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Acupressure with Essential Oils: A Self-Care Guide to Enhance Your Health and Lift Your Spirit--Includes 24 Common Conditions (Paperback)
Discover the healing power of essential oils paired with ancient acupressure techniques in this engaging guide to whole-body care
Merina Ty-Kisera, an experienced healer and Five Element acupuncturist, introduces readers to her Aroma Acupressure method for selfcare—applying the healing properties of essential oils to pressure points that cue energetic changes to balance the body and mind. This guide empowers readers to reclaim their health with tips, routines, and strategies that support everything from relieving chronic tension, to coping with digestive ailments to treating cold and flu symptoms. Readers will rediscover an integrated sense of health and well-being.
About the Author
Merina Ty-Kisera has an MBA in international business from National University as well as a master of science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from South Baylo University. She's a certified Five Element acupuncturist specializing in stress and the psycho-social/emotional issues underlying disease. She's also a certified essential oil coach. Her commitment to mind-body health comes out of a childhood disability from developmental dysplasia. She has a full time classical Five Element acupuncture practice Asheville, North Carolina. Ty-Kisera trained with a teacher of Aroma AcuPoint Therapy over the last three years and from that study developed Aroma Acupressure (the Breathe, Point, Heal method). She teaches the Breathe, Point, Heal, Aroma Acupressure technique in the local community and is developing online classes.
“Ty-Kisera brilliantly marries the magic of acupressure and the profound properties of essential oils to achieve a deeper level of harmony and balance to body, mind, and spirit. She is a sensitive and highly gifted practitioner who will be celebrated for this breakthrough.” —DIANA WENTWORTH, New York Times best-selling author of ten award-winning books and the coauthor of two Chicken Soup for the Soul titles
"I have had the privilege of being Merina Ty-Kisera's acupuncture patient and have found her use of essential oils to be unique and supportive of the healing process. This book opens possibilities for many people to enjoy the benefits of Chinese medicine in a safe and pleasurable way.” —LAVINIA PLONKA, Feldenkrais practitioner and author of What Are You Afraid Of?