acupressure acupressure


  • (n) treatment of symptoms by applying pressure with the fingers to specific pressure points on the body



  1. Traditional Chinese acupressure is not for the weak.
  2. When you sit in it, infrared sensors scan your body to detect some 350 acupressure points.
  3. The iSymphonic AV can detect its user's acupressure points, custom-tailoring each massage to the particular stresses of the day.


  • Sex trade finds a new way into the suburbs

    Health and law enforcement officials say body work therapy spas have created havens for sex trafficking and prostitution by taking advantage of a loophole created in 2006 when the state’s Division of Professional Licensure took over regulation of massage parlors. There is no licensing requirement for services such as reflexology, reiki, polarity, acupressure and several others.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Weymouth News


  • "It's not a taboo," Hussain explains, "It's only for health reasons- acupressure and all. But when it's too cold, I do wear shoes."
    on Dec 14, 2005 By: MF Husain Source: Times of India

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