Our Online Aroma Acu-Therapy™ Courses
Village Healer Certification
This series of 3 courses is for anyone who is interested in caring for friends and family in the community using natural Chinese medicine effectively. It is perfect for:
- Essential Oils Enthusiasts
- Holistic Healers
How to Start Learning Aroma Acu-Therapy™ Today for Free! 3 Easy Steps!
- A great way to start learning about using acupressure as an effective healing tool is to learn Chinese medical theory here; this helps you choose the correct acupressure points
- Next, learn about the different patterns of disease according to traditional Chinese medicine here
- Finally learn how to locate specific acupressure points correctly here
Why Do I Need to Understand Chinese Medicine to Practice Aroma Acu-Therapy™?
When you see online that there is a magical acu-point for headaches, sciatica, or back pain one might get the impression that using acupressure is as simple as finding one acupressure protocols and voilà! Sometimes this works, but usually it leads to inconsistent results at best. This is because there are many causes of a headache, back pain, or most any health condition; you would choose the acupressure points by recognizing the pattern of imbalance according to Chinese medicine. This way, you are choosing the correct acupressure point that will work every time! While it does take time to master acupressure, it is a tool that will benefit you and those you care for throughout your life once you obtain this knowledge. Get started learning acupressure today!
Chinese medicine is no longer considered fringe alternative medicine; it is being incorporated in to hospitals and medical clinics throughout the U.S. Integrated healthcare is a rapidly growing field with providers desperate to find alternatives for opioid and addictive painkillers. This is a smart career choice at just the right time!
What Diseases and Maladies Can I Treat Using Aroma Acupressure?
Like acupuncture, Aroma Acu-Therapy™ can be used to address the underlying causes of any pattern of disease or pain syndrome. Some Chinese medicine practitioners call acupressure the original acupuncture as needles are a modern invention relative to a system of medicine that has been practices for thousands of years. Using pressure, essential oils, herbs, moxibustion, gems, magnets, and Qigong therapy on acu-points has been practiced throughout the vast history of Chinese medicine. In reality, acupressure has many advantages over acupuncture and acupressure can prove to be as effective, if not more effective than acupuncture because it is readily available at any time by anybody.
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