It’s lovely to be with you once again on this beautiful summer evening.
Today I would like share with you a video which I put together that shares with you a quick, easy and effective tool for releasing anxiety. It’s an exercise that you can practise anytime, any place, anywhere and only takes is about 2-3 minutes to practise. It’s super easy and can be used as part of a regular daily self care and self healing routine.
The exercise that I would like to share with you is a key acupressure point used in the treatment of anxiety. I use this point daily at times when I am suffering heavily with anxiety and I find it to be very calming, balancing and grounding.
If you have never practised Acupressure before, I have included in the video a lengthy introduction for beginners, including the basics of acupressure and how to practise safely. This will provide you with all the information you need to know to enable you to practise this exercise safely.
I will talk a lot more about Acupressure over the coming months and will share lots more healing points that have become a key part of my daily self care routine.
Acupressure has been an absolute life saver for me on my healing journey and I hope that in sharing this exercise with you that it may help and support you too.
I hope, as always that my sharing has inspired you in some way.
Comment Below: As always I’d love to hear from you and would love for you to get in touch and share your thoughts and experiences on this subject and share any ways that this exercise may have helped you on your healing journey.
My love is with you as always.
Until next time, take care
DISCLAIMER: Your safety is important to me. Please practise the techniques on this blog post with care and caution. Acupressure is not for everyone. The content on this blog post is provided for general information only. It is not intended to amount to advice on which you should rely. You must obtain professional or specialist advice before taking, or refraining from, any action on the basis of the content on this blog post. Although I make reasonable efforts to update the information on this blog post, I make no representations, warranties or guarantees, whether expressed or implied, that the content on this post is accurate, complete or up to date. If you have any doubt, please consult your doctor or a qualified Acupressure practitioner and if you feel any pain, discomfort or dizziness, please do not continue until you have sought medical advice. Any health information on this post is provided for educational and informational purposes only. It is not in any way intended or implied to be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment or care. The information on this post is not intended to be taken as a replacement for medical advice. I do not accept any responsibility in connection with the use of the information in individual cases. Any practices and suggestions contained in this blog post are undertaken at the reader’s sole discretion and risk. If you have doubts about the sustainability of the advise/content, please consult a doctor beforehand.