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Each of the 12 meridian channels has a Luo Connecting Point that links the interior - exterior related pairs of yin and yang channels in order. The Luo Connecting points establish a system for qi and blood to be circulated throughout the entire body to nourish all tissues and the Zang-Fu organs. The term ‘zang’ refers to the organs considered to be yin in nature – Lung, Pericardium, Heart, Spleen, Liver and Kidney - while ‘fu’ refers to the yang organs – Large Intestine, Triple Heater, Small Intestine, Stomach, Gall Bladder and Bladder.
These Luo Connecting Points provide a network or web that interlaces all parts of the body, emanating outwards or sideways, from the main or primary meridian channels. This web lets one primary channel reach through to its partner. This web or network is at two different levels, superficial and deep. The superficial network is seen in the small veins that appear during disease or after trauma, showing inflammation or blockage. This level lies just under the skin. The deeper part is where chronic disease may end up, stuck in the 'Blood level' deep in the body. This Blood level is not so much at a depth measurable in inches or centimeters but in terms of seriousness, i.e. more difficult to cure.
Some common benefits you can expect from an Acupressure Treatment include:
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This lecture will give students a good understanding of what this course is about.
This lecture outlines the bonus material the students will receive once they sign up to take this course.
This lecture explains all about Acupressure Therapy, where it was developed and some of its many benefits.
This lecture explains how to apply pressure to Acupressure Points and the different levels of pressure you can use at a point.
This lecture highlights key points to remember to help you achieve the full benefits of Acupressure.
This lecture explains what Meridians are and how they were named.
This lecture explains the Role of the Meridians.
This lecture explains all about the Meridian Clock and the different times of day associated with each Meridian.
This lecture covers important Key Points you need to remember when working with Meridians.
This lecture explains all about the Luo Connecting Points.
This lecture outlines the relationships between the Zang-Fu Organs.
This lecture explains the different ways the Luo Connecting Points can be used.
This lecture outlines the symptoms associated with each of the Connecting Channels.
This lecture shows the Luo Point Locations.
This lecture outlines how to begin and end an Acupressure Treatment.
This lecture outlines how to perform the 1st part of the treatment.
This lecture outlines how to perform the 2nd part of the treatment.
This lecture outlines how to perform the 3rd part of the treatment.
This lecture outlines how to perform the 4th part of the treatment.
This lecture outlines how to perform the 5th part of the treatment.
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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.