179-When Acupressure Meets Essential Oils

179-When Acupressure Meets Essential Oils

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While the idea of letting another person poke you all over with needles may make some squeamish, acupressure delivers many of the same benefits without turning you into a pin cushion. Merina Ty-Kisera, author and Oriental Medicine practitioner, has been passionate about health and healing for as long as she can remember. Merina’s practice, Merina Wellness, specializes in releasing the root cause of stress, increasing stress tolerance, and helping patients move through the psychosocial/emotional issues underlying their symptoms. Ty-Kisera trained in Aroma AcuPoint Therapy and from that study developed her own version of acupressure with essential oils for her patients.  

Tune in to discover what happens when you combine the healing powers of essential oils with the ancient healing technique of acupressure. Merina shares some of her favorite combinations for everyday wellness. Try it for yourself!  

In this Episode You’ll Discover:

  • The difference between acupressure and acupuncture (7:35) 

  • The “tiger’s mouth” pressure point (used with lavender essential oil) for toothaches, sinus issues, and headaches (9:35) 

  • The use of essential oils instead of Chinese herbs in acupressure practice (11:45) 

  • The “spirit gate” pressure point, (used with bergamot on the tips of the pinky fingers) for balancing both sides of the brain and triggering the parasympathetic nervous system (13:30) 

  • The “cloud gate” and “gate of hope” pressure points (used with rosemary essential oil) for inspiration and hope (19:50) 

  • About Acupressure with Essential Oils by Merina Ty-Kisera (25:10) 


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Recipes Mentioned in this Episode: 

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Uplifting balance

From: Rachel Izzo

IG handle: @izzoilylove

Ingredients:

 In a 10ml glass rollerball vial, add the following: 

  • 5 drops bergamot 

  • 5 drops ylang ylang 

  • 5 drops grapefruit 

  • 5 drops geranium.  

Top with sweet almond oil. 

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