Discover the benefits at home by combining the Lyapko Applicators and Yoga. Which we call Acu-Yoga exercises. This is much more powerful for releasing blockages in your body than pressing a point here or there. You can use your entire body to gently stretch and stimulate multiple points while taking in the life force through breathing deeply.
Blocked acupressure points in the upper back, shoulders and neck can create numerous health problems – including hypertension, stiff neck, chronic fatigue, back problems, fibromyalgia, insomnia, circulatory problems, and be a cause of thyroid imbalances.
Using Lyapko Applicator like Universal Roller help release tension in these areas and can enable healing energy to flow through your thyroid gland and rebalance it. Together with Yoga exercises press acupressure points that benefit the kidneys and boost immune system by awakening the body’s self-curative abilities.
There are now well over 10,000 people in our acupressure blog community. Hundreds of you have multiple health problems. Others are simply interested in healing work, and are open to healing techniques that can enable you to live a better life. Still others, have clients that are in tremendous need. I am excited to urge all of you to practice these three acupressure deep breathing exercises twice a day for at least a week or two, to obtain your own personal healing experiences.
1. For Lower Back Pain: Use a Acupressure Mat Big Pad to lay down. Bring your knees to your chest. Inhale as your knees come out and exhale as you use your arm muscles to bring your knees into your chest. Continue for a couple minutes, doing the exercise with deep breathing.
2. For Upper Back Pain: Lie comfortably on your back with Acupressure Mat Big Pad , with your legs bent, the bottoms of your feet flat on the floor, and your hands by your sides. Inhale, bringing your arms up and wrap your arms around you, giving yourself a big hug as you arch your pelvis upwards. Close your eyes and breathe deeply as you slowly rock your upper body from side to side – feeling the pressure between your shoulder blades. Explore which position presses the knots between your shoulder blades that “hurt good”. Hold that position, and breathe deeply into the pressure. Then slowly rock onto another spot and continue to breathe deeply. After a minute or two, lower your body down, and let yourself deeply relax for a couple minutes with your eyes closed.
3. Neck Press: Clasp your hands together behind your neck. Slowly pull your head upward, using your arm muscles. The heels of the palms should be firmly pressing the sides of your neck. Bring your elbows close together, as your head comes forward to stretch the back of your neck. Breathe slowly, and deeply in this position for a minute or two.
4. Deeply Relax on your back with your eyes closed for at least 10 minutes. If you can, take a nap to obtain the maximum healing benefits. Using Acupressure Mat Big Pad you will feel the sensation at your back and you will feel more relax and the needle do their works.
To be effective – practice this routine twice daily for a week or two. Be sure to deeply relax for at least 5 to 10 minutes immediately after the exercises. Make this a healing practice for yourself, then inspire your clients and friends to do it.