and Yoga Nidra informs my wellness practice. My approach is personalized and holistic, tailored to each individual's unique needs and goals.