Theresa Girolami – Acupressure-The Timeless Art of Self-Healing
The ancient art of Acupressure originated in the Far East and has evolved over many centuries. It is now actively practiced around the world and is recognized as a highly effective and natural way to relieve pain and stimulate healing. Acupressure focuses on the essence of energy flowing through our bodies and the amazing results achieved by stimulating points along seemingly invisible meridian lines. Similar to Acupuncture but without the needles and you are able to work on yourself!
Research studies and practitioners from around the world have found Acupressure to be effective at alleviating or improving a wide variety of health conditions, including: headache, sinus problems, back pain, toothache, PMS, stress, sexual enjoyment, appetite control, facelift, and many more!
Acupressure: The Timeless Art of Self-Healing is led by Theresa Girolami. She has taught Acupressure for over twenty-two years and is the founder of the Sage House Wellness & Learning Center in Maryland.
With original music by noted composer and recording artist, Alexander, Acupressure: The Timeless Art of Self Healing is an extraordinary production that provides the fascinating history of Acupressure, a bonus Acupressure Chart, as well as the step-by-step instructions and demonstrations to help you make this easy-to-learn natural art an important and effective part of your life.
Acupressure: The Timeless Art of Self-Healing instructs participants on the basics of acupressure history, practice, and applicability. This 65-minute informational video tackles headaches, cramps, and sinus problems with the “Timeless Art of Self-Healing.” Issues such as appetite control, sexual enjoyment, and stress are addressed through the same practice. Instructor Teresa Girolami teaches students about the 14 distinct chi (energy), which carry meridians, or pathways, that lead to specific points with in the body and govern vital organ and tissue health. Acupressure concentrates on the flow of chi throughout the body and aids in its redirection. Girolami warns that chi can be repressed or flow through the wrong meridians, causing pain or illness. In addition to chi, acupressure functions around the elements of wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. These components are the building blocks of the body and help to balance the yin (female) and yang (male) forces of each person. Relaxation increases through the use of this video; however, some participants may be wary of a program that boasts an at-home facelift through “touch therapy.” Although the practicality may be lacking for some westernized viewers, this video has the potential to create increased body awareness for anyone willing to try a non-invasive approach to healing