Acupressure for Psychiatric Disorders & Epileptic Conditions
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Acupressure for Psychiatric Disorders & Epileptic Conditions

13 Potent Points
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Created by Annette Reilly
Last updated 7/2017
English
Price: $150
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Includes:
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • 13 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Apply simple hands on techniques that MAY bring relief from Psychiatric Disorders & Epileptic Conditions - IN CONJUNCTION WITH MEDICATION THAT HAS ALREADY BEEN PRESCRIBED.
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Requirements
  • No previous experience in Acupressure is necessary as full training will be provided. All you will need is a device on which you can access the course.
  • You should be able to use a PC at beginner level.
  • Can be used for self help IN CONJUNCTION with ORTHODOX MEDICINE or by a trained professional already working with patients suffering with either of these conditions.
  • PLEASE NOTE: THIS TREATMENT DOES NOT OR SHOULD NOT TAKE THE PLACE OF PRESCRIBED MEDICATION - IT IS A COMPLEMENTARY THERAPY THAT MAY PROVIDE RELIEF FROM THESE CONDITIONS IN CONJUNCTION WITH PRESCRIBED MEDICATION.
Description

Welcome to my course on Acupressure for Psychiatric Disorders & Epileptic Conditions. 

Before embarking on the course videos, please go to the Bonus Material - Downloads section and download the course manual, treatment charts & protocol which you can use as a visual aid to assist you during the video lessons.

Upon sign up each student will receive a 47 page course manual plus 13 beautifully illustrated downloadable treatment charts showing point location and benefits.

The 13 Points outlined in this course have been considered throughout history, THE MOST IMPORTANT points to work on when treating Psychiatric Disorders & Epileptic Conditions.  

Point 1:

Benefits:  Psychiatric disorders & Epileptic conditions.  This acupressure point could save a life and can be used in cases of emergency.  If someone near you fainted, collapsed from exhaustion or had a stroke and lay unconscious you can use this point to immediately activate the nervous system.  This point also helps to clear congestion and irritation in the nose due to hay fever.  It also relieves breathing difficulties caused by allergies.  Sneezing, runny nose, sinus problems and dizziness can be improved by pressing this point too.  The point is also helpful in improving concentration and reducing food cravings. 

Point 2:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders and Epileptic conditions.  Primarily employed in cases of inflammation of the throat, sore, swollen or painful throat, acute tonsillitis, laryngitis or pharyngitis, goitre and inflammation of the eyes.  Also helps to pacify the heart, calm the mind and restore consciousness in cases of fainting or coma.  It also activates the lung sinew channel and can treat pain and paralysis or spasticity of the arm following a stroke.  Rebalances the entire lung meridian pathway and any physical symptoms associated with the lungs.  Also defuses any feelings of sadness or grief in the system. 

Point 3:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders or Epileptic conditions.  One of the most important points to use to stop bleeding anywhere in the body.  Can also be used for dizziness, vertigo, fainting, loss of consciousness, depression and insomnia.  Rebalances the entire spleen meridian pathway and any physical symptoms associated with the spleen.  Also defuses any feelings of anxiety, envy or disapproval in the system.  Great points for boosting self confidence and helping someone to be more considerate of their true feelings.

Point 4:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders or Epileptic conditions.  Effective in regulating energy and blood, cooling the heart, opening the chest and calming the mind.  Harmonises the stomach.  Defuses pain and tightness of the chest, angina pectoris, palpitations, fever, gastric pain, nausea, vomiting, gastritis, epilepsy, depression, emotional upset, anxiety and panic attacks.  Activating these points helps to relieve the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome and other wrist problems such as stiffness, arthritis/rheumatism, swelling and minor strains.

Point 5:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders and Epileptic conditions.  This point is also a powerful point for calming the mind.  The points can be used to treat headache, stiffness of the neck, redness of the face, dizziness, tinnitus, facial paralysis, stroke, convulsions, fever, chills, nose bleed, inflammation and pain of the eyes, palpitations, depression, fright, irritability and insomnia.  Also useful for sciatica, lumbar pain, stiffness and pain of the neck and stiffness or swelling of the ankle.

Point 6:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders and Epileptic conditions.   This point is a very important point for many disorders of the head, brain and spine.  Useful for stroke, paralysis, numbness of the head and body, flaccidity or deviation of the tongue, high blood pressure, vertigo, blurred or diminished vision, mental confusion, restlessness, agitation, insomnia, depression, suicidal tendencies and insanity.  Activating this point reduces stress, eyestrain, irritation and fatigue.  It also helps to relieve headaches, neck stiffness and nasal congestion while enhancing mental clarity. 

Point 7:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders and Epileptic conditions.  Clenching or grinding of the teeth, tension headache, migraine, toothache, swelling of the cheeks, swelling and inflammation of the gums, deviation of the mouth, facial pain or paralysis and trigeminal neuralgia.  Relieves jaw pain and spasms, TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) problems, lockjaw and toothaches.  Also helps with mouth deviation, facial oedema and tones facial muscles.

Point 8:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders and Epileptic conditions.  This is an effective point to treat disorders of the region including facial paralysis, deviation of the mouth, facial pain, trigeminal neuralgia, swelling of the face and disorders of the gums, salivary glands and teeth.  Furthermore, it clears and brightens the eyes.  It is also an important beauty point that helps to improve appearance.  Useful in releasing tension from the entire chin area and cheeks.  Also used to clear heat from the face and treat acne, distended capillaries and red blotchy skin.

