Master Diploma in Acupressure TherapyAcupressure Health Care System
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The origin of acupressure is as very old as the natural impulse to hold one is forehead or temple when he goes through from headache. Everyone at 1 time or another has use his or her hand impulsively to hold tense or painful place on the body.
Acupressures continue to be the most efficient methods for self-treatment of tensions and other related ailment by using the power & sensitivity of the human hands.
The major advantages of acupressure healing touch is that it is secure on others, even if it is never done before offered the instruction are followed & caution are kept in mind. There is noside effect from drug & the fundamental equipments needed for it are individual own two hand. Thus acupressure therapies can be practiced anywhere and any time. Those who opt for regular program get 6 moths to complete the course and the divisions of the months are: for two months daily for 2-2:30 hrs practical & theory and for 4 month self practice.
This program other than regular course can we done by correspondence or through Internet and the student opt either of these mode have 2 months to complete the course and the students of these get the study materials from the institute. The student that enroll themselves for the internet program student can clarify the problem through the e-mail and they also receive there course material in there e-mail.
The advantages of the program are student who have completed the program can open their own centre for alternative therapies. Student can work in any naturopathy hospitals or alternatives treatment therapy clinics. Student who done good something in this field get awards ultimately.
1. History, Philosophy and Principle of Alternative therapies.
2. Advance Reflexology, which includes Foot, Hand and Spine.
3. Yin -Yang Concepts
4. Meridian logy 14 Channel
5. Common Knowledge of Magnets, Su-jok, Pyramid Therapy, Common food Therapy.
6. Uses of Acupressure Instrument.
7. Diseases and Treatment techniques
8. Anatomy With Reference to Acupressure.