Thursday, March 1, 2012

Acupressure, Martial Art Acupressure - Lucknow - Community Activities - Hazratganj

Acupressure, Martial Art Acupressure - Lucknow - Community Activities - Hazratganj


Martial Art Acupressure is a healing art that uses the fingers to press key points on the surface of the skin to stimulate the body's natural self-curative abilities. When these points are pressed, they release muscular tension and promote the circulation of blood and the body's life force to aid healing.

What is the different between Martial Art Acupressure & Acupuncture ?

The word Acupuncture comes from Latin and means to pierce the skin with a needle, the Chinese focused more attention on Acupuncture. Acupuncture employs needles, while Martial Art Acupressure uses the gentle but firm pressure of hands on vital points (and even feet).

Foremost among the advantages of Martial Art Acupressure is that, there are no side effects from drugs, because there are no drugs.

My clinical experiences over the past Twenty-one years have shown me that Martial Art Acupressure can be effective in helping relieves of the followings:-

1. Asthma, 14. Migraine,

2. Arthritis, 15. Muscle Aches,

3. Bronchitis, 16. Obesity,

4. Back pain, 17. Paralysis,

5. Body-Pain, 18. Rheumatism,

6. Cerebral-Palsy, 19. Sinus,

7. Chest-pain, 20. Spondylities,

8. Diabetes, 21. Shoulder Pain,

9. Eyestrain, 22. Sciatica,

10. Headaches, 23. Slip-disc

11. Hypertension. 24. Thyroid

12. Knee-pain, 25. Tension due to stress,

13. Muscular Dystrophy,

“ Martial Art Acupressure “. Medical Science believes that, there is no cure for Joint Pain, Migraine, Spondylities, Slip-disc., Hypertension, Muscular Dystrophy, Arthritis, Knee Pain and Paralysis, but several diseases that cannot be treated by “Medical Science” have been successfully treated and cured by “Martial Art Acupressure”

Further, there is no side effects because there are no drugs in used.

Visits: for more details.

Gm. Jimmy R. Jagtiani, 8th Dan

Specialist in Physical Therapist & Acupressure.

Founder & Father of Taekwondo in India

First Indian Gm. Inductee in Taekwondo hall of Fame, USA

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