Point 9:

Benefits:  Psychiatric disorders and Epileptic conditions.  This point rebalances the heart and calms the mind.  Helps to restore consciousness.  Relieves excessive sweating,  fever, convulsions, nose bleed, ulceration of the mouth and tongue, swelling of the throat, halitosis, excessive thirst, nausea, gastritis, abdominal pain and hardness, blood in the stools, depression, mental agitation, delirium, palpitations, irregular heart beat and chest pain.

Point 10:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders and Epileptic conditions.  This point has been employed to treat epilepsy, depression and insanity.  Also used widely for disorders of the nose.  It’s functions include reducing swelling, stopping bleeding and clearing the head and face.  Nasal obstruction or discharge, rhinitis, sinusitis, loss of sense of smell, headache, dizziness, diminishing vision, eye pain and swelling or redness of the face.  

Point 11:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders and Epileptic conditions.  Although this is not a common point used in clinic due to its intimate location, it is considered very important for many reasons.  One being that it joins the Central and Governing Vessel meridians and therefore balances the flow of yin and yang energy throughout the entire body.  Used to calm the mind, clear the sense organs and restore consciousness.  Traditionally used to resuscitate from drowning.

Point 12:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders and Epileptic conditions.  This is one of the most important points you can use for disorders of the elbow and forearm.  Relieves all types of fever, pain and stiffness of the shoulder, tennis elbow, aching body, headache, inflamed or itchy eyes, nasal congestion, pain and swelling of the throat, earache, toothache, goitre, cough, asthma, upper respiratory tract infections or allergies, abdominal distension and pain, nausea, vomiting, jaundice, hepatitis, liver diseases, diarrhoea, gastroenteritis, urinary tract infections, itching in general, swelling and oedema, high blood pressure, facial paralysis and dizziness.  Psychologically this point helps in cases of depression, restlessness and irritability.

Point 13:

Benefits: Psychiatric disorders and Epileptic conditions.  Clears heat and reduces swelling.  Benefits the tongue.

Some common benefits you can expect from an Acupressure Treatment include:

·         Relief from stress & tension

·         A more relaxed body & mind

·         Increased blood circulation

·         A faster removal of toxic waste

·         An increase in energy levels

·         Relief from head, neck, shoulder & back ache and

·         An overall sense of well-being

So why not sign up today and see how quickly the positive effects of Acupressure can bring improvement to your life?















Who is the target audience?
  • Can be used by students of ALL LEVELS for SELF HELP - IN CONJUNCTION WITH PRESCRIBED MEDICATION.
  • For health care professionals already working with patients suffering from either of these conditions.
  • For Advanced Acupressure Therapists already holding an International Qualification in this area.
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Curriculum For This Course
29 Lectures
01:03:50
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Introduction
2 Lectures 05:01
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What is Acupressure?
4 Lectures 05:34

How to Apply Pressure to Acupressure Points
01:32

Self Acupressure
01:21

Key Points to Remember
01:04
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What are Meridians?
5 Lectures 05:54
What are Meridians?
01:27

The Role of the Meridians
01:40


Key Points to Remember
01:10

Essentials Before Getting Started
00:52
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Treatment Protocol - Psychiatric Disorders & Epileptic Conditions
14 Lectures 41:01
How to Begin and End an Acupressure Treatment
00:57

Point 1
03:04

Point 2
03:05

Point 3
03:05

Point 4
03:05

Point 5
03:05

Point 6
03:05

Point 7
03:05

Point 8
03:05

Point 9
03:05


Point 11
03:05

Point 12
03:05

Point 13
03:05
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Bonus Material - Downloads
1 Lecture 00:00
Bonus Material - Downloads
00:00
About the Instructor
Annette Reilly
4.5 Average rating
125 Reviews
1,224 Students
17 Courses
Kinesiologist & Acupressure Expert

After several years of intensive study in many different disciplines I found that the alternative therapy that was producing the fastest, most profound and long lasting results among my clients was Kinesiology so I decided to specialise.  The particular branch of Kinesiology I work in is known as Neuroenergetic Kinesiology or NEK.

The majority of my training in this discipline was completed in Northern Ireland with Ms. Orla Brady, Roslea and further training then in Steyr, Austria with Hugo Tobar Founder of NEK.  At present the Neuroenergetic Kinesiology Institute has 6 International colleges around the world with colleges in Australia, Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands the United States and Ireland.  In September 2010 I took over the role of Principal of The Irish College of Neuroenergetic Kinesiology and continued in this role until 2015.  

Having served as Secretary of The Kinesiology Association of Ireland for almost 2 years I was delighted when on March 7th 2015 I was voted in as the new Chairperson.

A past student of the Institute of Health Sciences, I gained expertise in many different subjects such as Chemistry, Biochemistry & Nutrition, Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, Pathophysiology and Pharmacology to name but a few.  This experience alongside my passion for Kinesiology, Acupressure, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Nutrition  has led me on to write a number of different courses on Acupressure and Nutrition for Health and Well-being.  In August 2015 I also gained international recognition for these courses with IICT, The International Institute for Complementary Therapists.