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Many of the same points used in acupressure are the same points used in sports massage. Therefore, I do rely on acupressure at times and depending on the horse, may use it exclusively for session or two. However, massage is my main therapy. I do see benefit from acupressure and certainly do use some of the points, ting points,as I feel necessary. I also use acupressure points as necessary in conjunction with essential oils and/or infrasound therapy.
Acupressure is noninvasive, gentle and done with your hands. Another "hands-on" therapy. Just a very few of the effects of acupressure are: releasing endorphins to reduce pain, relieve muscle spasms, helps to balance the energy flow restoring harmony and balance. Acupressure is part of Traditional Chinese Medicine and dates back thousands of years. It involves Chi, the Life Force Energy.